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Sivan 10, 5775 / Thursday, May 28, 2015

UN Seeks to Put IDF on its Blacklist

UN's Children and Armed Conflict group says IDF should be added to blacklist for deaths of Palestinian children during Protective Edge.
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Middle East, 6:46 AM

Terrorist: We'll Continue Until Our Entire Land is Liberated

Terrorist who was freed in the Shalit deal urges Palestinians to continue fighting.
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Inside Israel, 7:45 AM

Hazan Lashes Out at Hotovely in Twitter Feud

Likud MKs resort to Twitter battle over remarks allegedly made during faction discussion on overhauling party primaries.
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Global Agenda, 8:09 AM

FIFA Scandal May Delay Vote to Ban Israel from League

With FIFA in turmoil, a meeting to discuss the PA's demand that Israel be banned from international soccer may be postponed.
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Inside Israel, 8:35 AM

Port Strike: 'Israel Loses By the Hour,' Says Official

Port workers in Haifa and Ashdod will continue strike on Thursday despite court order to return to work.
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Middle East

Graham Promises 'Violent Pushback' to Protect Israel from UN

Republican presidential candidate says he will hold back funds to the UN if it tries to impose a peace agreement on Israel.
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Too Late for Moses: New Israeli App for Stutterers Haifa-based startup has picked up a handful of innovation awards and has sparked interest from around the globe.