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Elul 14, 5775 / Saturday, August 29, 2015

Edelstein: When Someone Says He Wants to Kill Us, We Believe Him

Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Iran: 'I believe someone when he says he wants to destroy me.'
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Inside Israel, 8:18 PM

New Police Chief Slams Media 'Fairy Tales' of Alleged Corruption

New police commissioner denies reports of a 2-year-long FBI investigation against him for corruption.
(Photo:Photo BY Moshe Milner FLASH90 /GPO)
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Inside Israel, 9:43 PM

19-Year-Old Man Drowns in Binyamin Region Reservoir

Paramedics and doctors unable to save young man after he loses consciousness in reservoir near Ahiye.
(Photo:Israel news photo: Flash 90)
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US & Canada, 8:53 PM

Top Republican Congressman: Iran Deal Makes World 'Less Safe'

House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce warns deal gifts Tehran 'cash bonanza,' strategic boost, paves way to nuclear bomb.
(Photo:Reuters)
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Middle East, 9:32 PM

Thousands of Protesters Declare Lebanese Government 'Stinks'

Protests against trash collection in Lebanon grow into anti-government rallies.
(Photo:Andrey Zyk/Thinkstock )
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Global Agenda

Bangkok Police Arrest Suspect over Deadly Bombing

Man found in possession of bomb-making equipment of 'similar or same type' as those used in August 17 attack; reports say he is Turkish.
(Photo: Reuters)
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Iran Won't Allow Barenboim to Perform in TehranIran's Ministry of Culture reportedly says it will not allow Israeli-Argentinian conductor Daniel Barenboim into the country.

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History in Pictures

Previously Unknown Photos Taken from 1867 to 1910sA Major 19th Century Photo Collection Rescued and Digitized by the British Library's Endangered Archives Program.

Technology

Israeli 'Bionic Organs-on-a-Chip' to End Animal TestingIsraeli-German joint research on liver-on-chip with nanotechnology may spell end of animal experiments - it already disproves Tylenol myths.