Kislev 18, 5776 / Monday, November 30, 2015

Ex-US intel chief: We were 'dumb' to let ISIS chief go

Former DIA head and Iraq intel director says US was 'too dumb' when it caught ISIS head in 2004 and classified him as 'harmless.'
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Inside Israel, 2:45 PM

Labor MK: Magal is gone, Hazan is next

Police investigators pay visit to Walla news desk, query employees on MK Magal, who is resigning.
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Inside Israel, 2:15 PM

Five years on, revisiting the Carmel Fire; what have we learned?

Many people are still not aware of the damage of throwing a cigarette out the window, or forgetting to properly smother a campfire.
(Photo: Kobi Gideon/Flash 90)
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Global Agenda, 2:54 PM

Turkey refuses to apologize to Russia

Turkish PM rules out any apology to shooting down Russian fighter jet at Syrian border, asks Russia to reconsider sanctions.
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Global Agenda, 1:19 PM

Putin snubs Erdogan meet at Paris conference

After Erdogan calls for talks at sidelines of climate conference to soothe tensions, Russian President shoots down the idea.
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Inside Israel

Arabs sentenced for plot to murder Jews on Temple Mount

Three Jerusalem terrorists handed paltry jail time for plan to abduct and slaughter Jews at their holiest site.
(Photo:Muath Al Khatib/Flash 90)
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