News Briefs

Elul 21, 5775 / Saturday, September 05, 2015

Whistler-Blower Vanunu Wants to Join Wife in Norway

Mordechai Vanunu says in television interview he wants permission to leave Israel in order to join his new wife in Norway.
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US & Canada, 8:50 PM

Top Democrat to Oppose Iran Nuclear Deal

Senator Ben Cardin, the top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, officially announces he will oppose the Iran deal.
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Middle East, 1:20 AM

Saudi King Meets Obama, Reiterates Concern Over Iran Deal

King Salman of Saudi Arabia meets Obama in Washington, his first visit to the United States since assuming the throne.
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US & Canada, 12:19 AM

PBS Anchor Reprimanded Over Anti-Netanyahu Tweet

PBS ombudsman says Gwen Ifill's "Take that, Bibi" tweet was inexcusable.
(Photo:  Avi Ohayon/GPO/Flash 90)
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Europe, 9:24 PM

Cardiff Cancels Israeli Soccer Exhibit Due to BDS Pressure

Fearing being seen as 'politically biased,' city council removes exhibit on soccer, diversity. Envoys: Wales threatened by 'thugs.'
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What Does Google Think of the Jews?

Google promises to fix anti-Semitic bug, but several questionable results linger.
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Music & Entertainment

Rabbi Nachman's 'Breslov Movie' Comes to Tel Aviv Director hopes 'Stories of Rebbe Nachman' will take Israel's white city by storm - and help him come full circle.

Focus on the Jewish Family‏

Breaking the Procrastination CycleThis Rosh Hashanah, choose life and move beyond the four zones of procrastination.



History in Pictures

Why Was a Nazi Flag Flying from a Jerusalem Hotel in the 1930s?Jaffa Gate was once too small for carriages and boasted a restaurant that later turned into a hotel down the road.


Haifa Team Takes Pride in New Intel Breakthrough Intel announced a new family of Israel developed microprocessors that it says will double the performance of computers.