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Elul 19, 5775 / Thursday, September 03, 2015

IDF Rescues US Jews Who Were Attacked in Arab Hevron

Five men were in a car that strayed into Arab Hevron and were attacked by a mob with firebombs. Two suffered moderate to light injuries.
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Inside Israel, 6:47 PM

Netanyahu, Finance Ministry Reduce VAT

Israel's sales tax to drop by 1% for consumers and 1.5% for companies. PM: 'We chose to return the money to you, the citizens of Israel.'
(Photo:Nati Shohat/Flash 90)
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Inside Israel, 6:52 PM

City Hit By Infiltrator Flood Asks 'Why Us?'

Infiltrators freed from detention reach Petach Tikva after being told to stay away from Tel Aviv and Eilat.
(Photo: Tomer Neuberg, Flash 90)
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Middle East, 7:27 PM

Iran, Too, Expects Heated Debate over Nuclear Deal

Iranian parliament speaker Ali Larijani believes Tehran's debate could equal - or top - the showdown expected in Congress.
(Photo: Reuters)
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US & Canada, 6:58 PM

Report: Noble Energy Threatens Legal Action Against Israel

US energy firm threatens to go to arbitration after gas deal stalls. Economy Minister Aryeh Deri could be central to the conflict.
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10 Questions on the Iran Deal

As Obama moves towards victory, how much do you know about the nuclear deal with Iran?
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