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Elul 19, 5775 / Thursday, September 03, 2015

IAF Attacks Hamas Military Compound in Gaza

Israeli aircraft attack a military compound belonging to Hamas from which shots were fired at two homes in the south.
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US & Canada, 1:15 AM

White House 'Encouraged' by Support for Iran Deal

White House welcomes support in the Senate for Iran agreement, says it will keep working with lawmakers to more backing.
(Photo:Reuters)
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Defense/Security, 11:16 PM

Watch: How Israeli Special Forces Protect Vital Natural Gas Rigs

Elite naval forces, unmanned vessels and drones; Israel's natural gas assets face many threats, but the IDF is more than up to the task.
(Photo:IDF Spokespersons Division)
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Inside Israel, 11:42 PM

Knesset Approves First Reading of 2015-2016 Budget

Knesset approves first reading of the Budget Law for 2015-2016. Opposition angry due to absence of PM and Finance Minister.
(Photo:Miriam Alster/Flash 90)
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Inside Israel, 9:02 PM

After 30 Years: Mordechai Vanunu Speaks

In first interview since conviction for leaking information on Israel's nuclear plan, Vanunu tells of his dramatic capture by Mossad.
(Photo:Yossi Zamir/Flash 90)
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Middle East

Iran Army Commander: We'll Keep Arming Until Israel Overthrown

Senior Revolutionary Guards general says Iranian forces would continue to 'bolster' until Israel 'overthrown,' replaced with 'Palestine.'
(Photo: Reuters)
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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.