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Sivan 11, 5775 / Friday, May 29, 2015

Report: Netanyahu Offered Lapid the Foreign Ministry

Unnamed sources tell Channel 2 that PM Netanyahu offered Yair Lapid to join his coalition and become Foreign Minister.
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Global Agenda, 4:44 AM

Report: Israel Won't be in UN Report on Children's Rights

Diplomats claim Israel pressured UN chief to keep it off list of states responsible for violating children's rights in armed conflicts.
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Middle East, 3:43 AM

Herzog Speaks Out Against Banning Israel from FIFA

"Boycotting Israel would be a red penalty card for FIFA," says opposition chairman who says he supports Netanyahu on this issue.
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US & Canada, 1:13 AM

Former New York Governor Pataki Announces Presidential Bid

George Pataki joins a growing list of candidates seeking the Republican nomination for President.
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Jewish World, 12:12 AM

Dozens of Synagogue Members' Homes Damaged in Houston Flood

Local and nationwide Jewish organizations are raising funds for the flood-bashed Jewish community of Houston.
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Reality Check: Is the Torah Fitting to Us?

Torah Tidbits audio for parashat Naso, with many questions, and even more answers.
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