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Tishrei 22, 5776 / Monday, October 05, 2015

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Defense/Security, 8:57 PM

Netanyahu: Israel 'Fighting to the Death' Against Terror

Netanyahu instructs security forces to up the ante with regards to the fight against terrorism in the wake of latest wave of attacks.
(Photo:Kobi Gideon/GPO)
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Defense/Security, 11:26 PM

Gaza Rocket Hits Eshkol Region

Terrorists from Gaza fire two rockets at southern Israel, of which one lands on Gazan side. No injuries reported.
(Photo:Flash 90)
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Europe, 12:16 AM

BBC Admits Headline on Attack Was Wrong, Won't Apologize

BBC admits its initial headline on Saturday’s stabbing attack in Jerusalem did not accurately reflect the attack, stops short of apology.
(Photo: Screenshot)
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Middle East, 7:40 PM

Jordanian MP's Son Joins ISIS, Carries Out Suicide Attack

Jordanian parliament member says his son joined ISIS and carried out a suicide attack in Iraq.
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Middle East

Assad: I Won't Hesitate to Step Down if That's the Solution

A change of tone? Syrian President tells Iranian TV he won't rule out stepping down if the situation requires.
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