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Shevat 8, 5775 / Wednesday, January 28, 2015

After Killing 2 IDF Soldiers, Hezbollah Calls for Calm

Hezbollah sent a message Wednesday night that it was not seeking to increase tensions with Israel.
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Global Agenda, 10:14 PM

UN Security Council Calls Emergency Meeting Over Lebanon

UNIFIL to hold hearing on antitank missile attack on Israeli soil amid fears of an impending war.
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Inside Israel, 10:09 PM

Poll: Yisrael Beytenu Barely Passes Threshold, Yishai Edging In

Latest election poll shows surprising break for Eli Yishai, strengthening Right even as Labor still sits on top.
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News from America, 10:00 PM

US Stands By Israel with Hezbollah Response

Washington expresses support for Israel's 'legitimate right to self-defense' after Hezbollah missile attack kills two soldiers.
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Global Agenda, 9:38 PM

'Terrorism Does Not Distinguish Between Blood'

President Reuven Rivlin, speaking at UNGA, says that the 'mission of today' is preventing Holocaust-level genocide from Islamists.
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PM Vows: Hezbollah, Iran Will 'Pay a Price' for Soldiers' Deaths

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said that those responsible for the deaths of two IDF soldiers would “pay the price for their actions."
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