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Tammuz 18, 5775 / Sunday, July 05, 2015

Senior Police Officer Commits Suicide

Former National Fraud Unit chief Lt. Commander Ephraim Bracha takes his own life after his name was implicated in Pinto corruption case.
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Global Agenda, 11:48 AM

Israeli Embassy Worker Suspected of Planting Bomb

Uruguay police detain Israeli embassy security worker for planting 'incomplete' bomb outside embassy's office building on June 17.
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Inside Israel, 12:00 PM

Police Keeping Jews from Entering Temple Mount

Temple Institute officials say Jordanian government pressure, Arab incitement keeping Jews off Mount on holy fast.
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Inside Israel, 11:12 AM

Poll: Most Israelis Against Anti-Israel Protests on Campus

Nearly 3/4 of the student population opposes the ubiquitous 'Nakba Day' and other anti-Israel protests, even in the name of free thought.
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Defense/Security, 10:52 AM

Third Exploded Rocket Found in Eshkol Region

Rocket found exploded in open area on Saturday believed to have been part of barrage fired by ISIS affiliate Sinai Province in Egypt.
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Europe

Greece's Future in the People's Hands as Polls Open

Crucial EU budget bailout program on the line could determine the country's future governance - and membership in the Eurozone.
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Music & Entertainment

Watch: Moving Concert in Memory of the 'King of Cantors' 90 cantors and 90 musicians fill Jerusalem's Mount of Olives with beautiful music in honor of Yossele Rosenblatt.

Focus on the Jewish Family‏

School's Out! Make Sure Your Child isn't At Risk How a simple talk can stop your child falling prey to addiction, sexual abuse.

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Teriyaki-Style ChickenAuthentic ingredients (no ketchup allowed!) make this one tasty meal.

History in Pictures

Mystery Picture: A Fountain Found and a Windmill DisappearsOne would think the Turks had Photoshop from comparing the pictures in this article.

Technology

Not Sci-Fi: Israeli Tech Making Your World 'One Big Touchscreen' It looks like something out of a science fiction movie - but thanks to Israeli technology 'The Bird' could soon change our reality.