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Tammuz 14, 5775 / Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Rouhani: We'll Resume Nuclear Work if West Not Committed to Deal

Iran's President threatens that his country would resume its halted nuclear work if world powers go back on a proposed final deal.
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Defense/Security, 3:45 AM

IDF to Beef Up Presence in Judea and Samaria

IDF to send a Nahal battalion to take part in routine security operations in Judea and Samaria, in the wake of latest terror wave.
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Defense/Security, 11:42 PM

Binyamin Residents Call for New Community at Site of Attack

Hundreds gather at a protest rally in the spot where Malachi Moshe Rosenfeld was murdered by a terrorist.
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US & Canada, 10:42 PM

Obama: I'll Walk Away from a Bad Deal

'There's still some hard negotiations left to take place,' says US president, after talks are extended to July 7.
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Europe, 1:15 AM

British Groups Plan Mohammed Cartoon Exhibit in London

Two British groups to hold exhibition featuring cartoons of Muslim prophet in central London.
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Two Moshiachs? What? Why?

Why are there two Moshiachs, and why must one die in battle as the Talmud seems to indicate?
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