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Tammuz 20, 5775 / Tuesday, July 07, 2015

Iran Nuclear Talks Postponed Yet Again

Deadline moved back 2nd time in as many weeks to July 10, doubling Congress time to scrutinize deal; Iran: inspection refusal 'inalienable.'
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Inside Israel, 3:41 PM

Activists Halt Missionary Distribution of Phony Tehillim Books

Yad L'Achim inundated with phone calls after missionary group attempts to convert Jews with a deceitful version of a classic Jewish text.
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Global Agenda, 4:08 PM

Israel, China in Talks to Become Major Financial Allies

Economics Minister Deri discusses Free Trade Agreement with Chinese Ambassador, as Israel indicates it's focus is shifting to the East.
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Inside Israel, 2:16 PM

Rabbi Lau: Sharon 'Feared Civil War' Before Disengagement

Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau revealed Tuesday that he had met with then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon a month before the Disengagement.
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Europe, 3:25 PM

ISIS Trafficker of Canary Islands Teen Girls Nabbed

Jihadists prove no place is out of their reach: Spain discovers female operative in the scenic archipelago had been shipping girls to Syria.
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Samaria Community to Track Residents Remotely

A pilot program in the Beit Aryeh community in Samaria will see 150 residents equipped with a new tracking device, in case of kidnapping.
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