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Revolution Orchestra brings Radiohead, dancing instruments onstage

The Revolution Orchestra tends to look for new riffs on all sorts of classics, finding different ways to play and perform everything from Beethoven to The Roosters, a historic Israeli…

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After helping sink key law bill, rebel MK vows to do it again if needed — reports

Reports: Rebel coalition MK will again oppose key bill if it’s up for vote next week Meretz MK Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi, who voted on Monday against a critical measure to…

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Daily Briefing Jun 8: Blowback as IDF opens up more roles for female combat soldiers

Welcome to The Times of Israel’s Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what’s happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Military correspondent…

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Iran says it switched off 2 of UN watchdog’s surveillance cameras at nuclear site

Iran turned off two surveillance cameras of the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog that monitored one of its atomic sites, Iranian state television reported Wednesday. The television report described the two…

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One dead, eight injured as car plows into crowd in Berlin

BERLIN, Germany — One person was killed and eight injured when a car drove into a group of people in central Berlin on Wednesday, the fire service said. A police…

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Senior government official knocks plan to let more women into combat units

Deputy Religious Services Minister Matan Kahana on Tuesday night spoke out against an Israel Defense Forces plan to offer more combat roles to women, specifically in elite outfits, arguing that…

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PM to hold meeting as officials warn of new COVID wave, say 5th dose may be needed

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is set to hold a meeting with health officials on Wednesday as coronavirus czar Salman Zarka said Israel appears to be at the start of a…

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Man arrested on suspicion of impersonating police officer to threaten far-right MK

Police said Wednesday that they arrested a 31-year-old resident of Tel Aviv on suspicion of impersonating police and threatening citizens, including far-right MK Itamar Ben Gvir. The man is suspected…

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High Court okays home demolitions for alleged terrorists in Ariel attack

The High Court of Justice on Wednesday rejected appeals filed against the demolition of the houses belonging to the families of two Palestinians accused of a deadly shooting attack in…

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Palestinian grabs Israeli police officer’s rifle, flees to Hebron

Security forces launched a manhunt on Wednesday morning for a Palestinian man who snatched a police officer’s rifle in a Palestinian town in the southern West Bank, officials said. According to the…

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