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Israel reportedly brushes off US proposal for summit with Palestinian Authority

Israel last week rejected a US proposal for a regional summit with the Palestinian Authority focused on working toward a peace agreement between Jerusalem and Ramallah, according to a Wednesday…

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US gymnasts Biles, Raisman file $1 billion claim against FBI over doctor’s sex abuse

WASHINGTON (AFP) — Simone Biles, Aly Raisman and other star US gymnasts filed a $1 billion claim against the FBI on Wednesday for mishandling of the investigation into sexual abuse…

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Harvey Weinstein to be charged in UK over indecent assault claims

LONDON — British prosecutors said Wednesday they have authorized police to charge former film mogul Harvey Weinstein with two counts of indecent assault against a woman in London in 1996.…

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Former IDF chief Eisenkot said set to enter politics, possibly with Yesh Atid

Former IDF chief of staff Gadi Eisenkot, a popular former general and sough-after political figure, intends to enter the arena and run in the next election, according to a Wednesday…

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Police investigate staff at nursery school after 1-year-old dies in their care

The principal and a caretaker of a nursery in the southern city of Beersheba were questioned by police on Wednesday following the death of a one-year-old who was in their…

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IDF accuses Hezbollah of gathering intelligence under guise of environmental group

The Israeli military on Wednesday accused the Lebanese Hezbollah terrorist group of conducting clandestine activities along the border with Israel under the guise of an environmental group known as “Green…

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In another blow to coalition, Knesset advances opposition bills to hike minimum wage

In another failure for the faltering government, opposition bills to raise the minimum wage passed preliminary readings in the Knesset on Wednesday as some coalition lawmakers broke ranks to vote…

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Dubai International Chamber to open office in Tel Aviv

The Dubai International Chamber, one of the emirate’s three chambers of commerce, is set to open a representative office in Tel Aviv to facilitate trade and investment between business communities in…

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OECD predicts moderate growth for Israel, slashes global economic outlook

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) slashed its predictions for global economic growth in 2022 on Wednesday amid a devastating Russian war on Ukraine and crises in both…

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After helping sink key bill, rebel Meretz MK vows to do it again — reports

Meretz MK Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi, who voted earlier this week against a critical measure to renew the application of Israeli criminal and civil law to Israelis living in the West…

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