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Iran said building vast new underground tunnels to hold nuclear enrichment facility

Iran is constructing a vast new network of tunnels at its Natanz nuclear site that could house a massive enrichment facility that would be impervious to bunker-busting bombs and cyberattacks,…

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With tensions running high, IDF to hold drill near border with Lebanon

The Israel Defense Forces said it would conduct a military drill in the Galilee panhandle in northern Israel on Thursday morning, which will include artillery fire toward the Mount Dov…

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As thousands fulfill lifelong Israel dream, other Ethiopians on hold indefinitely

GONDAR, Ethiopia — Kefale Tayachew’s parents moved to Israel 23 years ago. Since then, he has hoped and prayed to join them. He uprooted his life from an Ethiopian village…

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Netanyahu and the right are about to regain power; they’ll hold it for a long time

This Editor’s Note was sent out earlier Wednesday in ToI’s weekly update email to members of the Times of Israel Community. To receive these Editor’s Notes as they’re released, join…

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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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US envoy to hold maritime talks in Beirut as tensions flare over Israeli rig

Senior US diplomat Amos Hochstein will travel to Beirut next week to discuss the country’s dispute with Israel over maritime drilling, a top Lebanese politician said Tuesday. The announcement came…

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Russian envoy to Israel dismisses reports Putin is ill: ‘Don’t hold your breath’

Russia’s ambassador to Israel on Sunday downplayed recent reports alleging President Vladimir Putin is in ill health. Speaking to Channel 13, Anatoly Viktorov said: “Don’t hold your breath for it.'”…

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US scientists to open crystals that may hold 830-million-year-old living organisms

American scientists plan to crack open a salt crystal with liquid inside that may contain still-living microorganisms from 830 million years ago, in research that could provide insight into life…

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