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A year out of power, Haredim hail government’s downfall, credit divine intervention

Ultra-Orthodox leaders and newspapers have rejoiced at the impending dissolution of the Knesset and government — the latter being one of the few in recent memory that didn’t include Haredi…

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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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Cord accord: EU mandates universal charger type to power up devices

LONDON (AP) — Forget rummaging through the junk drawer. Soon, Europeans will only need to reach for one cable to charge their smartphones and other devices. European Union officials said…

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Poll: Most Israelis think social tensions worse since Bennett came to power

The majority of Israelis believe that tensions within Israeli society have worsened over the past year. This relates both to Israelis who voted for coalition parties and to those who…

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Ukraine: Russia using ‘all its power’ to capture strategic city of Severodonetsk

KYIV — Ukraine said Saturday its forces were managing to push back against Moscow’s troops in fierce fighting in the strategic eastern city of Severodonetsk despite Russia “throwing all its…

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Ukraine says Russia ‘throwing all its power’ at eastern city of Severodonetsk

KYIV, Ukraine — Ukraine said Saturday that Russia was using all its available forces to capture the industrial city of Severodonetsk in a bid to control the entire eastern Donbas…

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Iran’s Guards building massive ship to project naval power beyond Persian Gulf

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Iran’s paramilitary Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps is building a massive new support ship near the strategic Strait of Hormuz as it tries to expand…

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