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A strange mix of Israelis win asylum in the U.S., meaning a judge rules they have reason to fear persecution at home. They include Palestinians, gays and domestic violence victims.


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The explosive growth of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish population is forcing them to spread to traditionally black and Latino neighborhoods of Brooklyn.

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Synagogue Damaged, Jewish Service Interrupted as Meteorite Strikes Russia

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