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Nude Photos From Dead Sea Go Online


The first image from American artist Spencer Tunick’s nude photo installation at the Dead Sea can be seen online.Read More

Leonardo DiCaprio Invests in Israeli Firm


American actor Leonardo DiCaprio has invested in an Israeli visual media platform start-up company.Read More

Shin Bet Ex-Chief Defends Abbas

By Haaretz

Former Shin Bet security service director Yuval Diskin defended Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday, saying that Abbas is against terrorism.Read More

Ilan Grapel To Be Freed Thursday in Taba

By Haaretz

Israeli-American law student Ilan Grapel will be released on Thursday at 9 A.M. at the Taba crossing on the Israel-Egypt border, the Egyptian Al-Ahram newspaper reported on Wednesday.Read More

'Chained' Women Are Usually Young: Study


Most agunot, or so-called ‘chained’ women whose husbands refuse to grant a divorce, are younger woman with children who are trying to leave a first marriage, according to a new study.Read More

Israel Earthquake Team May Work With Iranians

Representatives from the Ministry of Defense that are to arrive in Turkey on Wednesday to provide aid in the wake of a devastating earthquake will be working alongside unlikely partners - the IHH and Iranian rescue teams.Read More

Cabinet Approves Deal To Free Grapel


Israel’s Cabinet unanimously approved a deal to release dual American-Israeli citizen Ilan Grapel in exchange for 25 Egyptians being held in Israeli prisons.Read More

Defense Claims Kletzky's Accused Killer Is Insane


A lawyer for the man who confessed to killing 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky said the confession was coerced and his client is insane.Read More

Russian Ship Scraps Visit Over Archive Dispute


A Russian sailing ship canceled a good-will visit to the San Francisco port over a dispute concerning a collection of historic Jewish books.Read More

Soldier Suspected of Leaking Info to Settlers


An Israeli soldier has been arrested on suspicion that he leaked information on military operations in the West Bank to settlers.Read More

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