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Rocket Misses Jerusalem, Lands in West Bank

By Reuters

A rocket was fired at Jerusalem on Tuesday, missing the holy city and landing in the near-by West Bank, police said, adding that there were no casualties or damage.Read More


Few Militants Among Gaza Victims

By Haaretz

Farmers on their way to sell vegetables in the marketplace, vendors of purified drinking water and people who just happened to live too close to the targets of Israeli air strikes were among the 34 Palestinians estimated to have been killed in Israel Defense Forces attacks in the past two days alone.Read More


57% of Americans Support Israel's Gaza Stance

By JTA

A poll showed a majority of Americans back Israel’s launch of a retaliatory attack on the Gaza Strip.Read More


Anti-Semitic Radical Planned Poland Attack

By Reuters

Polish officials said on Tuesday they had arrested a radical nationalist who planned to detonate a vehicle loaded with four tonnes of explosives outside parliament, possibly when the president and prime minister were in the building.Read More


Israeli Attacks Guard at American Embassy

By Reuters

A man stabbed a security guard at the U.S. embassy in Tel Aviv on Tuesday and was apprehended, a police spokesman said, and Israel Radio reported the assailant was an Israeli with a criminal background.Read More


World Leaders Push for Gaza Ceasefire

By Reuters

The U.N. chief called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza Strip and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton headed to the region in hopes of brokering a deal.Read More


Another Gaza Family Wiped Out by Israel Strike

By Reuters

Four members of the same family - four-year-old twin boys and their parents - were killed in an Israeli air strike in Gaza on Monday, the Hamas Health Ministry said.Read More


Gaza Strikes Continue as Peace Talk Swirls

By Reuters

Israel bombed dozens more targets in the Gaza Strip on Monday and said that, while it was prepared to step up its offensive by sending in troops, it preferred a diplomatic solution that would end Palestinian rocket fire.Read More


We're Not Alone! Chimps Have Midlife Crisis Too

By Reuters

Forty- and 50-somethings in the throes of a mid-life crisis should probably stop blaming a troubled marriage, their kid’s college costs, or technology that makes them feel about as modern as papyrus compared to their younger colleagues.Read More


Law Aims To Improve Targeted Kosher Food Aid

By JTA

Two New York lawmakers introduced legislation to ensure that kosher food pantries receive enough food as part of the federal Emergency Food Assistance Program.Read More





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