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5 hrs ago | Yahoo!
Cattle shipped from Fremantle are at the centre of an investigation into what Animals Australia describes as the worst animal cruelty it has seen in the live export industry.
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7 hrs ago | TheBlaze.com
As Secretary of State John Kerry pushes ahead on Israeli-Palestinian peace talks with two visits to the region in two weeks , Hamas and other Palestinian groups are saying they will never make peace with Israel, prompting Israeli politicians and journalists to question the point of negotiations.
9 hrs ago | IRIN
The home of Shadi el-Menai, said to be a founder of the jihadist group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, lies in ruins in North Sinai AL-ARISH, 11 December 2013 - Hani Ayesh, a resident of al-Arish, in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, was on his way to work when his bus was struck by a rocket or missile launched by militants targeting a nearby army vehicle.
13 hrs ago | The Daily Star
UN trucks carrying building materials which are part of projects funded by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees arrive in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip after crossing the Israeli Kerem Shalom terminal on December 10, 2013.
Israeli environmental and social justice groups were dealt a significant blow in October when the country's Supreme Court ruled in favor of the government's decision to allow the export of 40 percent of Israel's natural gas.
Israel has no reason to withdraw from Judea and Samaria. Absorbing the areas into sovereign Israel will not endanger the country demographically.
The tiny oil-rich nation of Qatar is a lesson in contradictions. It is an absolute monarchy angling to become a major player in global politics; a nation of staunchly conservative Muslims in native dress whose malls teem with Louis Vuitton and Ferragamo outposts.
Hamas announced Monday that the government in the Gaza Strip renewed its ties with Iran following the election of Hassan Rouhani as Iranian president.
Security source tells 'Jerusalem Post' goods will be supervised to ensure they do not end up in the 'wrong hands'.
A new study says that violent dramas on the broadcast networks carry milder cautions than cable shows that are equal in gore.
The number of Palestinians leaving to fight forces loyal to the Assad regime in Syria is on the rise, a new Israeli report published on Sunday has found.
Addressing the press from his home in Mitzpeh Hila, Noam Shalit said the tape appears to be authentic, although the content was 'obviously dictated by his captors.'
The Gaza Strip Power Authority is worried that electricity will be available for less than six hours a day in Gaza as winter approaches, an official announced during a news conference on Sunday.