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2 hrs ago | Chicago Jewish Community
ZUtA Labs cofounder Tuvia Elbaum explains that printers consist of a printhead running on a moving piece of paper.
6 hrs ago | New Jersey Jewish News
Cantor Bruce Rockman of Congregation B'nai Tikvah in North Brunswick is spending July in ulpan at the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem.
10 hrs ago | The Times of Israel
War is supposed to be "good" for the economy, according to some experts, by boosting government spending - but that hasn't happened in Israel's conflict with Hamas in Gaza.
11 hrs ago | The Washington Post
West Texas Intermediate and Brent crudes dropped as the flow of oil from the Middle East was unaffected by the surge in violence in Libya and Iraq.
16 hrs ago | The Lebanon Daily News
Millions of Muslims across the world are celebrating the first day of the Eid al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of the monthlong fast of Ramadan.
With the world going crazy, I tried running away from the news. It didn't work. I've been doing an eco-survey of Madagascar, the island nation off the east coast of Africa that contains the highest percentage of plant and animal species found nowhere else on earth - all of them now endangered to one degree or another.
Last Wednesday morning I was standing at the Egged bus station at Beit She'an, waiting for the 9:30 No.
While some summer programs in Israel are on hold during the Gaza conflict, others are going full-speed-ahead, with staff continuing to craft plans and itineraries for the fall, making sure that future experiences match successful ones of the past.
Many experts believed polio was on the verge of eradication, particularly after India, the most polio-endemic country in the world just a few short years ago, eliminated the crippling viral disease with it's last case being reported on January 13, 2011.
Hamas said it and other groups in Gaza had reached 'national consensus on a humanitarian truce', and Israel later confirmed it would observe 'a humanitarian window in the Gaza Strip'.
Afghan demonstrators shout slogans against Israel during a rally marking Al-Quds Day in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, July 25, 2014.
In the aftermath of the attack on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 last week and the rocket strike near Ben-Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv this week, people planning to fly to the Middle East or on a route crossing Eastern Europe have been left wondering whether or not they could - or should - continue with their travel plans.
Israel has asked Thailand to inform all Thai workers in the Gaza Strip to leave the area for safer locations, even if some refused to do so, a Thai foreign ministry official said today.
Because wartime is a great time to travel overseas and find your Jewish-American soul mate, even if kids are dying People have terror sex sometimes.
Jesse Eisenberg flew to Israel this week shortly before U.S. authorities imposed a travel ban due to the ongoing conflict in the Middle East, and he has refused to let the violence ruin his trip.
Two Irish entrepreneurs make a pitch at an event held last week in Dublin by the Ireland-Israel Business Network Tech people aren't overly concerned about the anti-Israel, even anti-Semitic headlines that have been cropping up in places like India and Ireland over the conflict with Hamas in Gaza.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 08:57 pm
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