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  1. Pet City: When the Delayed Passenger is a Potbellied PigRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New York Times

    This is just as true of the Ark at JFK, the gleaming new animal transportation center at Kennedy International Airport, as it is at the human passenger terminals. One recent sunny morning, two house cats bound for London and a Chihuahua headed to Paris waited in their pens in the Ark's cavernous Pet Oasis, down the aisle from a pair of military explosives-sniffing dogs being redeployed to the Middle East after a stateside R & R trip.

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  2. Jerusalem: A library-poor cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Times of Israel

    Summer is peak season for public libraries. Back in the day, I whiled away many of my school vacation hours in a little storefront library conveniently located around the corner from our Brooklyn home.

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  3. More talks likely on Kurdish independence vote, negotiator saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2017 | Reuters

    A delegation representing Iraq's ruling Shi'ite coalition may meet Kurdish politicians again next week to try to convince them to delay or cancel a plan to hold an independence referendum, a negotiator said. A first round of talks, held last week in Baghdad, brought the two sides closer and a second round could be held next week in the Kurdish capital Erbil, Abdullah al-Zaidi, a negotiator from the National Alliance, Iraq's Shi'ite Muslim ruling coalition, told Reuters on Monday evening.

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  4. City of contradictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Otago Daily Times

    Expecting a city of history, conflict and religion, Stephanie Holmes discovers a multitude of treasures - and a foodie heaven - in beautiful, baffling Jerusalem. Sitting alone in the shade on a white plastic chair, a woman softly weeps into a wad of paper napkins.

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  5. TravelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | U.S. Department of Defense

    Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is traveling to Jordan, Turkey and Ukraine to reaffirm the U.S. commitment to strategic partnerships. Mattis plans to meet with leaders to discuss Jordan's contribution to the campaign to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, America's commitment to Turkey as a NATO partner, and the U.S. commitment to restore Ukraine sovereignty and strengthen the defense partnership between the two nations.

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  6. Chief Rabbinate contests High Court jurisdiction over Western Wall prayerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Jerusalem Post

    "A clear majority of the Israeli public opposes the destructive monopoly of the rabbinical establishment at the Western Wall." said Rabbi Gilad Kariv, head of the Reform movement in Israel.

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  7. Russian mother deported after losing citizenship upon husband's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Jerusalem Post

    A Russian mother was deported from Israel on Monday, after her Israeli partner passed away and she thus lost eligibility to become an Israeli citizen. Her two children, Galina and Boris Levinshtein, aged 30 and 31, made aliya 14 years ago; they were eligible for citizenship according to the Law of Return as their paternal grandfather was Jewish.

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  8. Group of Gazan children get first glimpse of JerusalemRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 20 | Yahoo!

    Dozens of Palestinian children from the Gaza Strip saw Jerusalem and two of its holy sites for the first time on Sunday as part of a UN-run exchange programme. Ninety-one children aged between eight and 14 crossed from the blockaded Palestinian enclave into Israel before visiting Jerusalem, according to the United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees UNRWA.

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  9. August 21, 2017Giving back to Israel: Seven Taiwanese volunteers share their storiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Jerusalem Post

    Group photo of the 7 Taiwanese volunteers who are spending their summer vacations working with the needy in Israel.. In a caf in Jerusalem's Cinema City complex, over plates of Israeli breakfast, shakshuka and a communal bowl of fries, a group of seven young Taiwanese volunteers share their experiences during their time in Israel and recount with humor the similarities and differences between the two cultures.

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  10. Next 25 ArticlesRead the original story

    Monday | Lucianne.com

    The administration of President Donald Trump has decided to disband a federal advisory panel on climate change - in a further sign of the White HouseA s view on environmental policy. The panel is part of the National Climate Assessment, a group aimed at helping officials and policy makers integrate the US GovernmentA s climate change analysis into their long-term planning.

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  11. August 21, 2017Gov't sues Egged for NIS 67.5m. for discriminating against disabledRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Jerusalem Post

    "Egged is a central and substantial player in public transportation in Israel causing its violations to have greater consequences for thousands of Israeli citizens." A special Justice Ministry division on Monday announced it was suing the Egged bus company for NIS 67.5 million for discrimination against disabled persons in a first-of-its-kind civil class action lawsuit.

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  12. Is there a blessing for the eclipse?"This world is a museum of God's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Jerusalem Post

    "This world is a museum of God's beauty and if we are lucky enough to be active patrons, we will notice artwork that prior, never caught our eye." As millions of Americans gear up for the rare solar eclipse on Monday, rabbis across the spectrum weighed in on the event - and its significance.

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  13. Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem criticizes pilgrimages to Uman on Rosh HashanahRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Jerusalem Post

    The Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem Rabbi Aryeh Stern has strongly criticized the annual pilgrimage of tens of thousands of Israeli Jews to the Ukrainian city of Uman for the Rosh Hashanah holiday. Every year, thousands of Jews travel to Uman where the founder of the Breslov hassidic dynasty Rabbi Nachman of Breslov is buried, with some 30,000 visiting the site last year.

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  14. Mossad chief to join Netanyahu in meeting with Putin - reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Times of Israel

    Head of Mossad Yossi Cohen speaks at the launch event for Libertad foundation. June 27, 2017.

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  15. El Al Resumes Argentina Service - 57 Years After Eichmann FlightRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Forward

    Aerolineas Argentinas President Mario Dell'Acqua and an El Al vice president met on Friday at the Argentinean embassy in Tel Aviv to sign the final agreement between the two national airlines. El Al and AerolA neas Argentinas flights will begin next month.

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  16. The Egg of ColumbusRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Counterpunch

    The same is true for the Israeli-Palestinian Confederation. From time to time it appears in public as a brand-new idea, with another group of inventors proudly presenting it to the public.

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  17. As dog days end, summertime events are still hot and happeningRead the original story

    Monday | The Times of Israel

    So is everyone, particularly in these final days of the long school vacation when it can seem like you've already done everything that's out there. 1) The cozy beach town of Bat Yam opens its streets and boardwalk for a theater festival, taking place on August 23, 24 and 26. The festival begins at 8:30 p.m. each night, with dozens of local and international acts performing.

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  18. Chief Rabbinate: Supreme Court overstepped authorityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    Two lawyers from Caspi and Co. on Thursday sent a letter to the Supreme Court explaining the Chief Rabbinate's response to the Kotel plan.

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  19. Israel Museum coin exhibit shows a daughter's love is worth more than goldRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Times of Israel

    Legend has it that Alexandrian-born Victor A. Adda purchased his first coin as a teen, with his first earnings. Whether that genesis story is fact or fiction, by his death at 80 in 1965, the Egyptian Jew's now legendary collection eventually encompassed over 1,000 coins, mostly Roman, spanning from Julius Caesar to Romulus Augustulus.

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  20. Shuttered train stations snarl traffic for Tel Aviv commutersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Times of Israel

    Travelers at central Tel Aviv's central Savidor station checking a schedule, where no trains northbound are listed, on September 3, 2016. Commuters traveling to Tel Aviv are expected to face huge traffic jams over the next week as Israel Railways carries out upgrade work in preparation for the launch of Jerusalem-Tel Aviv express train.

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