Dozens protest outside military court in Tel Aviv | Prosecution asking three to five years in prison, Azaria implores the court to be 'merciful' on him and his family.
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- Iraqi troops push into ISIS-held southern outskirts of Mosul (AP)
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Ministry funding is meant for the purchase of necessities these people would not otherwise be able to afford, such as medical and children's needs.
Announcement cancelling Yiannopoulos's book came hours after the Breitbart editor and right-wing provocateur was disinvited to this year's Conservative Political Action Conference.
The letters appear to be normal communication to family members, but, when heated up, also tell the story of deadly procedures performed on the inmates of the Ravensbrueck camp.
Anas Haj Yahiya of the town of Taibeh, who is said to have sworn allegiance to ISIS, is accused of consenting through a contact who claimed to be in Gaza to plan to bomb a bus on Dizengoff Street.
Industry is only responsible for a quarter of the air pollution in the northern Israeli city - the bigger problem rests with the public.