With Mohammed Dahlan threatening him from one side and Avigdor Lieberman from the other, the Palestinian president’s position looked especially shaky this week.
Haaretz columnist issued apology following American journalist's accusation: I didn't think I committed sexual harassment.
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Court gives Agudat Yisrael 75 days to justify a section of its bylaws that bans women from being party members.
The 1956 massacre of 48 innocent villagers by Border Policemen remains a festering wound in Israeli Arab society. Its current residents are launching an audio-visual spectacle to convey the message: Take responsibility for what happened here.
Flooding in streambeds in Israel's south feared.
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The former defense minister sent the press scrambling for clues after saying vaguely that Netanyahu left Israel with 'an extremely troubling vulnerability to a key security challenge.' A hint as to what that might have been can be found in Dennis Ross' last book.
Spiderman, stand down: The tiny but lavishly endowed arthropod also has silk-secreting hairs and squirts something from nozzles on each body segment.
Two decades after it was declared dead, vinyl is back. And as the sexy trend of records takes on among younger DJs, record prices are climbing.
This is the second attempt by rebels to break Assad's siege. They opened a corridor to the east for the month of August after pro-government forces first applied a blockade in July.
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