Navy looking into putting women on board warships that will protect Israel's offshore natural gas rigs. The main difficulty? cramped living quarters.
Despite Amona settlers saying otherwise, sources in Ofra speak of direct approaches for alternative housing in the nearby settlement following their eviction.
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If reports on the recent bombings in Syria are true, it would appear that Israel considered the target urgent enough and believed Moscow wouldn't object.
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After Assad routs the rebels, the U.S. will be left with no ally in Syria in fight against Islamic State. Taking into account Trump's desire to steer clear of Mideast conflict, we may see U.S. and Russia dividing the fight between them.
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Tipster tells Israeli pharmaceutical giant Teva of alleged wrongdoing in Romania amid probe into other reported cases of bribery.