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A rising number of Iranians getting divorced, a trend that some experts attribute to women's growing confidence in speaking out about violent sex and marital rape
The alleged segment, featuring a grieving father in Bethlehem whose son was killed by IDF soldiers, received critical feedback at a pre-screening in Los Angeles
The gaffe was quickly noticed on Twitter, with users cracking jokes and launching memes at the president's expense
In a forceful warning, the Trump administration said the costs of holding the Sept. 25 vote would be high 'for all Iraqis, including Kurds'
The Supreme Court Justice reflected on her experience as a Jew at a Washington synagogue, saying Judaism's ethical code has influenced her empathy for minorities
U.S. Secretary of State: Iran 'Technically Complying' With Nuke Deal, but Remains Destabilizing Force
Tillerson's comments come after meeting with all parties to the deal, including Iran. Trump has said he has made a decision but will not disclose further
Analysis Netanyahu's UN Speech Not Only Aimed at the Average Israeli, but Those Mulling Whether to Indict Him
The PM's address may have missed Israel's prime time TV hour, but it's his audience in the Justice Ministry that he was really talking to
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Kremlin oil giant Rosneft has committed around $4 billion to Kurdistan, while FM Lavrov signaled in June Russia would not oppose referendum