More vulnerable than ever, asylum seekers in Israel are anxiously following the raids and ethnic cleansing still taking place in Darfur
- Knife attack reported near church in Nice, France, one person dead and several injured (Reuters)
- U.S. Supreme Court allows longer ballot deadlines in NC, PA despite Republican challenge (AP)
- Thirteen dead, 40 missing after Storm Molave slams into Vietnam (DPA)
- Microsoft stops cyberattacks from 'Iranian actor' engaged in intelligence collection (Reuters)
- Biden campaign spent $54.1 million on TV ads in last week, twice more than Trump (DPA)
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Israel Bars Civil Service Employees From Taking Part in Wexner Program in Wake of Yair Netanyahu Attacks
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New anthology allows two dozen rabbis, journalists and educators from the community to offer personal reflections on the October 2018 mass shooting
No evidence of early hominin occupation has been found in Denmark, but stones from a layer dating to about 120,000 years ago do resemble stone tools, say Danish archaeologists
With the skies closed, the nomadic dreams of a generation have been shattered. Some, however, have found backpacking possibilities in their own backyard