Rocket shot towards Israel landed within Gaza ■ Other rocket explodes in an open area in southern Israel ■ 19 Rockets fired from Gaza at Israel since Trump's Jerusalem speech
Many educated Arab teachers wait over a decade for to be offered a position. In the meantime, they work without proper benefits, salaries or job security
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The other rocket explodes in an open area in southern Israel ■ Number of rockets fired from Gaza at Israel since Trump's Jerusalem speech rises to 18
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Russian jet came close enough that a U.S. F-22 had to 'aggressively maneuver to avoid a midair collision'
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The film, which focuses on the Israeli military among other themes, sparked political controversy in Israel despite the fact that it has been hailed worldwide
How Mike Pence's Mideast Trip to Help Embattled Christians Evolved Into a Visit Devoid of Christians
Pence originally said his trip to Israel and Egypt was envisioned as a show of solidarity with persecuted Christians. So why isn't there a single Christian on his itinerary?
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The city has become the world leader in the number of tourists who stay in Airbnb apartments. As a result rents are rising, tenants are being evicted to make room for tourists and the authorities are turning a blind eye
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