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A Haaretz investigation found that studies at the university accounted for only one month of the 15-month program. The rest of the time, the students worked for 12 hours a day or more on farms
To keep the innovation flowing, the Big 3 are partnering with tech firms and tweaking their organizational culture
British lawmakers now face a stark choice between leaving the EU without an agreement to smooth the way, or delaying the country’s withdrawal past the scheduled March 29 departure date
Its days of self-confidence based on strong economic growth are past and what’s left is Erdogan’s dangerous paranoia
Ahead of releasing the actual proposal, the U.S. administration is urging everyone from evangelical supporters to a doubting Arab public to ‘remain open-minded.’ Here is how it’s trying to win them over
The numbers shed a harsh light on how different the Israel of secular Jews, Arabs and ultra-Orthodox really is, and those gaps are costing us dearly
The vote puts the world's fifth largest economy in uncharted territory with no obvious way forward.
Britain on Tuesday joined a growing number of nations, including China and Australia, who already grounded the planes
While acknowledging its military setbacks in the face of a global campaign against it, Islamic State uses the new film to urge followers to maintain their faith in IS even in adversity.