Daily Archives: January 16, 2022

When you’re too old to watch teen dramas like ‘Euphoria’

By | 2022-01-16T18:04:14+00:00 January 16th, 2022|Entertainment|

The second season of Sam Levinson’s drug-fueled series is best left to those who can relate to the Gen Z characters – while another HBO show, ‘Somebody Somewhere,’ starring Bridget Everett, is a little gem

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It’s un-Jewish to be too optimistic. But in Israel, there’s now faint cause for hope

By | 2022-01-16T14:44:13+00:00 January 16th, 2022|Middle East|

A year ago, Israel faced a nearly perfect storm, from Netanyahu’s assault on democracy to unprecedented domestic disquiet and rising tensions with the U.S. Now, an almost banal, but critical, sense of normalcy has returned

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Putin to host Iran’s Raisi next week as Russia hopes to salvage nuclear deal

By | 2022-01-16T12:18:41+00:00 January 16th, 2022|Middle East|

The meeting with President Raisi comes amid faltering talks between Iran and world powers to revive the 2015 nuclear agreement

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Rain floods central Israel, first responders rescue stranded motorists

By | 2022-01-16T11:46:21+00:00 January 16th, 2022|Israel|

Although rain is set to tail off on Sunday, very low temperatures and frost are anticipated in Israel at night ■ In the West Bank, a man and boy were rescued after their car was swept into a stream

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Bedouin leaders urge unity, non-violence as talks on JNF Negev project continue

By | 2022-01-16T10:55:07+00:00 January 16th, 2022|Israel|

Lawmakers from Mansour Abbas' party are set to arrive in the Negev for discussions with Bedouin leaders, as clashes subside after days of violence between locals and Israeli police over a controversial forestation plan

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Israel in ‘eye of the storm,’ Bennett says as COVID quarantines burden hospitals, schools

By | 2022-01-16T10:32:53+00:00 January 16th, 2022|Israel|

With the omicron wave driving over 100,000 students across Israel into isolation, the Education Ministry is calling on Prime Minister Bennett to loosen the COVID quarantine policy

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Israeli physicists create thought-provoking model for material that never melts

By | 2022-01-16T10:21:42+00:00 January 16th, 2022|Health|

The model describing a material where order doesn’t disappear as heat is applied also has implications for our understanding of the early universe

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Netanyahu brought in ex-Supreme Court president to broker plea deal

By | 2022-01-16T10:08:17+00:00 January 16th, 2022|Israel|

Former Supreme Court President Aharon Barak calls Netanyahu 'one of the great defenders of the justice system' ■ Former PM, lawyers back settlement, Netanyahu family divided

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Hundreds protest against Netanyahu plea deal outside Attorney General’s home

By | 2022-01-16T04:54:49+00:00 January 16th, 2022|Israel|

Protesters called to 'investigate the Attorney General.' Concurrently, several dozens protested at the home of Alternate PM Yair Lapid demanding establishment of inquiry commission in submarines affair

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