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Islamic State says it killed female media workers in east Afghanistan

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Violence has risen around Afghanistan and media workers and civil society members in urban areas have been targeted in recent months even as a peace process takes place in Qatar's capital of Doha

Saudi Arabia says COVID-19 vaccination required for 2021 haj

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"The COVID-19 vaccine is mandatory for those willing to come to the haj and will be one of the main conditions (for receiving a permit to come)," the report said.

Protestors shut down roads as Lebanese economy crashes

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"We can't bear it anymore...The dollar is going up and they don't care about us. They're still dividing up their gains," Rabih Khaled, who has been unemployed for months, said.

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Far-right social media Gab hacked, Trump’s account targeted

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"It's another gold mine of research for people looking at militias, neo-Nazis, the far-right, QAnon, and everything surrounding January 6," said the hacker's group cofounder.

Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung volcano spews ash into sky

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Mount Sinabung's activity has increased since last year and the alert for the volcano in North Sumatra province has been placed at the second-highest level.

Haredi Orthodox kids in Lakewood, NJ seen in racist Purim costumes

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“Today, this is seen as offensive, and we are sensitive to the feelings of other groups. Dressing in blackface is particularly inappropriate and offensive, and should never be done.”

US sanctions for Navalny poisoning may come on Tuesday – sources

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Many Western countries say Navalny was poisoned with a nerve agent, but the Kremlin has denied any role in his illness and has said it has seen no proof that he was poisoned.

Why does a U.K. academic spewing antisemitic conspiracies attract eager apologists on the U.S. left?

March 1st, 2021|Comments Off on Why does a U.K. academic spewing antisemitic conspiracies attract eager apologists on the U.S. left?

He doesn’t believe Assad gasses Syrians, or Russia poisons defectors. But for David Miller, the ‘Zionist enemy’ and its agents – Jewish students – are all-powerful and always guilty, and Noam Chomsky runs to defend him

Hi-Tech: Advanced solutions for current problems

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As we enter the third decade of the 21st century, humanity is facing two major challenges: the COVID-19 pandemic and the ravages caused by global warming.

Global Legal Insights: What’s your company’s five-year plan?

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A long-term vision allows us to aim high, get inspired and dream big. When considering a long-term strategy, a look at China can provide an interesting prospective of a long-term vision.

From refugee camps to cybertech

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Meet the students who received an opportunity to change their narrative, and took the leap

Israel’s tale of two economies

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The pandemic has highlighted economic, as well as demographic, differences in Israel

‘Shtisel’ Season 3 Netflix release date announced

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The first two seasons of the show, which follows members of an Orthodox family in Israel, became popular with audiences around the globe, Jewish and non-Jewish

Neanderthals could speak, new study claims to prove

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Modeling ear structures of Homo sapiens, Neanderthals and an archaic human from Spain shows the Neanderthals could hear, and produce sounds, much as we do

Earliest ancestor of humans lived with dinosaurs

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Fossils from the earliest primate group, the appropriately named Purgatorius found in Hell Creek, Montana, date to before the mass extinction 65 million years ago

Israeli start-up secures $25m. for remote workforce management platform

March 1st, 2021|Comments Off on Israeli start-up secures $25m. for remote workforce management platform

The remote IT workforce management software company develops products that allow managers and IT professionals to observe, report and run the operations of their organizations from afar.

Ex-NSA chief: No idea how badly SolarWinds hack harmed security

February 25th, 2021|Comments Off on Ex-NSA chief: No idea how badly SolarWinds hack harmed security

NSA Cyber Chief Anne Neuberger, an Orthodox Jewish woman, has been assigned as the government's "lead person” to investigate the incident.

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Iran gives positive signals on informal nuclear talks, time short

By | March 4th, 2021|Categories: World|

"Things are moving in the right direction, and we have had positive signals this week and especially in the last few days," a French diplomatic source said.

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What it’s like to be an ‘official non-Jew’ in a shamefully ethnocentric Israel

By | March 4th, 2021|Categories: Israel|

Arriving in Israel 30 years ago, I never imagined my Jewish identity, worn so defiantly and proudly through the antisemitism-laced Soviet years, would be revoked by the Jewish state. And there are hundreds of thousands like me

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As ICC opens investigation into war crimes, bereaved Palestinians hope for justice

By | March 4th, 2021|Categories: Israel|

'I hope they take it seriously,' says mother of 21-year-old medic killed in Gaza ■ Israel's UN envoy: We could lobby the prosecutor to divert his focus

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