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Fighting Cancer with Early Detection

Already, clinical studies at Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem show that the kit achieves a nearly perfect rate of detection sensitivity. This significant advance in the war on cancer is predicated on a fairly new ability to find abnormal genes or proteins called biomarkers. “When we see a tumor, it is usually too late to

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Israeli Wounded in Mortar Attack on Negev

December 9, 2010

A resident living in one of the communities hit by the mortar shells said: “We were in the middle of watching 'Big Brother' when suddenly the mortar shells hit. We couldn't tell where they'd hit exactly so we starting making phone calls. That's when we realized the head of security was injured. Now the entire

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US Not to Push Israel for New Settlement Building Moratorium Any Longer

Defense Minister Ehud Barak said talks with the Americans had been postponed [before the US announced they were changing plans] because Washington was distracted by the fallout from the release of secret documents by the whistle-blowing Web site WikiLeaks and the crisis over North Korea. However, State Department spokesman PJ Crowley denied this was the

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Gulf States Emphasize Diplomacy With Iran

But at the opening of the 31st Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summit in Abu-Dhabi on Monday [December 6], Kuwaiti Emir Shaikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah advocated words rather than deeds when dealing with Iran. “We call for the resolution of the Iranian nuclear crisis through dialogue and peaceful means,” Al-Sabah told the assembly. “This will allow

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South American Nations Recognize Palestinian State

Despite the fact that Palestinians have threatened to go to the United Nations for statehood recognition outside of peace talks with Israel, the Brazilians do not think their recognition showed opposition to a negotiated deal. Said the press statement, “The conviction that negotiations between Israel and Palestine are vital for the achievement of mutual concessions

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IDF: Hizbullah to Take over Lebanon, Dozens Will Die

Adler presented a possible scenario of Lebanon the day after the report was published: “Dozens will be killed when Hizbullah uses force and takes over government institutions. In this case, there is a chance that the tensions would trickle in Israel's direction. “Even though it has been four years since the end of the last

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Egypt Votes in Second Round of Elections without Opposition Candidates

Many who had believed the Muslim Brotherhood candidates would win at least some seats were surprised by the NDP sweep. Egyptians who looked to the United States to pressure Mubarak into liberalizing the election and making strides toward democracy were disappointed with the weak statement of “dismay” from Washington. Contested seats in Sunday’s run-off elections

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Carmel Fire May Cost Over NIS 300 Million

“Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instructed us to remove these mobile homes within 60 days, so that they do not become permanent housing solutions,” he said. The cabinet secretary added that governmental teams will be in charge of mapping the scope of the damage. “Some of those whose property was damaged are covered by insurance companies,

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Iran Responds to Leaked Cables Showing Arab Concerns

Among the Wikileaks disclosures were a number of cables quoting concerns about Iran expressed by Arab nations and specific instances of Arab leaders urging the United States to take military action to end the Iranian nuclear program.  

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Israeli Companies Meet the GE Challenge

“We launched the Challenge to encourage new thinking and spur innovation at every level of development,” says Beth Comstock, senior vice president and chief marketing officer for GE. “The first step toward modernizing our grid is to uncover ideas and transform them into game-changing technologies and the Challenge has demonstrated that many great ideas exist

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