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Russia, US Tread Lightly amid Reports of Syria Ceasefire Violations

Friday, 4 March 2016 | The just-implemented ceasefire in the Syrian civil war is reportedly already being broken—but the two most powerful parties in the situation are being careful what they say about it. The Russian Foreign Ministry posted on their Facebook page that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov spoke with US Secretary of State

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Ancient Fabrics Offer Glimpse into Solomon-Era Fashion

Friday, 26 February 2016 | Ever wondered what clothes were worn by the “software engineers” of the ancient Middle East? A group of archaeologists, aided by the unique environment of mines in the Israeli desert, have discovered fabrics that shed light on one of the groups of ancient specialists—copper smelters. A team from Tel Aviv

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A Turning Point in the Wave of Terrorism

Friday, 5 February 2016 | The terror attack at the Damascus Gate symbolizes officially, symbolically and mostly painfully the transition of the terror wave from attacks by individuals to organized attacks. It’s true, there is no organizational infrastructure—it looks like Hamas and Islamic Jihad are not involved. Maybe there is a distant relationship between the

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Hoteliers Report 11% Decline in Stays in 2015

Friday, 29 January 2016 | Statistics published Monday by the Israel Hotel Association (IHA) show that the crisis in the Israeli tourism industry is ongoing, and that the year 2015 ended with an 11 percent decline in foreign tourist stays compared to 2014, and a 16 percent decline compared to 2013, which was a peak

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Syria Still Has Chemical Weapons

Friday, 29 January 2016 | New reports emerging from the ground in Syria suggest that despite Assad’s assertions in 2013 that he had disposed of his chemical weapons arsenal, his regime continues to fight in the civil war using non-conventional means. The war, which will enter its sixth year in two months’ time, has no

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