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'No country without warlike projects enriches at that level'
UN nuclear chief: Iran’s program advancing at a gallop, we have little visibility
Rafael Grossi says project ‘has grown enormously, far beyond what it was in 2015,’ as Tehran creates new difficulties and negotiations remains stalled
Iran says it seeks nuclear deal guarantees so as ‘not to be stung twice’
UK spy chief says he doesn’t think Iran supreme leader wants to reach nuclear deal
Saudis arrest man who helped Israeli journalist illegally enter Mecca
Case also reportedly opened against Channel 13’s Gil Tamary; his broadcast, in which he visited holy city in defiance of non-Muslim entry ban, has sparked widespread outrage
Owners of collapsed pool released to house arrest after party-goer’s death
Natan and Rachel Meller suspected of operating a business without a license and money laundering, in addition to negligent manslaughter; police request to extend detention denied
Pool sinkhole victim named, as police grill owner over suspected safety failures
Man found dead after being swept into sinkhole that opened up in private pool
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As pandemic pushes people to greener pastures, kibbutzim see membership swell
Israelis looking for a very different kind of community are continuing to move out of cities and into collective settlements, even as (almost) post-COVID normalcy returns
Bereaved families, rivals tear into Netanyahu for ducking blame over Meron disaster
Lawmakers express disgust after ex-PM says he wasn’t aware of safety concerns at annual Lag B’Omer event before 2021 deadly crush and can’t be responsible for what he doesn’t know
From the Blogs
Panicking over your grocery and fuel bills? You’re not alone
6 tips to help you manage the rising prices until the global economy rights itself
Far from front lines, Vinnytsia still in shock a week after deadly Russian strike
VINNYTSIA, Ukraine -- A pink teddy bear smiles up at the summer sun, a yellow ribbon tied around its neck. Next to it lies a brown bear, and beyond it, dozens more stuffed animals, a pile of lifeless smiles on a sidewalk caked in ash. Shards of glass scattered across the pavement glint like jagged...
School in east Ukraine hit by Russian strike, bodies found
Gantz: We can leverage the Abraham Accords to strengthen the Palestinian Authority
Defense minister says he backs ‘2-entity solution,’ refraining from using the term ‘state’; says Israel has participated in 10 multinational military exercises since 2020 deals
The time I went to an NCSY shabbaton led by Baruch Lanner
Tear-jerking stories and carefully orchestrated music and dancing made a heady mix of guilt-trip and inspiration. But at what cost salvation?
Daphna Aviram Nitzan
An Israeli jobs surplus isn’t as good as it sounds
When a worker shortage slows the economy, training people for some sectors and improving terms in others boost growth all around. The government should step in
Syria says Israeli airstrikes near Damascus kill 3 soldiers, wound 7
Damage reported in suburb of Sayyidah Zaynab, near Syrian capital
Ukrainian professionals turn to Israel for help in treating mental trauma
AP — Ukrainian therapist Svitlana Kutsenko thought she was making progress with her patients — army veterans recovering from mental trauma suffered during fighting with Russia in 2014. Then, war erupted again. Now, five months after Russia invaded Ukraine, Kutsenko says the situation looks bleaker than ever. Many of her patients have returned...
Ukraine farmers hope UN-brokered deal will free grain for export
Ukraine, Russia to sign elusive grain deal in Turkey on Friday
Record temperatures across US as relentless heat wave engulfs the nation
Health alerts issued to 100 million Americans, with emergencies declared in Washington and Philadelphia, as temperatures pass 110 degrees in some areas
Fires torch Europe: Continent set for record forest loss as heat fuels flames
Police arrest armed Palestinian in Jerusalem, suspect he planned stabbing
Officials say 33-year-old East Jerusalem man followed worshipers with knife, arrested by Border Police forces
IDF launches major engineering drive to strengthen defenses along West Bank barrier
Times Will Tell
Podcast: Singing sisters fuse together world music, piyyut and jazz
Welcome to Times Will Tell, The Times of Israel’s weekly feature podcast. This week we’re speaking to Shani and Yahala Lachmish, a pair of sisters who are musicians, singers and composers, and have been singing onstage for most of their lives. The Lachmish sisters speak about their band, Tandu, a loose translation from the...
Israel to send team to Moscow as Russia threatens to shutter Jewish Agency offices
Judah Ari Gross
Israel will send a delegation to Moscow next week to meet with Russian officials over the Kremlin's intention to shut down the Jewish Agency in the country, the Prime Minister's Office said Thursday. Earlier in the day, the Russian justice ministry filed an appeal with a Moscow district...
Belarus leader blames West for Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, but says war must end
Jan. 6 probe: Trump wouldn’t say ‘election is over’ on video after Capitol riot
MARY CLARE JALONICK
Investigation committee airs new footage showing former US president a day after insurrection, as aides say he ‘poured gasoline on the fire’ and watched events unfold on TV
Man attempts to stab Lee Zeldin, Republican nominee for New York governor
Exhibit explores shift of paisley prints from Persian palaces to psychedelic symbol
‘Paisley, A Princely Pattern,’ an exhibit at Jerusalem’s Museum of Islamic Art, displays history of the bohemian design
‘You’re going to be buried’: Iran’s ambassador to Azerbaijan threatens Israeli envoy
High Court okays revoking terrorists’ citizenship, but says some must get residency
Dozens of Jewish graves vandalized at 600-year-old Turkish cemetery
David I. Klein
Israeli killed while jumping with wingsuit in Italian Alps
Man dies after falling off breakwater in Ashdod
BBC apologizes to former royal nanny for false claims of affair with Charles
Biden tests positive for COVID-19, a week after visiting Israel on Mideast tour
Light it up
Aliens? Root cause of Australia’s pink sky a bit more dope
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