1. Why is Egypt's government targeting Al-Jazeera?

    Why is Egypt's government targeting Al-Jazeera?

    Following the arrests of journalists working for Al-Jazeera in Cairo, writer Hugh Miles looks at why the broadcaster has become a target for the Egyptian authorities. Since the overthrow of President Mohammed Morsi in July this year, the climate for journalists working in Egypt has become much tougher. As the...

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  2. Israel aids Syria

    Israel aids Syria

    Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon on Tuesday announced that Israel has sent humanitarian aid to Syria during a visit to the Golan, reports AFP. “We’ve sent food, water, baby food and other humanitarian products,” said Ya’alon, adding “we cannot remain idle when civilians are being confronted by a humanitarian crisis.” The Defense Minister’s...

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  3. New benefit plans for Aliyah

    New benefit plans for Aliyah

    Under a new program to encourage more new immigrants to Israel (olim) to settle in peripheral areas, the Ministerial Committee for the Development of the Negev and the Galilee on Monday authorized a new plan for the absorption of families of returning Israelis and new immigrants to areas in northern...

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  4. Adopt a Pet ‘Made in Israel’

    Adopt a Pet ‘Made in Israel’

    The Israeli export market has often been described as being more than creative. However, this latest project goes far beyond anything experienced to date.  Like most countries, Israel is not alone in having abandoned or homeless pets struggling for survival. In the face of winter being just around the corner,...

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  5. Adopt a Pet 'Made in Israel'

    Adopt a Pet 'Made in Israel'

    The Israeli export market has often been described as being more than creative. However, this latest project goes far beyond anything experienced to date.  Like most countries, Israel is not alone in having abandoned or homeless pets struggling for survival. In the face of winter being just around the corner,...

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  6. Syria conflict: Grief and anger in Damascus

    Syria conflict: Grief and anger in Damascus

      A shell slammed through a sandbagged window in a nearby Damascus school   “I don’t recognise him.” Samira Zakhi screamed with a mother’s piercing wail that filled the largest morgue in Damascus. “He was blonde and had green eyes, but now his eyes are gone,” she cried. These were...

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