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Italy’s PM says Israel has fallen into a Hamas trap in Gaza

Top UN officials warn ‘real risk’ of miscalculation leading to wider Israel-Lebanon conflict * US: Qatar, Egypt to talk to Hamas soon

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

At protests, coalition implored to reach hostage deal, bashed for not tackling Hezbollah

12 arrested in Tel Aviv as tens of thousands rally to urge a deal with Hamas, demand elections, decry Haredi draft exemptions, and fume at attacks...

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The Times of Israel

Charlie Summers

Israel Must Oust Its Failed Government Before It Sinks Into the Moral Abyss

Israel is at the height of a developing crisis that is far from being over. It's the most serious and dangerous crisis in the country's history. It...

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Haaretz

Ehud Barak

Thy will be done

Ven. Pomnyun is arguably the most popular and respected religious figure in Korea today. He is a household name, known mostly for his engaging Q&A...

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The Korea Times

Jason Lim

Joseon's red sky

Sunset in Seoul on June 15, 2020 – at the beginning of the covid pandemic. Robert Neff Collection. One of the least appreciated but arguably the...

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The Korea Times

Robert Neff

Malaysia’s Chinese retain deep-rooted sense of national belonging despite pride in China’s rise

The local Chinese community has forged a cultural identity with traits that are distinctly Malaysian, even as re-Sinicisation becomes a contentious...

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South China Morning Post

Peter T. C. Chang

Protesters block major highways and interchanges in call for early elections

Anti-government groups demonstrate for equality in military draft outside IDF induction center, call for ‘tax boycott’ outside Tel Aviv...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Two reservists killed in north Gaza, as soldiers slain in Rafah blast named

Tank hit by explosive, killing Cpt. (res.) Eitan Koplovich and Warrant Officer (res.) Elon Weiss, wounding two others seriously

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The Times of Israel

Emanuel Fabian

IDF announces daily pause in fighting along key south Gaza road to increase aid flow

Military stresses operations against Hamas in Rafah continue despite 11-hour pause each day on route leading from Kerem Shalom to Khan Younis

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The Times of Israel

Emanuel Fabian

Fringe far-right conference to advocate occupation and settlement of south Lebanon

Uri Tzafon organization sends eviction notices to residents of Israel’s northern neighbor by balloons and drone, says Jewish settlement is...

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The Times of Israel

Sam Sokol

California schools hold graduation ceremonies with little disruption over Gaza war

Some students wear keffiyehs, peacefully walk out at UCLA’s Luskin School of Public Affairs, as over 60 largely uneventful graduation ceremonies...

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The Times of Israel

Reuters

Iran rebukes G7 for ‘destructive policies of the past’ after nuclear program warning

Tehran says it will continue to cooperate with IAEA, accuses G7 of ‘resorting to false claims to continue sanctions’ after vow to act if Iran...

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The Times of Israel

Reuters

French protesters denounce far right ahead of elections; some also chant ‘Free Palestine’

250,000 people turn out to demonstrate amid fears the vote will produce France’s first far-right government since World War II

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The Times of Israel

Jade Le Deley

Step toward balanced educational exchanges between Korea, Japan, China

Kim Hanna This year marks the 25th anniversary of the trilateral summit between Korea, Japan and China, which was established in 1999 on the...

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The Korea Times

Kim Hanna

Beauty of space

“Jesus in Space: A True Story That’s Out of This World” written by Cecilia Cicone shares with us a touching experience of Tom Jones, an...

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The Korea Times

Kim Ae-Ran

Another row in the Israeli government

The resignation of Benny Gantz from the military cabinet of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has quite clearly exposed the vicious rows, quarrels...

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New Eastern Outlook

Viktor Mikhin

G7: Italy puts itself in the right light

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni put her right-wing nationalist views aside to show leadership at the annual G7 summit.

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Deutsche Welle

Bernd Riegert

In Sudan, Russia's Africa strategy advances another step

Sudan and Russia have reportedly agreed to establish a Russian navy base near Port Sudan, on the Red Sea. The West does not appear to have a...

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Deutsche Welle

Kersten Knipp

Europe needs a green power grid. What's holding it back?

A joint electricity grid for renewables would help Europe reach its climate targets. But the money to build one — and a spirit of cooperation —...

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Deutsche Welle

Andreas Becker

Eisenkot accuses PM of delaying Rafah offensive by 3 months due to political interests

In interviews, ex-war cabinet observer says Netanyahu is intimidated by far-right and should resign; says he regrets not pushing harder to extend...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Reduction in Govt Bond Purchases: BOJ Must Continue Taking Steps to Steadily Normalize Policy

Editorial 16:00 JST, June 15, 2024 It is important for the Bank of Japan to shift from its extraordinary monetary easing policy to a normalized...

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The Japan News

The Japan News Editorial

The end of the era of western Europe

The European Union and the countries of Western Europe are going through a difficult period in their history. In recent years, most countries have...

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New Eastern Outlook

Veniamin Popov

Netanyahu Insists on 'Total Victory' in Gaza Because He Can't End the War

The article in the Wall Street Journal exposing correspondence between Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar and his men also carried quotes from an interview...

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Haaretz

Carolina Landsmann

It’s far cheaper to help migrants before they leave home

Gardi Sugdub is a tiny island off Panama’s Caribbean coast that is jammed from end to end with housing for about 1,300 members of the Indigenous...

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The Japan Times

Mark Gongloff

The Ukraine war threatens Russia’s regional influence

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s vision of restoring Russia to its "rightful" place as a global power has long rested on dominating the Black...

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The Japan Times

Galip Dalay

Citing rescued hostage, captive soldier’s mom says women were held as slaves

Mothers share accounts of their children’s captivity at conference, with one saying girls forced to clean and cook

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

US preparing to temporarily remove Gaza pier due to sea conditions, official says

Offshore pier was only recently returned to service * Two men shot dead in northern Arab town

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

At The Hague, Israelis brave protests to present a portable ‘Hamas tunnel’ exhibit

A gallery owner from Israel and her allies shepherd visitors into a cramped replica fitted into the box of a truck so they can get some sense of...

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The Times of Israel

Canaan Lidor

Barclays bank pulls out of UK music festivals after boycotts over Israel ties

Spokesman says finance titan remains committed to defense sector, as bands accuse it of ‘bankrolling a genocide’ in Gaza; group leading backlash...

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The Times of Israel

Asaf Elia-Shalev

The G7 Summit and the need for a fairer world

The current international system that was put in place in the aftermath of the Second World War is struggling to address the many challenges and...

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Al Jazeera

Fahrettin Altun

Unpacking Blinken’s lies on the Gaza ceasefire negotiations

During a Wednesday press conference in Doha, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken was less than honest about a United States-proposed Gaza...

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Al Jazeera

Mohamad Elmasry

Daily Briefing June 15: Day 253 – UN reports show the weakness of international law

In the wake of 2 UN reports, ToI’s senior analyst Haviv Rettig Gur delves into global institutions used to delegitimize Israel, even as they...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

With a new leader and revamped strategy, it’s a second coming for Jews for Jesus

This month, Aaron Abramson becomes the third to hold the title – and the first Israeli – since the controversial organization was founded in...

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The Times of Israel

Asaf Elia-Shalev

Hajj proves religion can inspire peace

Pilgrimage – the devotional practice of journeying towards a site deemed sacred and collectively engaging in acts of worship and faith there – ...

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Al Jazeera

Shaykh M A Kholwadia

G7 calls on Israel to stop hobbling PA; say UNRWA must operate unhindered in Gaza

Joint communique welcomes new Palestinian Authority cabinet, singles out withholding PA tax revenue a day after Smotrich rerouted funds to Israeli...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Kate, UK’s Princess of Wales, appears publicly for first time since cancer diagnosis

Royal making good progress but ‘not out of the woods,’ she says, announcing participation in king’s birthday ‘Trooping the Color’ ceremony...

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The Times of Israel

David Millikin

Stephen Fry, Lena Dunham take father-daughter trip to Auschwitz in tragicomedy ‘Treasure’

Now in US theaters, the film based on the 2000 novel ‘Too Many Men’ sees two grieving family members take a roots trip to Poland in the...

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The Times of Israel

Toby Axelrod

M5S, Conte launch the ‘constituent assembly’

Analysis. Vittoria Baldino, deputy group leader in the Chamber: ‘Giuseppe Conte is and remains firmly at the head of the M5S.’ written by...

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Il Manifesto Global

Giuliano Santoro

Two young men shot to death in northern Arab town

Police investigating possible gangland connection; Lod storeowner in his early 20s dies from bullet wounds bringing toll in Arab community violence...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

After rescue op, freed hostage urges Israelis to attend Tel Aviv rally calling for deal

Protesters at weekly demonstrations to call for new elections, truce-hostage deal; Haredi draft exemption vote infuriates anti-government groups

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Kafr Qasim couple, 6-month-old daughter killed in car crash in Sinai

Ussayd, Jumana and Julia Amar were reportedly on way to Eid el-Adha celebrations after vacationing at Red Sea resort; two children survive with...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

US to temporarily remove aid pier from Gaza coast again due to bad weather

UN, aid agencies say transfer of goods from pier to Gazans remains suspended due to perception Israeli military used area during last week’s...

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The Times of Israel

Agencies

Modern Robin Hood with a social justice mandate helps returnees on path of renewal

During war, Social Delivery collects unwanted surplus from retailers and offices of tech firms and disperses the goods ranging from clothes to...

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The Times of Israel

Sharon Wrobel

Heather Conn Hendel, pillar of Toronto, NYC Jewish communities, dies at 48

Beloved teacher, matchmaker, and ‘Bikur Holim’ volunteer passes away months into marriage, shortly after giving birth to daughter

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The Times of Israel

Jackie Hajdenberg

El Al scraps post-Oct. 7 discount for shipping donated gear, quadrupling cost

National carrier complains ‘we weren’t making money off this program’ as IDF battlefield commanders and logistics officers reject its claim...

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The Times of Israel

Asaf Elia-Shalev

Can Memory Be Trusted?

Personal Perspective: My jury experience.

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Psychology Today

Ran D. Anbar M.d

It’s Not a Midlife Crisis, It’s More Like a Midlife Boost

New research shows, once again, how the midlife crisis is a myth.

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Psychology Today

Susan Krauss Whitbourne Phd

3 Ingredients You Need to Brew Romantic Chemistry

Put these ingredients together, and you won't need Cupid's help ever again.

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Psychology Today

Mark Travers Ph.d

Having a Meaningful Influence on Teens’ Behaviors

Connection over control.

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Psychology Today

Julie Baron Lcsw-C

(POVEČEVA) Kolumna Jane Javornik: Združeni centr(al)isti Evrope in njihovi zavihani rokavi

Predvolilna vročica na Otoku se stopnjuje. Stranke razgrinjajo politične programe verzija 2024, danes je laburističnega predstavil Keir Starmer,...

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Večer

Jana Javornik

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