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TV polls: Potential new right-wing alliance would win big in new election

Survey finds joint slate led by Liberman, Bennett, Sa’ar and ex-Mossad chief Yossi Cohen would be largest party with 25 Knesset seats, day after...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

1,600-year-old papyrus fragment contains earliest account of Jesus’ childhood

Scrap from extra-biblical Infancy Gospel of Thomas discovered in German archive contains story of young Jesus bringing clay birds to life on the...

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The Times of Israel

Gavriel Fiske

‘Antisemitic and un-American’: Biden slams anti-Israel demonstration at LA synagogue

US president leads condemnations of protest that descended into violent clashes between Israel supporters, pro-Palestinian activists in heavily...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Captive’s parents: New clip a reminder to leaders of people behind the word ‘hostage’

Jordanian police find explosives in Amman that security sources allege are part of an Iran-linked plot to destabilize the key US ally

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Knesset passes first reading of bill that raises retirement age for IDF reservists

Opposition slams coalition for moving to renew temporary service extension for reserve troops, noting parallel effort to exempt Haredi students...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

After abduction clip airs, hostages’ families urge leaders to take notice, reach a deal

Parents, siblings of Hersh Goldberg-Polin, Or Levy and Eliya Cohen call on government to seek an agreement for release all those held in Gaza:...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Absorption Ministry to slash rental assistance for new immigrants

Aid shrinks by nearly half to NIS 8,712 over two years, with additional monthly stipends for those moving to ‘national priority’ areas; Elkin:...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Not just Bowman and Congress: Israel-Hamas war also impacting NYC local races

Progressive candidates standing in Democratic primaries across the city’s 5 boroughs link criticism of Israel to local issues, from police...

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The Times of Israel

Luke Tress

Wikileaks founder Assange leaves UK after reaching plea deal to avoid prison in US

Australian to appear in court in US commonwealth Saipan, plead guilty to conspiracy to obtain and disseminate national defense information; 5-year...

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The Times of Israel

Thanaporn Promyamyai

Do You Need Fierce Self-Compassion?

Be kinder to yourself: Set healthy boundaries and stand up for yourself.

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Psychology Today

Michelle Mcquaid Ph.d

Payback: When Rumination Leads to Retribution

The urge for revenge can sabotage present and future happiness. Here’s how.

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Psychology Today

Loriann Oberlin Ms

EDITORIAL: Top court ruling protects rights of children of sexual minorities

The Supreme Court has ruled that a transgender woman can legally be recognized as the father of her child, conceived using her own frozen sperm...

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The Asahi Shimbun

The Asahi Shimbun

Catch a Falling Leaf: A Different Approach to Mindfulness

Once you appreciate what mindfulness really means, you can find it in any activity.

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Psychology Today

Phil Stark

Is Virtual Therapy as Effective as In-Person Therapy?

Consider these factors when deciding on virtual versus in-person therapy.

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Psychology Today

Leslie Becker-Phelps Ph.d

Screen Use by Children Is a Known Threat to Mental Health

Preventing “technoference” in children’s lives is a huge problem for parents.

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Psychology Today

Michael Ungar Ph.d

Inquiring About Sex Crime Records: Ensuring Children’s Safety Should Be Top Priority

Editorial 18:05 JST, June 24, 2024 To protect children from sex crimes, it is important to properly implement a newly established system. The law...

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The Japan News

The Japan News Editorial

French elites’ silence on Le Pen is deafening

French President Emmanuel Macron’s state of mind has drawn stinging rebukes from his party and allies after he called snap parliamentary...

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The Japan Times

Lionel Laurent

Sam Vitale's grotto for the Virgin Mary

Whenever I went to church with my devout mother, her first act of faith was to put her hands together to pray in front of Blessed Mary standing in...

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The Korea Times

Kim Ae-Ran

Encouraging Work Is the Right Policy Response to AI

WASHINGTON, DC – “Nothing stops a bullet like a job.” So says Father Gregory Boyle, a Jesuit priest and the founder of Homeboy Industries, the...

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Project Syndicate

Michael R. Strain

BlackRock: there can be no compromise with evil

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Middle East Monitor

Chandra Muzaffar

Europe’s Future Now Lies With France

BERLIN – Although the European Union’s 27 member states are formally equal, the reality is that there are huge differences between them. The...

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Project Syndicate

Joschka Fischer

Todd G. Buchholz on US debt, Chinese trade practices, industrial policy, and more

Project Syndicate: In 2020, you argued that deregulation, corporate-tax cuts, and a more business-friendly environment in general would “help the...

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Project Syndicate

Todd G. Buchholz

We’ve got to get deep-sea mining right

They call them “critical minerals” for a reason. Cobalt, copper, lithium, nickel and the tongue-twisting assortment of rare earth elements (REEs)...

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The Japan Times

Brad Glosserman

Nvidia’s explosive growth masks AI disillusionment

Does anyone in Silicon Valley know the saying, "the bigger they are, the harder they fall?” Perhaps it is just a matter of time before they will....

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The Japan Times

Parmy Olson

Asia needs more collaboration to make food and drinks healthier

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Nikkei Asian Review

Matt Kovac

The ‘Blue Horse’ of Mongolia and the safety of Lake Baikal – the news is encouraging, but not yet reassuring

The ‘Blue Horse’ is a project noble in its designs, aiming to bring water to those lands where sand dust rules. Nevertheless, despite all the...

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New Eastern Outlook

Bair Danzanov

Is the EU doing enough to prepare for wildfires?

Climate change is fueling ever more frequent and intense fires across Europe. What is being done to help the continent navigate a fire-risk future?

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Deutsche Welle

Holly Young

US journalist Evan Gershkovich faces Russian spy charges

Evan Gershkovich, a US reporter, is accused of being a CIA spy and has been detained in a Moscow jail for over a year. He could face up to 20 years...

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Deutsche Welle

Thomas Latschan

National Populism and Anti-Globalism: Conspiracy Theories and the Reactionary International

Many disciplines of the social sciences have come to grapple with the growth of far-right political movements which self-consciously pit themselves...

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E-International

Joseph Patrick Mcaulay

Paper trails

On the morning of 24 September 1938, a Franciscan priest by the name of Herman Van Breda arrived at the Belgian Embassy in Berlin, Germany,...

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Aeon

Peter Salmon

New Uzbekistan, Old Tricks

With so many activists in Uzbekistan once again behind bars, the president’s promises of reform ring increasingly hollow.

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The Diplomat

Mihra Rittmann

Daily Briefing June 25: Day 263 – Opposition raps PM, says he thinks himself a ‘king’

Political correspondent Sam Sokol discusses submarine affair, heated Knesset debate; Arab affairs reporter Gianluca Pacchiani talks about...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Israeli man and his partner missing in Philippines

Yitzhak Cohen and Geneva Lopez haven’t been seen since Friday; couple’s burned-out car discovered

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Sister of Hamas chief Haniyeh, 9 others said killed in IDF strike in Gaza

Military doesn’t comment on attack, but says it separately struck two schools in Gaza City where October 7 terrorists were gathered

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The Times of Israel

Emanuel Fabian

IDF plan to replace Hamas to begin in northern Gaza in ‘coming days’ – Hanegbi

Apparently backing IDF Spokesman Hagari, national security adviser says Israel can’t get rid of Hamas ‘as an idea’; expresses some optimism...

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The Times of Israel

Lazar Berman

In historic ruling, High Court says government must draft Haredi men into IDF

Unanimous decision also says state is barred from financially supporting yeshivas whose students are eligible for the draft, noting, ‘Burden of...

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The Times of Israel

Jeremy Sharon

Finding Innocence in the Trash

Atrocities like September 11 and October 7 do not definite humanity.

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Psychology Today

Craig L. Katz M.d

5 Game-Changing Strategies for Neurodivergent Couples

Neurodivergent couples face specific strengths and challenges.

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Psychology Today

Jennifer Gerlach Lcsw

Cultivating Resilience: The Interplay of Dread and Hope

Holding on to hope requires resilience and self-compassion.

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Psychology Today

Hospital

Tariffs on Chinese Cleantech Jeopardize the Green Transition

CAMBRIDGE – With historic heat waves sweeping across the United States and other parts of the Northern Hemisphere, June is expected to be the...

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Project Syndicate

Jeffrey Frankel

Ending the Protectionist Scourge Would Benefit All

WASHINGTON, DC – The World Trade Organization is among the greatest success stories of the post-World War II era. By establishing rules based on...

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Project Syndicate

Anne O. Krueger

About the Chinese multipurpose seaport in Peru

The port of Chancay (80 km north of Lima) is currently Beijing’s most ambitious project in Latin America; it will consolidate China’s position in...

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New Eastern Outlook

Mikhail Ilevich

Are Saudi Arabia's plans for a non-oil future too grand?

Ski slopes in the desert and a city of mirrored skyscrapers: Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030 was always going to be expensive. But is it too expensive?...

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Deutsche Welle

Cathrin Schaer

Germany's center right gets tough on Ukrainian refugees

Germany's center-right parties are pushing for stricter measures for refugees from Ukraine, including reduced benefits and job requirements....

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Deutsche Welle

Ben Knight

WEF in China: Global economy in a slump

China has been the driver of the global economy for years, but now it's hitting roadblocks. It's just one of the many topics at this year's World...

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Deutsche Welle

Manuela Kasper-Claridge

Are Western nations sincere about Bangladesh’s drive against corruption and Kleptocracy?

In January 2009, when the Awami League came to power through a landslide victory in December’s general elections, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina...

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Blitz

Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury

Opinion – The Unholy Alliance: Fossil Fuels and War

In the global chessboard of energy, fossil fuels have long been powerful pieces, driving economies and, unfortunately, fuelling conflicts. Wars...

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E-International

Svitlana Romanko

Uruguay envía primera certificación de carne de exportación libre de desforestación a la UE

Se concretó la primera certificación de carne uruguaya de exportación libre de desforestación, enviada hacia la Unión Europea (UE) vía...

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América Economía

América Economía

Outtrip, traveltech argentina, anuncia llegada a México y prevé negocios por US$ 500.000 en el primer año

La traveltech argentina Outtrip anuncia que está iniciando operaciones en México, lo que representa una oportunidad de negocio de más de US$...

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América Economía

América Economía

Perú: inversiones en puertos concesionados por Ositran sumaron US$ 66 millones en mayo

Las inversiones ejecutadas y valorizadas por los puertos concesionados supervisados por el Organismo Supervisor de la Inversión en Infraestructura...

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América Economía

América Economía

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