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Avraham ‘Baiga’ Shochat, first mayor of Arad and Rabin’s finance minister, dies at 88

Born in Tel Aviv in 1936, civil engineer hailed as a ‘restless achiever,’ first in the newly established Negev city and later in the Knesset as...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Remesas del exterior hacia Perú alcanzan los US$ 4.446 millones en 2023

Las remesas provenientes de peruanos residentes en el exterior alcanzaron los US$ 4.446 millones en 2023, lo que representó un crecimiento de...

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América Economía

América Economía

(POGLED) Kolumna Vesne V. Godina: Bravo, ministrica Valentina Prevolnik Rupel! To bo konec moči Fidesa, kot jo poznamo

Ministrica opozarja, da je treba reorganizirati mrežo javnih bolnišnic na število, ki bi zagotavljalo dostopnost v 30 minutah za 85 odstotkov...

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Večer

Vesna V. Godina

Blurring the Line Between Work and Sick Time

The sick-time slide: Merging work and sick time is hurting our health.

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Psychology Today

Mary Mcnaughton-Cassill Ph.d

The Algorithm and Its Discontents

LONDON – In a new lawsuit in the United States against Meta, 41 states and the District of Columbia argue that two of the company’s...

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Project Syndicate

Mariana Mazzucato

Biden and Trump win Michigan, but ‘uncommitted’ votes a concern for Democrats

‘Uncommitted’ tally near the 15% mark needed to qualify for delegates statewide, after campaign by activists protesting US president’s support...

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The Times of Israel

Seung Min Kim

Rethinking ‘an eye for an eye’: A journey towards death penalty abolition

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The Times of Israel (Blogs)

Michael Zoosman

What Did Oct. 7 Change for American Jews?

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The Times of Israel (Blogs)

Barry L. Schwartz

Qatari emir warns of ‘race against time’ to free hostages, as deal seems to take shape

Israeli official tells public broadcaster ‘there’s very cautious optimism’ after Qatari mediators relay Hamas terror group’s response to some...

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The Times of Israel

Agencies

Gallant extends administrative detention of settler activist by three months

Ariel Danino’s wife slams right-wing cabinet ministers over matter; National Security Minister Ben Gvir accuses defense minister, who signed order,...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Phoenix tank unit, after arising from retired reservists’ fighting spirit, disbands

Group of former soldiers hammered together 5 armored combat companies for Gaza war since Oct.7; army sees its task as completed, but leader hints...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Jerusalem’s Moshe Lion, Tel Aviv’s Ron Huldai cruise to victory in mayoral races

As election results roll in, Holon’s veteran mayor loses seat after 30 years while Beit Shemesh and Haifa will go to run-off races after no...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Daily Briefing Feb 28: Day 145 – Israel’s conflict with Iran comes into focus in Syria

Arab affairs reporter Gianluca Pacchiani on the PA government’s resignation; reporter Canaan Lidor on Tiberias as a political microcosm, and a...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

Hostage families set out on four-day march from Supernova massacre site to Jerusalem

Relatives of those held captive in Gaza speak about their loved ones at the site of the music festival massacre before departing for Sderot with...

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The Times of Israel

Jessica Steinberg

Archeologists dig up clues on Philistines from psychedelic plants in ancient temples

New study examines remains of food, seeds, flowers found in Gath that were used in ancient Greece in worship of female deities, indicating foreign...

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The Times of Israel

Ariella Oldfield

Ruth Fein, ‘absolute giant of the Boston Jewish community,’ dies at 96

Shattering glass ceilings every step of the way, Fein played a transformational role in Jewish communal life, infusing her work with her passion...

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The Times of Israel

Penny Schwartz

Father of lone soldier killed in Jerusalem stabbing attack runs for Georgia state Senate

David Lubin is challenging incumbent progressive democrat Sen. Sally Harrell after she failed to back the state’s adoption of the IHRA...

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The Times of Israel

Jackie Hajdenberg

EDITORIAL: History casts a dark shadow on Cambodia’s family dynasty

Many dictators have come to a miserable end by concentrating power in the hands of just one leader or their kin and thereby undermining national...

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The Asahi Shimbun

The Asahi Shimbun

Time theft

By William R. Jones Recently, I surfaced an old newspaper clipping headlined “The costliest theft of all: Work time." Robert Half (before passing...

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The Korea Times

Thoughts Of The Times

(POGLED) Župan dela dobro. Izvolite račun, meščanke in meščani

Andrej Petelinšek V nadaljevanju preberite:  Čakamo razplet županovega boja za "svojega malega otroka", kot je sam ljubeče poimenoval Javni...

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Večer

Tanja Cvitko

V kabinetu predsednika vlade so se odzvali na Macronovo izjavo: Se Slovenija pripravlja na napotitev sil v Ukrajino?

Premier Robert Golob v Parizu s predsednikom Emmanuelom Macronom ob prihodu na konferenco v podporo Ukrajini. Yoan Valat V Bruslju so v odzivu...

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Večer

Boris Jaušovec

Incels Uncovered: How Potent Is the Black Pill?

Poor mental health and ideology predict harmful attitudes in a diverse group.

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Psychology Today

Andrew G. Thomas Phd Cpsychol Mbacp

Rolling shapes

How a playful experiment, motivated by scientists’ curiosity, could have novel applications in the realm of quantum optics - by Aeon Video Watch...

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Aeon

Aeon Video

Disney’s ‘Shogun’ has a lot to teach the West

One of the most famous tales ever set in Japan is back. Walt Disney is spending millions on a glossy new adaptation of the James Clavell saga...

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The Japan Times

Gearoid Reidy

K-food evolves from local delicacies to global phenomenon

By Kwon Mee-yoo Korean food is making an ascent in the ever-evolving international culinary scene with its rich flavors and distinctive dishes,...

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The Korea Times

Columns

The inexorable movement toward a divided global economy

Imagine a barbell. That is, in my mind, the future shape of the global economy. Two separate spheres, one the economies of the West and the other...

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The Japan Times

Brad Glosserman

Judgment Days for Democracy

LONDON – Day by day, week by week, courts are increasingly becoming the front line in the struggle to preserve democracy from populists and...

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Project Syndicate

Nicholas Reed Langen

No one wins in a lose-lose world

If the international community was ever on track toward a more peaceful and just global order, it was during the early post-Cold War years. While...

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The Japan Times

Tobias Bunde And Sophie Eisentraut

Indonesia's next president must not roll back democracy

Progress made over past quarter century should be protected

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Nikkei Asian Review

Nikkei Editorial

Clash with Pakistan shows Iran must take its neighbors more seriously

Tehran should focus on frontier security rather than rely on cross-border strikes

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Nikkei Asian Review

Vali Kaleji

Surgery without a stay: Ichilov hospital unveils new operating rooms to cut wait times

System supporting 10 new operating rooms uses digital health to offer optimal care without adding beds to hospital’s wards

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The Times of Israel

Renee Ghert-Zand

Will Biden drag Sunak into Houthi quagmire as Bin Salman struggles to break free?

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Middle East Monitor

Zayd Alisa

Municipal election results pour in as ballots tallied throughout the night

Not-yet final results show Jerusalem’s Lion, Ron Huldai of Tel Aviv and others cruising to reelection, some going down in defeat and several...

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The Times of Israel

Toi Staff

In Tiberias, Haredi locals cheer for defeat of their secularist nemesis’ comeback bid

Exit polls indicate former mayor Ron Kobi has lost race to candidate endorsed by influential ultra-Orthodox rabbis, in microcosm of Israel’s...

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The Times of Israel

Canaan Lidor

Ukraine and Korean War

Decision makers should learn lessons from the past By John Merrill   In some ways, the dynamics of the Ukraine-Russian conflict, which began two...

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The Korea Times

Editorial

US support: Is TikTok’s power waning?

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The Times of Israel (Blogs)

Ben Lazarus

Walter Wheeler Jr.: Standing Up for What’s Right

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The Times of Israel (Blogs)

Michael Feldstein

Chana and Eli

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The Times of Israel (Blogs)

Kenneth Cohen

A response to Jon Stewart

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The Times of Israel (Blogs)

Natan Kohn-Magnus

I Was Accused of Being an Israeli Spy When I Stood Up for Human Rights

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The Times of Israel (Blogs)

Orly Benaroch Light

It Sounds Like Fiction, but Israel’s Sabra is a Real-Life Intelligence Innovator

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The Times of Israel (Blogs)

James Galfund

Airbus y LCI se unen para impulsar el desarrollo de ecosistemas avanzados de movilidad aérea

Airbus y la empresa de aviación LCI han anunciado este martes un acuerdo de colaboración para desarrollar conjuntamente ecosistemas para la...

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América Economía

América Economía

Memo to Prime Minister Netanyahu

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The Times of Israel (Blogs)

Marc J. Rosenstein

K-culture delivers opportunities for brands

By HS Chung K-culture, K-pop, K-drama — Korean popular culture is everywhere, and that’s good news for Korean brands. The world — and the press...

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The Korea Times

Guest Column

Europe is home alone

By Joschka Fischer   Joschka Fischer BERLIN – Europe’s situation in 2024 is difficult, even dangerous. In Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir...

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The Korea Times

Guest Column

K-food evolves from local delicacies to global phenomenon

By Kwon Mee-yoo Korean food is making an ascent in the ever-evolving international culinary scene with its rich flavors and distinctive dishes,...

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The Korea Times

Guest Column

Age of Reason: Episode 6

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The Times of Israel (Blogs)

Benjamin Folkinshteyn

Benefits of ginger

By Kim Ae-ran   Especially during winter, we are used to drinking Jujube (red date) ginger cinnamon tea. Always after making kimchi to be...

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The Korea Times

Thoughts Of The Times

VOX POPULI: Our anger must never cool over ‘vital’ political fund-raisers

What aspects of everyday life are deemed to be essential in Japan? And, what, exactly, are “fuyo-fukyu” (nonessential or non-urgent)? We were...

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The Asahi Shimbun

The Asahi Shimbun

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