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Tracking device wins first place at JCT's student hackathon

The winning team, Wi-Find, developed an easy-to-use solution using inexpensive components that can pick up data from the signals around it.

Bahrain, Israel begin first humanitarian cooperation

Bahraini envoy meets Sylvan Adams at Save a Child’s Heart home in Holon.

American football is alive and kicking in the Holy Land as Israel hosts Flag Worlds

Israel has rocketed to a world leader in American football, competing in tournaments worldwide.

Yemenite immigrants

Health Ministry helped Israel kidnap Yemenite children in 1950s - report

It has become an accepted narrative that upward of 1,000 babies were taken from their families and put up for adoption.

Gilboa Prison pimping affair: Knesset rejects investigation proposal

The proposal, which would designate discussions to establish a state inquiry committee into the pimping affair, fell 46-41 in the Knesset plenum.

‘The Translators’: An entertaining film in any language - review

While it may not be especially plausible, it’s delicious fun.

Jerusalem Rabbinate chairman dismissed by Matan Kahana

The professional head of the Jerusalem Rabbinate has been accused of improper behavior in a series of incidents, highlighted by municipal comptroller reports.

VIEW OF a damaged building after a fire broke out at Iran’s Natanz Nuclear Facility, in Isfahan on J

58% of Israeli Jews back striking Iran’s nuke program without US consent

That number drops to 51% of Israelis when Israel’s entire population is taken into account, including its significant Arab minority.

New gov’t in Berlin marks end of Merkel era, maintains her Israel policy - analysis

Olaf Scholz was in Angela Merkel's coalition, and the new chancellor has said that he plans to mostly stay with her foreign policy.

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