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Israel to host seven overseas air forces for largest ever drill

Israel will host air forces from seven countries this fall for a drill hailed as the largest exercise ever held in the skies above Israel. 314 more words

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Senators bring new Iran sanctions bill over missile tests, terrorism

WASHINGTON (JTA) — A bipartisan slate of senators has introduced new sanctions targeting Iran for its missile testing and destabilizing actions days before AIPAC’s national conference. 563 more words

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Australia's Sikh Heroes.

Harjit follows the Sikh practice of wearing a turban and not cutting his hair or beard, but he talks with an accent that puts him in the league of Paul Hogan. 441 more words
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The Woods Whisper

They spoke in halting phrases, the elves whispering in the trees, like leaves rustling in the wind.

All hung on branches, or lay on boughs, or leant slumped on boles, dispirited. 243 more words

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Taliban Take an Afghan District, Sangin, That Many Marines Died to Keep

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — The Taliban captured the strategic district of Sangin in the southern province of Helmand on Thursday, according to local officials. It was the culmination of a yearslong offensive that took the lives of more combatants than any other fight for territory in Afghanistan. 1,244 more words

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Professor Scheffer, I am your client and I deserve some answers

Professor Scheffer,

I am your client, Refik Hodzic. Perhaps you are surprised to hear this since we have never met and you are not directly familiar with my name, but allow me to explain the two bases of our relationship, which stems from your role in the team that submitted the futile application for revision of the International Court of Justice’s judgment from 2007 in the case of Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Serbia. 3,575 more words

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