Friday, August 29, 2014 Elul 3, 5774
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JTA
JERUSALEM — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry left Israel without bringing Israeli and Palestinian officials back to the peace negotiating table. Kerry said, however, that “real progress” had been made during his whirlwind trip and he would return to the region. He left Israel for Asia on Sunday afternoon following three meetings each with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu...
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Hillel Kuttler, JTA
Maccabi Haifa captures a national basketball championship in Israel with a "little" help from a onetime Philadelphia Sixers executive.
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JTA
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel was ready to enter serious peace negotiations with the Palestinians, while his coalition partner Naftali Bennett said a pact would lead to more violence.
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JTA
Israel’s Cabinet approved the export of about 40 percent of its recently discovered reserves of natural gas while keeping a 25-year supply for the country’s consumption.
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JTA
Druze leaders living on the Israeli Golan Heights asked Israel’s prime minister to allow some Druze in Syria to enter Israel.
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