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2700-year-old governor seal found in Jerusalem

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  A small clay seal impression was discovered by the Western Wall Plaza in Jerusalem’s Old City on January 1, 2018. The seal is one of seven found in the past five years of the archaeological dig led by the Israel Antiquities Authority. The seals date back thousands of years, and the most recent find…

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Deputy justice attempts to reduce police racism

in Life, Culture & Sports

Ethiopian-Israeli minors living in Israel get arrested at four times the rate of any other ethnicity. When it comes to adult rates of arrest, they are double. While there is a criminal sector living in this community, many cases are reported with blatant racism, injustice, and discrimination towards the Ethiopian – Israeli community, which makes…

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Israel Population Almost 9 Million

in Economy & Innovation

On the eve of 2018, the Central Bureau of Statistics published data announcing the state of Israel’s current population, which stands at 8,793,000. The population grew by 165,000 since 2016, due to 180,000 babies being born and 44,000 deaths. The Jewish population makes up about 75% of the total population, while about 21% of the…

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Underground cave uncovered in residential neighborhood

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During routine construction in the central Israeli town of Rosh Ha’Ayin came a discovery that halted the current construction. Workers on site uncovered a large limestone cave which has been preserved underneath a neighborhood street. The city’s municipality contacted the Israel Nature and Parks Authority in order to measure the safety risks, the need for…

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New Names Uncovered from World War II

in Economy & Innovation

Over seventy years after World War II ended, over a million victims of the Holocaust remain anonymous and unknown. In Hungary, where a bulk of the murders took place, only certain information was known, including train schedules, headcount, and which trains would be arriving in Auschwitz. However, the names of the people who stepped onto…

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