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A Tel Aviv court ordered striking employees of the Israeli daily newspaper Maariv back to work.
A district court judge on Wednesday called the first work stoppage in the newspaper's 64-year history a "wildcat" strike and told the employees to file a complaint against the new...
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The 18-year-old, identified by Maariv as Raz Attias, drove with his 17-year-old girlfriend to a wooded area near Beit Shemesh near Jerusalem on Friday,...
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