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Tigers’ Young to be evaluated following N.Y. incident

Delmon Young, the Detroit Tigers outfielder who was arrested in New York for allegedly attacking a group of men and making anti-Semitic remarks, will be evaluated by a health care professional.

Donor’s gift enabling Milwaukee school to offer first year free

A major gift from an anonymous donor will allow the Milwaukee Jewish Day School to offer fully subsidized tuition for new students.

Major British food retailer cuts ties with suppliers of West Bank produce

The United Kingdom’s fifth largest food retailer has ended trade with suppliers who export produce grown in West Bank settlements.

In Belgium, national rupture spreads to Jews

With the Dutch-speaking Flemish half of Belgium increasingly at odds with the French-speaking part of the country, Belgium’s corresponding Jewish communities are finding themselves at loggerheads, too.

Political sources say general elections in Israel could be a few months away

Israeli ministerial committee: Let parents vote on nationwide textbook plan

Electric-car buyers to get thousands of shekels in tax benefits

Israel joins UN list of states limiting human rights organizations

French Jewish leader in hot waterover apparent endorsement of Sarkozy

Former Mossad chief, Israeli minister trade accusations at New York conference

Ex-Mossad Chief Dagan: Conflict between Israel, Iran is the entire world’s problem

Former Mossad chief backs Shin Bet counterpart over criticism of Netanyahu, Barak

Israel tells High Court will demolish illegal West Bank buildings according to own ‘priorities’

Major British supermarket chain announces boycott of produce made in West Bank settlements

The top 7 headlines you may have missed / Haaretz Newsline, April 29

Iran hopes nuclear dispute will be settled at Baghdad meeting

Israelis share a beer at Tel Aviv’s first bar-restaurant co-op

Israeli cabinet approves temporary housing for Migron settlers

Netanyahu: Israel soon to require national service for Israeli Arabs

Tel Aviv police arrest suspect in firebombing attack targeting asylum seekers

Poll: Netanyahu Maintains Power, Even in Early Elections

Poll conducted for the Yisrael Hayom newspaper gives Netanyahu’s Likud 31 seats. Kadima and Mofaz drop from 28 to 13.

Foreign Journalists Visit Threatened Beit El Neighborhood

A group foreign journalists visit the Ulpana neighborhood in Beit El, meet with residents, and hear their story.

Injured Soldier Receives Certificate in Hospital

IAF Commander visits Hadassah-Ein Kerem Hospital and awards a certificate of merit to soldier who was injured on Mount Herzl.

Mofaz: It’s Me or Netanyahu

Opposition leader MK Shaul Mofaz: the real battle in the next election will be between me and Netanyahu.

Verbal Confrontation at New York Conference

Verbal confrontation breaks out between Environment Minister Erdan and former Mossad chief Meir Dagan over Diskin’s remarks.

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