The Chronicles

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Israeli children go on vacation, but dangers of Internet lurk ahead


Report: U.S. spied on EU diplomats in Washington, New York and Brussels


Rohani hints he will balance hard-line, reformist demands


Danny Danon poised to be elected head of Likud Central Committee


Assad forces bombard Homs; IDF deploys Iron Dome system near Haifa

The decision to place an Iron Dome battery in northern Israel appears to stem from tensions with Syria. Since the beginning of the year, batteries have been deployed several times in the Galilee and Haifa.     

Security cabinet member says Israel, Palestinians nowhere near renewal of peace talks

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry returns to Jerusalem, meets with PM for third meeting in two days; Palestinian official: ‘All Netanyahu’s rhetoric about two states seems meaningless since he did not mention 1967.’     

Palestinian PM unhurt in car accident with Israeli settlers


WATCH: Israeli artists say 'don't touch our Arak'


U.S urges dialogue as Egypt braces for protests; American Jewish student killed in Alexandria

Protest organizers say 22 million Egyptian signed petition to remove president Morsi; Andrew Pochter, 21, of Chevy Chase, Maryland, was stabbed to death on Friday.     

American Jewish student killed in Egypt

The U.S. citizen stabbed to death during clashes in Alexandria on Friday was Andrew Pochter, a college student teaching English to children and improving his Arabic, according to a Facebook post on Saturday that appeared to be from his family.     

Syrian army, backed by jets, launches assault on Homs


Netanyahu reassures Diaspora leaders he backs Sharansky plan for egalitarian prayer at Western Wall

In meeting with American Jewish leaders, PM says he stands behind Jewish Agency effort to allow greater scope for non-ultra-Orthodox prayer, Women of the Wall services.     

Former accountant general:Treasury is deliberately misleading the Israeli public


In sudden move, Chief Rabbi Amar extends visit in Spain, makes Shas sweat


Israeli official confirms four-way Amman peace summit likely


U.S. citizen, two Egyptians killed in protests as Egypt’s clerics warn of ‘civil war’

U.S. embassy to evacuate non-essential staff; religious leaders back President Mohammed Morsi’s offer to talk to opposition ahead of Sunday mass protests.     

Moishe Mana, the Israeli who made a fortune with his moving empire, wants to build a new Tribeca in Jersey City


In visit with IDF troops, was Netanyahu exercising control or exorcising his demons?

The Prime Minister generally adopts a cautious approach when it comes to inflaming Israel’s neighbors, so what made him visit IDF maneuvers in the Golan Heights this week?     

Nelson Mandela 'improving' as Obama flies in for South Africa visit


Kerry meets with Netanyahu for second time in 24 hours

U.S. secretary of state shuttles back and forth between Jerusalem and Amman, trying to push Israel and the Palestinians to renew peace talks; he will meet with Netanyahu a third time, and again with the PA’s Abbas, on Saturday.     

A year after Morsi’s election, Egypt’s opposition wants another popular uprising

With at least five people reportedly killed in violent clashes between opponents and supporters of the president this week, tensions are high ahead of mass anti-Morsi protests planned to mark his first year in office.     

Threatened on Facebook? Watch out for the police


Iran nuclear chief: Tehran will press ahead with uranium enrichment program


Indiana: 3 Children Hurt as Lightning Strikes Jewish Camp

Three children injured, one critically, as a result of lightning strike at a Jewish summer camp in northwest Indiana.

Progress or Stalemate in Peace Talks? Kerry’s Efforts Continue

Jordan-based newspaper reports that Israel has agreed to freeze construction in Judea and Samaria. PA and Israeli leaders: No progress yet.

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