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Greek Foreign Minister in Israel amid Debt Crisis

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias Monday at his Jerusalem residence.

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SC Senate Advances Bill to Remove Confederate Flag

The South Carolina Senate is taking another step to remove the Confederate flag from the state capitol grounds. The bill must pass with a two-thirds majority. In a preliminary vote, senators approved the removal of the flag 37-3.

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Google Tests New Israeli Commuter Carpooling App

The Israeli-based Waze navigation system, purchased by Google two years ago, is testing a new application to match up people looking for rides with drivers headed in the same direction.

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Eurozone Heads Hold Emergency Summit on Greece

Eurozone leaders are holding an emergency meeting in Brussels Tuesday to figure out a new bailout program for Greece, following the weekend referendum rejecting the terms offered by its creditors.

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Israel: 3K French Jews to Make Aliya this Summer

Some 130 French Jews arrived in Israel Monday, with an additional 400 expected by week's end, in the first leg of a summer aliyah for 3,000 new immigrants.

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Jordan Foils Major Terror Attack

A terrorist holding dual Iraqi-Norwegian citizenship is on trial before a military tribunal in Jordan's State Security Court charged with possessing explosives and planning terror attacks.

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Immigrant Charged with Murder Deported 5 Times

Prosecutors in San Francisco have charged an illegal immigrant with the murder of a woman at a popular sightseeing destination.

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No Sex: Russell Wilson, Ciara Do It 'Jesus' Way'

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson confirmed Sunday that he is indeed dating singer Ciara. Speaking at Rock Church in San Diego Sunday, he made it clear the couple is abstaining from sex.

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WHO: Raising Cigarette Taxes May Cut Smoking

The World Health Organization says taxes should be higher on cigarettes so people won't smoke as many of them.

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ISIS Trainer Turns to the Bible, 'Sick of the Killing'

A jihadist teacher for ISIS has turned to the Bible, seeking to learn more about Jesus Christ.