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The passengers referred to a deteriorating economic situation and a prevalence of anti-Semitism as two factors motivating them to move.
Linas Linkevicius addresses his country’s efforts to ‘come clean’ about Holocaust complicity, and why Vilnius won’t recognize Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.
The Russian is using the progress made by Israel for its own drone production.
In remarks apparently aimed at Jerusalem’s effort to build a united front against Tehran, Sergey Lavrov says Moscow won’t ‘ally’ against anyone, criticizes US ‘muscle flexing’.
Central Bureau of Statistics figures show that 28,099 new immigrants arrived in Jewish state, with over two-thirds moving from former Soviet countries.
Russian leader invites PM to visit Moscow next year to mark 75th anniversary of the end of World War II.
Russian Foreign Ministry says 6 Israeli fighter jets carried out Monday’s predawn raid, reportedly against Iranian weapons caches.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed attorney Ariel Bulstein to be his special adviser on immigrants from the countries of the former USSR
Israeli officials believe Russia is responsible for disturbances to the Global Positioning System (GPS) signal covering the airspace at Israel's Ben Gurion airport, Israeli radio reported Thursday.
The trilateral summit of the Russian, American and Israeli National Security advisers concluded in Jerusalem yesterday.
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