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UCLA names new chancellor as campus still reels from anti-Israel protests

Prominent public health researcher Julio Frenk, who will succeed Gene Block on Jan. 1, says his first mission will be to 'listen very carefully'

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Iran seen expanding enrichment after IAEA rebuke, but response tamer than feared

Diplomats say Tehran plans to install more clusters of centrifuges, but one source asserts this might have happened regardless of UN nuclear watchdog's demand for more cooperation

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Ben Gvir slams Netanyahu’s ‘obscene tradition’ of excluding him from war decisions

Demanding far tougher response to Hezbollah bombardment, far-right minister argues PM can't 'hide behind Gantz and Eisenkot anymore'

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Rescued hostage, ‘brainwashed’ by Hamas, thought IDF forces had come to kill him

Andrey Kozlov's family tells of 'psychological terror' and physical torture he endured during 8-month captivity in Gaza, as well as the joy and challenges of reuniting with him

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Most likely to antagonize US Jewish students this spring: High school yearbooks

With some pupils already experiencing antisemitism due to the Israel-Hamas war, the student-produced journals can add fuel to the fire as political activism goes unchecked

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