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EU cancels Europe Day event in Israel over far-right minister's speech
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Israelis blocked roads and demonstrated on Thursday against a contentious government plan to overhaul the judiciary, hoping to ramp up pressure on lawmakers after parliament reconvened this week following a month-long recess.
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Israelis rally for 17th week against judicial overhaul plans
Tens of thousands of Israelis protested judicial overhaul proposals Saturday in the 17th weekly rally against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's governing coalition.
Israel's Independence and Memorial Days see divisions surface
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's plan to overhaul the judiciary has stoked widespread discontent and spurred weeks of protests. The demonstrations have brought cities to a standstill and continued as the country celebrated its 75th Independence Day.
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Today, in Israel, millions of people from across its diverse communities are gearing up for the long-haul struggle to defend our democracy and secure the next 75 years for future generations, Erel Margalit writes.
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Israelis remembered citizens who have died in war and conflict on Memorial Day.
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WATCH: Sirens wail across Israel to commemorate Holocaust victims
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Budapest remembers victims of the Holocaust in 'March of the Living'
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Boycotting Israel’s new government would only make it more anti-EU
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Thousands of Israeli settlers march to West Bank outpost
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Jewish worshippers pray at Jerusalem's Western Wall
Thousands of Jewish worshippers gathered on Sunday at Jerusalem’s Western Wall, the holiest place where Jews can pray, for a mass priestly benediction prayer service for Passover.
Israelis mourn sisters killed in occupied West Bank attack
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