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Jewish fest offers a full range of foods

Jewish fest offers a full range of foods

A sea of people filled a portion of Brandi Fenton Memorial Park Sunday to sample food and take in live performances as congregation Or Chadash held its annual Jewish Food Festival and Family Fun Fair fundraiser.

October 29, 2009 12:00 am Photos

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3 principles against Afghanistan buildup

It is crunch time on Afghanistan, so here's my vote: We need to be thinking about how to reduce our footprint and our goals there in a responsible way, not dig in deeper. We simply do not have the Afghan partners, the NATO allies, the domestic support, the financial resources or the national…

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Raytheon nets big Israeli project

Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems has been awarded two contracts worth more than $100 million by an Israeli government contractor to design and develop a new missile-defense system.

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Raytheon to develop new missile-defense system with Israel's Rafael

Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems has been awarded two contracts worth more than $100 million by an Israeli government contractor to design and develop a new missile-defense system.

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Israeli police, Palestinian youths clash near key Jerusalem shrine

Israeli police, Palestinian youths clash near key Jerusalem shrine

JERUSALEM — Israeli police firing stun grenades faced off Sunday against masked Palestinian protesters hurling stones and plastic chairs outside the Holy Land's most volatile shrine, where past violence has moved into prolonged conflict.

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Lebanese want the world to know hummus is theirs

BEIRUT — Lebanese chefs prepared a massive plate of hummus weighing more than 2 tons Saturday that broke a world record organizers said was previously held by Israel — a bid to reaffirm proprietorship over the popular Middle Eastern dip.

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Rehab of ancient Jewish temple stirs conflicted feelings in Cairo

CAIRO — The warren of slum alleys is called the Jews' Quarter, but no Jews live there. The ancient synagogue still stands, but its roof is gone. The government is renovating it, but is doing so at a moment when anti-Israel feeling is running especially high in Egypt.

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Abbas decrees elections —with Hamas or without it

RAMALLAH, West Bank — Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Saturday that his government would hold presidential and parliamentary elections Jan. 24, regardless of whether it reaches a power-sharing deal with the rival militant Hamas group that rules the Gaza Strip.

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Iran delays response to UN-backed plan for uranium

Iran delays response to UN-backed plan for uranium

TEHRAN, Iran — Iran put off until next week a formal response to a U.N.-backed plan to ship much of its uranium to Russia for enrichment, the country's nuclear envoy said Friday.

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Rio police face daunting task vs. gangs armed to teeth

Rio police face daunting task vs. gangs armed to teeth

RIO DE JANEIRO — They go by names like "Scooby" and "Big Baby" but carry the best weapons money can buy, are accused of torturing cops and even managed to shoot down a police helicopter.

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