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Yesterday was the bloodiest day so far of the six weeks of Hamas-led violent protests along the Gaza border known as the "Great March of Return." In all, more than fifty Palestinians were killed - the exact numbers are still unclear - and many more wounded (according to the Hamas-controlled Gaza Ministry of Health), as a result of repeated efforts to breach the border fence at numerous points and other acts of violence, including several shooting attacks.
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The vast range of his humanist erudition, his mastery of difficult languages, and his command of every nuance of English, inspired veneration and envy. Bernard tended kindly to generations of students, rewarded friendship with loyalty, imparted his wisdom to statesmen, and fought many good fights. He loved his adopted country, America, and his ancestral land, Israel. And he had an abiding respect and empathy for the civilisation of Islam.
As Israel celebrated its 70 years of independence, the nation took stock of its achievements - from democratic milestones to cinematic, political, security and artistic breakthroughs.
So it is very fitting that a new book lays out how Israeli technologies are making a global impact.