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Wrapping Israeli flags around their shoulders, bearing signs saying “Israel we stand with you,” singing and dancing along to songs about peace, about 400 people gathered at a pro-Israel rally in a Miami Beach park Sunday in an event organizers described as both in support of peace and Israel’s right to defend itself.
Brazil’s bumpy road to organizing the World Cup can guide Olympic organizers in what not to do.
WASHINGTON Fifteen to 90 seconds before a rocket flies into Israel, nearly 600,000 people worldwide receive the same cellphone notification: Rockets Attack, it reads, followed by the name of an Israeli city.
As tension mounts between Israelis and Palestinians, five Miami residents visited Israel in solidarity with the Israeli people.
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Affordable housing and inexpensive healthcare are luring more Americans who want to make their savings go further and last longer.
For the small community of Iraqi Americans living in Miami, the past month’s whirlwind of headlines from Iraq is intensely personal.
An ongoing lawsuit has pried loose new records linked to a family of Sarasota Saudis who left home in a hurry just before 9/11.