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• Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak attended to their coalition government’s right and left flanks, respectively: Netanyahu told Likud members that West Bank settlers are “loyal” and “our brothers and sisters,” and Barak sent a top aide to meet with the head of Peace Now. [Arutz Sheva]
• A U.S. spokesman dismissed concessions offered by Iran as having nothing to do with the country’s nuclear weapons program, while the Russian foreign minister deemed them “something to work with.” [Ynet]
• Sylvia Schur, who developed some of the most broadly used recipies in America, including many of those that go with Campbell’s Soup, died yesterday. According to her obituary, a son of the woman who developed Ocean Spray’s Cran-Apple juice now lives in Cranbury, N.J. [NYT]
• Archaeologists revealed the fruits of a new find in the Judean hills: coins and such used by Jewish rebels during the Bar Kochba revolt 1,900 years ago. [JPost]
• Recent convert Ivanka Trump will reportedly marry real estate scion Jared Kushner in October. The ceremony will contain elements of both the bride’s and groom’s heritages: it will be an Orthodox ceremony held at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. [NYP/Page Six]





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