Pompeo: Nuke deal doesn’t ensure Iran won’t get the bomb * 10 teens killed in flood were 300 yards from safety * Chief justice warns PM on democracy

Pompeo: Nuke deal doesn’t ensure Iran won’t get the bomb * 10 teens killed in flood were 300 yards from safety * Chief justice warns PM on democracy

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THE DAILY EDITIONSunday, April 29, 2018
Pompeo ahead of Netanyahu meet: Iran deal does not ensure they won’t get nukes
BY TOI STAFF AND AGENCIES
New US secretary of state visits Saudi king, foreign minister before traveling to Israel, where PM says they will discuss Iran’s ‘aggression’ and the future of the nuke deal
North Korea says it will close nuclear test site in May, unify time zone
BY AGENCIES
Israel ‘completely surprised’ to hear Trump may attend Jerusalem embassy opening
BY TOI STAFF AND ERIC CORTELLESSA
French envoy to Israel: ‘Possibility of war’ if Iran nuke deal collapses
BY TOI STAFF AND AGENCIES
TZAFIT RIVER DISASTER
10 teens killed in flood were ‘300 meters’ from safety, says rescuer
BY MICHAEL BACHNER AND TOI STAFF
‘Five minutes later’ and the youths swept away in deluge would have made it out of ravine, firefighter asserts. ‘Anyone who survived was touched by the hand of God’
Tzafit River disaster / Police raid offices of pre-military academy over flood deaths, seize computers
BY MICHAEL BACHNER AND TOI STAFF
Tzafit River disaster / Flood victim said to have refused to climb to safety, pulled up friends 1 by 1
BY TOI STAFF
TZAFIT RIVER DISASTER
Guide on house arrest says she warned against hike where 10 teens died in flood
BY TOI STAFF
Daughter of deputy head of Arava search-and-rescue unit says she told pre-military academy not to ‘take the chance,’ as her father advised
Tzafit River disaster / Thousands gather at Tel Aviv candlelight vigil for victims of flash flood
BY TOI STAFF
Tzafit River disaster / Families, friends prepare to bury last 3 victims killed in flash flood
BY TOI STAFF
State says use of live fire in Gaza protests within Israeli, international law
BY STUART WINER AND TOI STAFF
Responding to Supreme Court petitions, attorneys say rioting along border fence is part of the armed conflict against the country
Hamas claims PA bombed its own prime minister to ‘kill reconciliation’
BY TOI STAFF
Hamas saboteur arrested while vandalizing Gaza fence
BY TOI STAFF
Palestinians vote this week on PLO’s aging leaders, as Abbas tightens grip
BY AGENCIES AND TOI STAFF
Toulouse mayor threatens to sack Jewish deputy who said ‘too many Arabs’ in city
BY MICHAEL BACHNER
Aviv Zonabend’s comment in Hebrew interview draws condemnation from mayor
German anti-Semitism envoy says ‘understandable’ that Jews may want to leave
BY TOI STAFF
Suspect arrested for recent New York attack on ultra-Orthodox man
BY JTA AND TOI STAFF
Chief justice to PM: Bill for 61 MKs to overturn rulings ‘a danger to democracy’
BY RAOUL WOOTLIFF
Lengthy meeting between Esther Hayut and Netanyahu, as government weighs reining in Supreme Court, ends without agreement
Ahead of Netanyahu-Hayut meet, thousands protest bid to hobble High Court
BY TOI STAFF
Pompeo arrives in Israel for meeting with Netanyahu on Iran
BY TOI STAFF
In Saudi Arabia earlier in the day, new US secretary of state said Tehran ‘destabilizes the entire region’
Tires slashed, hate slogans graffitied in latest attack on Palestinian village
BY JACOB MAGID
10 cars targeted in West Bank’s 14th apparent hate crime this month; ‘Wreak vengeance upon the nations’ found spray-painted on walls of town
Olive trees cut down in second attack on Palestinian village in as many days
BY JACOB MAGID
A GIFTED GUY
A day before turning 21, T.J. Leaf becomes first Israeli in NBA playoffs
BY MICHAEL BACHNER
Third national to play in top basketball league goes on court for 3 minutes in Pacers’ win against Cavaliers
In new film, survivors recall placid WWII days in the safe harbor of Shanghai
BY ANNE JOSEPH
TOP OPS
ELKANA BAR EITAN
10 kids are dead: Please don’t rush to blame
The educators involved in sending the youngsters toward danger are already devastated enough
JASON FREDRIC GILBERT
This native son will never truly be native
Every city in Israel is known for something, my city, Or Yehuda, is famous for its abundance of Gettaxi drivers
In Krakow, Jews celebrate their community’s ‘revival’ amid rising xenophobia
BY CNAAN LIPHSHIZ
MORE HEADLINES
Israel media review / ‘Yihye beseder’: 6 things to know for April 29
BY TAMAR PILEGGI
Man stabbed, seriously wounded near Jerusalem mall; police rule out terror
BY TOI STAFF
Rabbis call on House candidate to stop comparing abortion to Holocaust
BY JTA
Glamping comes to the Ramon Crater, part of Tourism Ministry campaign
BY JESSICA STEINBERG
Conference of Presidents honors Muslims who protected Jews during Holocaust
BY TOI STAFF
Austria probes UN peacekeepers over Golan deaths
BY AFP
Lebanese shepherd crosses into Israel, is detained by IDF
BY TOI STAFF
Man who brandished rifle at French Holocaust museum now in mental hospital
BY JTA
Israel orders suspected French arms trafficker to be held through trial
BY AFP AND TOI STAFF
New Bezeq board seen putting telecom firm on better governance track
BY SHOSHANNA SOLOMON