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How a single Israeli mother of three saved the life of her unborn baby

By Elad Shalev, Staff ReporterThe story of how a single woman in a small Israeli town, with no media outlet and a small social media presence, saved the lives of her three-week-old daughter and her newborn son is one of the more amazing stories of recent times.

According to reports, Israeli police arrested the mother and her three children in mid-July, after she posted a video of the newborn infant and his mother being carried in an ambulance to hospital.

The mother was arrested and later charged with assault and attempted murder, as well as carrying a weapon, as reported by Israeli news outlet Haaretz.

The child, who was only a week old at the time, was found by Israeli rescue workers.

He survived the attack, but later died of his injuries.

While the child survived, the mother was hospitalized in a critical condition.

On August 10, Israeli authorities released the video, and she was arrested.

Her defense attorney claimed that she was trying to raise money for her son’s treatment.

After her arrest, the woman’s daughter was released, but her father, who is a retired army officer, was detained.

A local court later found that the father’s actions did not amount to an attempt to kill the baby.

According the Hebrew-language news outlet Ynet, the father said that he was only trying to save the baby’s life, but the prosecution has not agreed with that.

The father, whose name has not been released, has since been released.

The father’s defense attorney, Zeev Geva, told the Israeli news site Haaretz that the defense’s theory was “baseless.”

He also said that the mother’s actions were justified under the circumstances of the case, in which the baby had been in a stable condition and was under constant observation.

The woman’s mother and the father have denied the accusations.

Why the CBC and CBC News have turned away readers, critics say

AUSTRALIA’s public broadcaster has turned away a significant chunk of its readership after being accused of being a mouthpiece for the government.

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation is not getting enough funding to cover the cost of covering the election and its aftermath, the ABC’s executive director Andrew Coates told the ABC News Breakfast.

“It’s hard to put into words,” he said.

“But we’re just seeing a lot of readers turn their back on us.”

The ABC has received more than $1.7 billion in funding since it was launched in 1997.

The organisation is now Australia’s second-largest media company after News Corp.

Mr Coates said he was not surprised the broadcaster was turning away a lot more of its viewers.

“We’ve got some really hard times in the country right now,” he told the program.

“The Australian economy is really in recession, unemployment is skyrocketing and we’re seeing more and more people turn their backs on the ABC.”

I don’t think the ABC is seeing the benefits of having a strong community and the ability to connect with people.

“The news program was also asked why it had chosen to keep a small staff in its Perth studio, rather than using it to report on the election.”

A big part of our DNA is to be able to have a small team of people to do that,” Mr Coates replied.”

And in a lot and we do need that to happen and that’s where our staff are. “I don

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When a reporter is a troll: ‘Fake news’ and the role of the internet

The role of media in propagating fake news is a recurring theme in US political discourse.

However, there is another way that media outlets can be manipulated, and that is through the use of fake news.

The media is not immune to this, as it has been the subject of an investigation by the US government, after a group of news outlets published an article in 2016 claiming that the Russian government was responsible for the poisoning of a Russian journalist.

The article in question alleged that the poisoning was carried out by the Kremlin, but was later debunked, as the article was written by a US intelligence officer.

The story has been widely circulated, with various news outlets including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and CNN reporting that the US intelligence agency concluded that the allegations were false.

A recent report from the US Department of Homeland Security, which examined the Russian cyberattack in 2017, concluded that Russia did not hack the Democratic Party in order to influence the US presidential election, and said that the information was disseminated via fake news sites that were used to spread misinformation about the investigation.

The Department of Justice, in a report released in February 2018, said that it had uncovered the “primary purpose of Russia’s disinformation campaign” was to sow doubt in the minds of the American public about whether President Donald Trump’s claim that Russia interfered in the US election was accurate.

The report said that Russia was attempting to sow uncertainty about the US’ election results by spreading false and misleading information, such as claims that Russian agents had tampered with voting machines and that the FBI had gathered evidence that Trump was involved in illegal activity.

According to the Department of Defense, the US military conducted cyber attacks in the 2016 US presidential elections.

The Department of Energy said that in 2017 alone, it had conducted cyberattacks on a number of US military and government entities.

While Russia has not been formally accused of the hacking of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) or any other political party, it is widely believed that the Kremlin was behind the DNC hack.

A report by the intelligence community last year said that hackers who worked for the Kremlin were responsible for compromising the DNC and that it was likely that the attackers were part of the Russian military.

The Russian government has denied any involvement in the hacking, and has blamed US intelligence agencies for a wide range of issues, including the release of the Panama Papers in 2017.

The US Department and US intelligence community, however, have repeatedly accused Russia of hacking in the 2017 election.

Russia has denied the accusations.

A number of news organisations have recently released reports that allege that Russia has used social media to spread false information in the form of fake accounts and news stories.

In 2017, Russia used social networks like Facebook and Twitter to spread fake news, including stories that the DNC had been hacked and a story claiming that Russia had conducted a coup attempt in the United States.

Russian propaganda outlets have also been used to promote other false stories in the past.

In 2016, Russian state media outlets used fake news stories to promote a false story about a Ukrainian man who was allegedly involved in the assassination of Russian President Vladimir Putin, which was subsequently debunked.

In 2016, Russia allegedly used social networking sites to spread disinformation about US President Donald J. Trump, with one Russian propaganda outlet publishing a story in 2016 that claimed Trump had threatened to launch an “intercontinental ballistic missile” at the US.

Russian government outlets have repeatedly used social network sites to disseminate false information about the 2016 presidential election.

Russian state media and social media outlets have been accused of promoting a range of false stories about the American election, from conspiracy theories about Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to stories that suggested the Clintons had received money from the Russian state.

In March 2018, Russian President Vladi­mir Putin told reporters in Vladivostok, Russia, that he believed Russian intelligence services had targeted Democratic party officials with a campaign to influence them in order for them to support the US president.

Putin said that he had “full confidence” that the hacking was carried in the name of the state.

A new breed of news outlets is born

Newsweek, the global news organization with offices in 50 countries, has seen a surge in the popularity of self-publishing over the past year.

It’s now the second-most popular publishing medium in the world behind Amazon.

“The explosion in self-published content is a reflection of the convergence of digital and print media,” said Paul Bowers, a Newsweek media columnist who previously worked for The New York Times.

“It is also a reflection that there are now more and more outlets with a self-serving agenda, and that’s what has driven us to embrace the technology and the way we consume news online.”

It’s an exciting time to be a news reader, said Bowers.

“Self-publishers are creating a new breed that’s very much aligned with the zeitgeist of our times, and it’s a very exciting time for media and news consumers.”

Bowers’ new book, “The New Self-Publisher,” will be published next month.

He also spoke to Newsweek about the future of publishing.

How will news organizations compete against the growing self-Publishing market?

How will this technology and this technology-driven economy impact the way news organizations create and distribute news?

Bowers says the trend toward self- publishing is part of the changing landscape of news in general.

“At the same time, we are also seeing the emergence of platforms that cater to a very different audience,” he said.

“They cater to people who want to consume news on their phones, their tablets, their computers, on their television sets.

And there are also the platforms that have become the way for publishers to reach a much larger audience.”

What’s behind the trend?

“I think what has happened is that the marketplace for news has exploded, and so there is a new set of outlets that are trying to offer content that is tailored to different audiences and different audiences need different news platforms,” he explained.

“So I think the new market is going to be driven by the convergence and the competition of the platforms and platforms’ ability to reach different audiences.”

Is self- Publishing the future?

“Yes, and yes it is,” Bowers said.

He added that while there are many ways that self-Publishers can create content for their audiences, there are no guarantees they will deliver it to their audience.

“But I do think that the way they monetize their content and the fact that they are offering it to a much wider audience means they have a greater chance of succeeding,” he concluded.

And that’s an important takeaway.

“I don’t think there is one type of media that will be able to succeed,” he told Newsweek.

“There are always going to remain those media that have the biggest reach and reach with the most audiences.

“And they are part of this story that is a lot more interesting than just the print media.””

We have a unique opportunity to become part of that story and have a new generation of media,” he continued.

“And they are part of this story that is a lot more interesting than just the print media.”

What you need to know about the Fox Sports 1 NBA preview

By Jon Kopaloff and Ben GolliverFox Sports 1 is taking another step in its attempt to capture the excitement of the NBA playoffs.

The network announced Thursday that it has ordered a second season of “NBA Preview.”

The network will premiere the second season on April 17, 2019.

The program will be produced by Bill Simmons, John Hollinger, and Scott Zolak.

Fox Sports is the only network to have a first-time NBA preview in a prime-time slot.

In the past, the network has hosted a variety of shows that have included “Inside the NBA” and “NBA Live.”

But Fox Sports has never been known for taking chances with the show.