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News about the current bee problem!

News about the current bee problem!

By: Jeremy Glick
Apparently Douglas Adams got it wrong about which species is smarter than we are.

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Current News on the Middle East

Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Netanyahu: Speed Up the Demolitions of Terrorists' Homes
Netanyahu instructs security forces to up the ante with regards to the fight against terrorism in the wake of latest wave of attacks.

Jordanian MP's Son Joins ISIS, Carries Out Suicide Attack
Jordanian parliament member says his son joined ISIS and carried out a suicide attack in Iraq.

Assad: I Won't Hesitate to Step Down if That's the Solution
A change of tone? Syrian President tells Iranian TV he won't rule out stepping down if the situation requires.

Left: Netanyahu Not 'Tough Enough' on Terror
The youth group of the Zionist Camp protested outside the Prime Minister's Office, demanding a 'long-term solution' to terror.

Chag Sameach from Israel! Updates Continue from North America
Simchat Torah and Shmini Atzeret begin in Israel. Arutz Sheva's North America desk will continue to update the site.

Joy, Judgment and Torah in the Beginning
Simchat Torah as a holiday evolved out of the events that marked the end of the Torah-reading cycle

Liberman: Don't Fund Terrorists, Execute Them
He's said it before, but this time Avigdor Liberman hopes that the powers that be will pay attention: 'stop funding terrorism.'

Jewish Journalists: Bar Jews from Temple Mount
Prominent mainstream media journalists blame Temple activist Yehuda Glick for the latest terror spate.

Terrorist Throws Firebomb at Rachel's Tomb; Officer Injured
A terrorist threw a firebomb at security forces at the Tomb of Rachel Sunday. A Border Guard officer was injured.

Online Video Pressures Netanyahu to Get Tough
An NGO formerly headed by Jewish Home's Bennett publishes scathing attack on Netanyahu over terror.

Current World Events - BBC News

BBC World News

BBC World News

Liverpool sack manager Rodgers
Liverpool sack manager Brendan Rodgers with immediate effect, one hour after the club's draw with Merseyside rivals Everton.

Ireland 16-9 Italy
Ireland labour to a 16-9 win over Italy but the victory makes sure of their place in the World Cup quarter-finals.

Assad warns of Mid-East destruction
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says a coalition between Syria, Russia, Iran and Iraq must succeed "or else the whole region will be destroyed".

VIDEO: Syria: Assad 'Russian help is vital'
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says Russian intervention in civil war is vital to security of the whole Middle East

VIDEO: Synod opens amid gay priest row
A synod of Roman Catholic bishops on family issues has opened, following the revelation that a senior priest at the Vatican is gay and in a relationship.

Arsenal 3-0 Manchester United
A stunning first 20 minutes from Arsenal sees them sweep aside Manchester United and move into second place in the Premier League.

VIDEO: Flash floods tear through French Riviera
Violent storms and flooding have hit southeast France, killing at least 13 people with six more missing, officials said.

Cameron announces seven-day GP service
GPs in England are to be offered a voluntary contract to provide seven-day-a-week cover for patients, David Cameron announces.

French Riviera floods leave 16 dead
At least 16 people die after violent storms and flooding hit the French Riviera, including three elderly people who drowned in their retirement home.

VIDEO: Jeremy Hunt mobbed by protesters
Jeremy Hunt has been surrounded by protesters on his walk to the Conservative Party conference in Manchester.

Martian blasts to top of film chart
Space thriller The Martian, in which Matt Damon plays an astronaut stranded on Mars, lands at the top of the North American box office chart.

PM stands firm on tax credit cut
David Cameron rejects calls to rethink cuts to tax credits for working families, as thousands join a TUC anti-austerity march at the Tory conference in Manchester.

MSF demands Afghan hospital inquiry
The medical charity MSF urges an independent inquiry into air strikes - thought to have been carried out by US aircraft - that hit its hospital in northern Afghanistan.

Six reasons it went wrong for England
Selection errors? A lack of experience? The wrong coach? Tom Fordyce picks out six reasons England's World Cup went wrong.

Two dead in industrial unit blast
Two men are killed and a third injured in an explosion at an industrial unit in Hertfordshire.

Golden Horn wins Arc under Dettori
Epsom Derby winner Golden Horn, ridden by Frankie Dettori, wins the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp.

Merkel: VW scandal won't harm Germany
The Volkswagen emissions scandal was a "dramatic event" but would not inflict lasting damage on Germany's reputation, Angela Merkel says.

VIDEO: Must See: Dog chases bears away
A French bulldog named Jewel has been caught on CCTV casing bears out of her owner's back garden in Monrovia, California.

Advocaat quits as Sunderland manager
Manager Dick Advocaat leaves Sunderland, who are yet to win in the Premier League this season.

Bin lorry crash driver arrested
The driver of the bin lorry that crashed in Glasgow killing six people has been arrested over claims he drove while banned.

Oregon teen 'played dead' in shooting
A teenager survived the Oregon shooting because she was covered in another victim's body and the attacker believed she was dead, her father says.

Healey: A bruiser with a sharp wit
Denis Healey, a political bruiser with a sharp wit

VIDEO: Oregon survivor 'saved by victim's blood'
The father of a woman who survived Thursday's college shooting in Oregon has said he believes the blood of one of the victims saved his daughter's life.

VIDEO: England fell flat on their faces - Wood
Tom Wood says England have "fallen flat on their faces" after a 33-13 defeat by Australia led to a pool-stage exit from the World Cup.

BBC admits doctoring volcano footage
A volcano eruption shown on a BBC Two programme actually used footage from two different volcanoes taken four years apart, the corporation admits.

Grandparents to share parental leave
Working grandparents will be allowed to take time off and share parental leave pay to help care for their grandchildren, the government says.

Fans snap up Glastonbury tickets
All 118,200 standard tickets for next year's Glastonbury music festival sell out in half an hour.

PM plans more drones to fight IS
Britain's military capability to fight Islamic State militants is to be increased, pledges the prime minister, as Conservatives gather for the party conference in Manchester.

The lost rivers that lie beneath London
The waterways that flow beneath London

Singapore's students ready to be entrepreneurs
A new generation of Singaporean students is more ready to embrace risk as they search for satisfying careers, says Karishma Vaswani.

Why Obama is powerless to reform gun laws
President Barack Obama says a majority of Americans want greater regulation of firearms, but the Republican Congress has its own political reality.

VIDEO: The app that will let you rate people ... and other trends of the week
The app that made people furious, and other trends of the week

Dunhuang: a city on the old Silk Road - in pictures
Images from Dunhuang, a city on the old Silk Road

Can your name shape your personality?
Can your name shape your personality?

Women reassured over safety of Essure implant
UK regulators reassure women the permanent birth control implant Essure is safe despite concerns in the US.

Surviving the bullring for a comfy retirement
The animals that entered the bullring and survived

VIDEO: Will plastic bags go out of fashion?
As the government prepares to implement a 5p charge on plastic bags in English supermarkets, BBC News takes a look at the social impact of mass-produced plastic bags, and their origin.

Half of teachers in England 'may quit'
More than half of England's teachers are thinking of leaving their jobs in the next two years, a survey for a teaching union suggests.

Obituary: Lord Healey
Denis Healey, who has died aged 98, was a highly intellectual, political bruiser who served as both Chancellor of the Exchequer and Defence Secretary.

Asthma steroids 'could stunt growth'
Young children given asthma medication before the age of two may not grow to their full height in later life, a preliminary report suggests.

Week in pictures
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.

Virgin Trains starts automatic refunds
Virgin becomes the first train company to automatically compensate some passengers if they are delayed, with other operators urged to follow suit

Putting car emissions to the test
Are you likely to get the same performance from your car as the lab tests suggest?

Crowdfunding site hacked data leaked
About 15 gigabytes of data including names, addresses and donations have been published online following a hack attack on crowdfunding site Patreon.

Supernova 'stream' in lab's sights
A global collaboration will aim to unravel the mysteries of neutrinos - also known as "ghost particles".

Weekend Edition: The week's best reads
The week's best reads

Go Figure: The week in numbers
The week's big numbers, visualised

UN battle looms over climate costs
Divisions between rich and poor countries re-emerge as nations submit their plans for tackling climate change to the UN.

Children seek mental health help on web
England's Children's Commissioner says young people are not confident enough to go to a doctor or school nurse for mental health advice.

Routers 'vaccinated' by benign virus
More than 10,000 home routers have been 'vaccinated' by a benign virus that tries to harden them against cyber-attacks.

5p plastic bags: All you need to know
On 5 October supermarkets in England will start charging 5p for using plastic bags. Here's a breakdown of everything you need to know about the price hike.

Caption Challenge: Statuesque
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.

How can plastic bag addiction be cured?
Shoppers are used to free plastic bags. Will the new charge change their psychology?

Your pictures: Balance
Readers' photographs on the theme of balance.
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