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Stories with place: Tel Aviv
  • Chelsea beats Maccabi Tel Aviv 4-0 in Champions League story has photos
    Updated: Nov-24-15 6:19 pm

    HAIFA, Israel - Chelsea remained in the hunt to advance from Champions League Group G in easing past 10-man Maccabi Tel Aviv 4-0 on Tuesday.

  • Hazard solving slump mystery key to Chelsea recovering form story has photos
    Updated: Nov-23-15 12:28 pm

    LONDON - If one player epitomizes Chelsea's slump it's surely Eden Hazard.

  • Israeli artist remembers legendary Holocaust victim 
    Updated: Nov-19-15 1:51 am

    TEL AVIV, Israel - With World War II underway and the Nazis closing in, 16-year-old Itzchak Belfer decided to flee his native Poland and head east to Soviet Russia. The man who had raised the Jewish boy like a son tearfully gave him his blessing, slipped the teen some money and said, "the chicks are leaving the nest."

  • Neighborhoods: Tel Aviv's Florentin a bustling bohemian hub 
    Updated: Nov-17-15 9:26 am

    TEL AVIV, Israel - Your typical Tel Aviv tourist will naturally navigate toward its famous beaches, boulevards and Bauhaus buildings. But if it's people- (and dog-) watching that you fancy, nothing tops an afternoon or evening stroll in the neighborhood of Florentin.

  • London mayor lashes out against 'foolish' Israel boycotters 
    Updated: Nov-09-15 2:25 pm

    TEL AVIV, Israel - The mayor of London has lashed out against boycotters of Israel as "lefty academics" who wield no real influence.

  • Israelis and Clinton pay tribute to Rabin at memorial rally story has photos
    Updated: Oct-31-15 4:37 pm

    TEL AVIV, Israel - Tens of thousands of Israelis, along with former U.S. President Bill Clinton, marked the 20th anniversary of the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on Saturday night, gathering in the Tel Aviv square where he was gunned down by a Jewish extremist and remembering his calls for peace.

  • 20 years later, little left of Yitzhak Rabin's peace legacy 
    Updated: Oct-30-15 9:33 am

    TEL AVIV, Israel - Twenty years after Yitzhak Rabin was gunned down by a Jewish extremist opposed to his negotiations with the Palestinians, Israel is more divided than ever over Mideast peacemaking - and the people who opposed the assassinated premier with vitriol, led by Benjamin Netanyahu, now have a firm grip on power.