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US giving Israel $70 million more for Iron Dome

Jerusalem : Israel | May 17, 2012 at 10:47 AM PDT
Source: Miami Herald
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A new national report says up to 7.5 million students miss nearly a month of school each year, making them much more likely to drop out before they graduate. The Pentagon says the U.S. will give Israel the extra $70 million that Jerusalem asked for this year for short-range missile defense. FULL ARTICLE AT Miami Herald
 
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