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Ongoing Segregation Rabbinical court. 'It was a private initiative' (archives) Photo: Gil Yohanan Sex segregation continues during air raid sirens: While men visiting Ashdod's rabbinical court are directed to fortified area, women are told to seek
The Iron Dome anti-missile system intercepted a rocket launched by Gaza terrorists over Ashkelon and three over Sderot.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister Tsvetlin Yovchev appealed to the public to stop the speculations and nonsense around the Tuseday afternoon hailstorm in Sofia, reports Dnes.bg. He said no early warning system for hailstorms existed in the world and it
Resilience Capital Partners, a private equity firm in Cleveland, said it has acquired Phoenix Installation Services, which bills itself as a provider of construction and maintenance services to the wireless industry in the southwestern United States.
Naval Base Guam will conduct a test of its emergency alert system from 3 to 4 p.m...During that time, the system, commonly referred to as the Giant Voice, will deliver the following message: "This is only a test for the emergency broadcasting system.
The Civil Defense Department in Madinah has announced its readiness to launch its plan to cope with emergencies during the Holy Month of Ramadan. The Department's plan includes allocating manpower and equipment, as well as increasing coordination
After the flimsy ceasefire ended tonight in eastern Ukraine, the Ukranian army will more than likely go back to shelling the Republics of Lugansk and Donetsk. The ceasefire was not recognized when it was intact over the past two weeks as
Columbus Fire & Emergency Medical Services Assistant Chief Robert Futrell added head of homeland security director to his list of duties Monday after city officials announced the start of a Homeland Security Council, according to a press release.
Directors' Guideline for Lifeline Utilities and Civil Defence Emergency Management Groups...The Guideline provides an overview for CEO's of utility providers and then gives more detailed information about reducing risks, emergency readiness, response
Residents of California's San Luis Obispo County received a series of unsettling erroneous emergency alerts as repairs were being made to a nuclear power plant's siren system. Emergency services manager Ron Alsop says a siren at the Diablo Canyon