Israel’s military intelligence chief Aharon Haliva resigns

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The head of military intelligence for Israel, Aharon Haliva, has resigned, saying his directorate failed to alert the military and nation in time to prevent Hamas’s Oct. 7 attack. Also, the US House of Representatives passes another spending package worth $61 billion for Ukraine. Plus, a new play delves into Russian life and the intersection of billionaires and politics in the 1980s. And, a German bank has frozen the account of Judische Stimme (Jewish Voice). It comes amid a string of confrontations between the German government and Jewish artists and intellectuals who criticize the war in Gaza and Germany’s unwavering support for Israel. Plus, the Chinatown that has no Asian grocery store.

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