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An year-old man living in Israel has been charged over scores of threatening calls he allegedly made to Jewish community centres and schools in the US. A month after his arrest in Israel, Michael Ron David Kadar was charged with 28 counts of making threatening calls and conveying false information to police, according to an indictment filed on Friday in a federal court in Orlando, Florida. Separately, he was charged with three more counts of making threatening calls, conveying false information and cyberstalking in an indictment filed in a federal court in Athens, Georgia. The calls to the Jewish community centres and schools stoked fears of rising anti-Semitism in the US, and led to campus evacuations in February. At the time of his arrest last month, his lawyer in Israel said Kadar had a "very serious medical condition" that might have affected his behaviour.
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US-Israeli teen charged over threatening calls to Jewish community centres
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Israel's most popular news portal Ynet posted a screenshot of the alarming tweet: " WARNING: Possible nuclear leak in the region after 2 rockets hit Dimona nuclear facility" in the south of the country. The account posted an apology to its followers. We will combat terror on all fronts including the cyber dimension," the statement said. The Syrian Electronic Army claimed responsibility for the hacking, posting a screenshot on its Twitter page to prove it.
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Hamas seeks to emerge stronger. Protest targets Israeli footballers. The Israeli army has insisted that a mortar round it fired into a UN shelter in Gaza on Thursday in a clash with "militants" was not responsible for the deaths of at least 15 people.
Mr Ban warned that the region "cannot afford another full-blown war". His comments came after Israel said Hamas had fired dozens of rockets at Israeli cities on Wednesday night, following Israeli air strikes in Gaza. More than 60 Palestinians are reported to have died since Tuesday in Israeli air strikes against militants. Gaza medical officials say half of the casualties were civilians, including women and children.