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Search results for: Hod-HaSharon-(City)

ISRAEL-INDEPENDENCE/GENERATIONS
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April 18, 2018
Keren Zweigenbaum (R), 38, Jolanda Wilheim (C), 96, and Myriam Zweigenbaum, 70, pose for a photograph...
Hod Hasharon, Israel
Zweigenbaum and family members pose for a photograph at the Wilheim Bakery in Hod Hasharon
Keren Zweigenbaum (R), 38, Jolanda Wilheim (C), 96, and Myriam Zweigenbaum, 70, pose for a photograph at the Wilheim Bakery in Hod Hasharon, Israel March 15, 2018. Grandmother, daughter and granddaughter all work at the family business. The bakery was founded in 1949 by Jolanda Wilheim and her late husband, both Holocaust survivors. Picture taken March 15, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL DEPRESSION
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December 06, 2006
A hospital worker sits under a wired helmet while demonstrating an experimental treatment for clinical...
Hod Hasharon, Israel
To match feature ISRAEL DEPRESSION
A hospital worker sits under a wired helmet while demonstrating an experimental treatment for clinical depression at Shalvata Mental Health Care Centre in the central Israeli town of Hod Hasharon December 4, 2006. Scientists in Israel are reaching deeper into the minds of the clinically depressed to try to lift their spirits. Using a locally developed upgrade to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy, scientists can now send electronic currents induced by alternating magnetic fields up to 8 cm (3 inches) into the brain to stimulate parts that had been out of reach. Picture taken December 4, 2006.To match feature ISRAEL DEPRESSION REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL DEPRESSION
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December 06, 2006
A hospital worker sits under a wired helmet while demonstrating an experimental treatment for clinical...
Hod Hasharon, Israel
To match feature ISRAEL DEPRESSION
A hospital worker sits under a wired helmet while demonstrating an experimental treatment for clinical depression at Shalvata Mental Health Care Centre in the central Israeli town of Hod Hasharon December 4, 2006. Scientists in Israel are reaching deeper into the minds of the clinically depressed to try to lift their spirits. Using a locally developed upgrade to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy, scientists can now send electronic currents induced by alternating magnetic fields up to 8 cm (3 inches) into the brain to stimulate parts that had been out of reach. Picture taken December 4, 2006.To match feature ISRAEL DEPRESSION REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST
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July 19, 2006
Israeli police detain a Palestinian man (C) suspected of planning to carry out a suicide bombing, in...
Hod Hasharon
Israeli police detain Palestinian man suspected of planning to carry out suicide bombing in the Israeli...
Israeli police detain a Palestinian man (C) suspected of planning to carry out a suicide bombing, in the Israeli town of Hod Hasharon near Tel Aviv July 19, 2006. Israeli security forces were on high alert and looking for a suspected militant whom they feared was about to carry out an attack. ISRAEL OUT REUTERS/Nir Keidar (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST
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October 22, 2002
Mourners carry the body of Ofra Burger at the funeral in Hod Hasharon
on October 22, 2002. Burger, 55,...
Hod Hasharon
MOURNERS CARRY THE BODY OF OFRA BURGER AT HER FUNERAL IN HOD HASHARON.
Mourners carry the body of Ofra Burger at the funeral in Hod Hasharon
on October 22, 2002. Burger, 55, is one of at least 14 people were
killed and over 40 injured when a car bomb blew up next to Egged bus
no. 841 as it reached Karkur Junction near Hadera, October 21, 2002.
Twenty-five people were still hospitalized Tuesday morning, Israel
Radio reported. Six of those still in hospital are in serious
condition. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

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MIDEAST
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October 21, 2002
Mourners weep at the funeral of Ofra Burger in Hod Hasharon on October
22, 2002. Burger, 55, is one...
Hod Hasharon
FUNERAL OF OFRA BURGER A VICTIM OF A CAR BOMB BLAST IN NORTHERN ISRAEL.
Mourners weep at the funeral of Ofra Burger in Hod Hasharon on October
22, 2002. Burger, 55, is one of at least 14 people who were killed and
over 40 injured when a car bomb blew up next to Egged bus no. 841 as it
reached Karkur Junction near Hadera, October 21, 2002. Twenty-five
people were still hospitalized on Tuesday morning, Israel Radio
reported. Six of those in hospital are in serious condition.
REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

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MIDEAST
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October 21, 2002
Mourners weep at the funeral of Ofra Burger in Hod Hasharon on October
22, 2002. Burger, 55, is one...
Hod Hasharon
FUNERAL OF OFRA BURGER, A VICTIM OF A CAR BOMB BESIDE A BUS IN NORTHERN
ISRAEL.
Mourners weep at the funeral of Ofra Burger in Hod Hasharon on October
22, 2002. Burger, 55, is one of at least 14 people who were killed and
over 40 injured when a car bomb blew up next to Egged bus no. 841 as it
reached Karkur Junction near Hadera, October 21, 2002. Twenty-five
people were still hospitalized Tuesday morning following the blast,
Israel Radio reported. Six of those in hospital are in serious
condition. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

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MIDEAST
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October 21, 2002
Mourners weep at the funeral of Ofra Burger in Hod Hasharon on October
22, 2002. Burger, 55, is one...
Hod Hasharon
MOURNERS WEEP AT THE FUNERAL OF OFRA BURGER, ONE OF THE VICTIMS OF A
CAR BOMB BLAST IN NORTHERN ISRAEL....
Mourners weep at the funeral of Ofra Burger in Hod Hasharon on October
22, 2002. Burger, 55, is one of at least 14 people killed and over 40
injured when a car bomb blew up next to Egged bus no. 841 as it reached
Karkur Junction near Hadera on October 21, 2002. Twenty-five people
were still hospitalized on Tuesday morning, Israel Radio reported. Six
of those still in hospital are in serious condition. REUTERS/Havakuk
Levison

HL/AH
MIDEAST
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October 21, 2002
Mourner weeps at the funeral of Ofra Burger in Hod Hasharon on October
22, 2002. Burger, 55, is one...
Hod Hasharon
MOURNER WEEPS AT THE FUNERAL OF OFRA BURGER, ONE OF THE VICTIMS OF A
CAR BOMB, IN HOD HASHARON.
Mourner weeps at the funeral of Ofra Burger in Hod Hasharon on October
22, 2002. Burger, 55, is one of at least 14 people killed and over 40
injured when a car bomb blew up next to Egged bus no. 841 as it reached
Karkur Junction near Hadera on October 21, 2002. Twenty-five people are
still hospitalized on Tuesday morning, Israel Radio reported. Six of
those still in hospital are in serious condition. REUTERS/Havakuk
Levison

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