Ruby Mellen The Washington Post


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  • Who Is Benny Gantz? Israel's Ex-Military Chief, Front-Runner For PM Post

    Who Is Benny Gantz? Israel's Ex-Military Chief, Front-Runner For PM Post

    With a parliamentary election producing a deadlock, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing the prospect of an electoral defeat for the first time in more than a decade. In an effort to preserve his power, he has called for a unity government with his opponent, Benny Gantz, leader of the Blue and White alliance.

  • Drug-Resistant Strain Of Malaria Makes It "Almost Untreatable" In Asia

    Drug-Resistant Strain Of Malaria Makes It "Almost Untreatable" In Asia

    Last week, two studies found that the presence of drug-resistant strains of malaria is on the rise in southeast Asia. The research has provoked alarm among scientists who are leading the fight against one of the world's most stubborn health problems.

  • "Child" Of Indonesia Volcano That Killed Thousands In 1883 Is Active Now

    "Child" Of Indonesia Volcano That Killed Thousands In 1883 Is Active Now

    Most of Krakatau was destroyed in the cataclysm, but another island - Anak Krakatau, or "child of Krakatau" - began forming in 1927 and has erupted several times. The latest was on Saturday and potentially caused the tsunami that hit coastlines along Indonesia's Sunda Strait and killed more than 200 people

  • Denmark Plans To Send Some Migrants To An Island That Housed Sick Animals

    Denmark Plans To Send Some Migrants To An Island That Housed Sick Animals

    Since 1926, it's housed stables, a laboratory for the study of contagious animal diseases and a crematorium for dead pigs and cows. The uninhabited, 17-acre island even boasts a ferry called the Virus, according to the New York Times.

  • Israeli Arab Lawmaker Wrote His Resignation In Arabic. It Was Refused

    Israeli Arab Lawmaker Wrote His Resignation In Arabic. It Was Refused

    On Wednesday, Israeli Arab lawmaker Wael Younis submitted his letter of resignation to the speaker of Israel's parliament, Yuli Edelstein.

  • Man Gives Perfume To Girlfriend, Turns Out To Be A Russian Nerve Agent

    Man Gives Perfume To Girlfriend, Turns Out To Be A Russian Nerve Agent

    When Charlie Rowley found a sealed box containing a bottle of perfume on the ground in the southern English town of Amesbury, he figured it would make a great gift for his girlfriend of two years, Dawn Sturgess

  • World's Oldest Man Just Turned 113. His Secret? Eating Candy

    World's Oldest Man Just Turned 113. His Secret? Eating Candy

    The year Masazo Nonaka was born, Albert Einstein published his paper on the theory of relativity, Theodore Roosevelt was inaugurated as the 26th president of the United States, and Bertha von Suttner became the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. It was 1905. Now, 113 years later, Nonaka is the oldest man alive, according to Guinness World Re...

'Ruby Mellen The Washington Post' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Who Is Benny Gantz? Israel's Ex-Military Chief, Front-Runner For PM Post

    Who Is Benny Gantz? Israel's Ex-Military Chief, Front-Runner For PM Post

    With a parliamentary election producing a deadlock, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing the prospect of an electoral defeat for the first time in more than a decade. In an effort to preserve his power, he has called for a unity government with his opponent, Benny Gantz, leader of the Blue and White alliance.

  • Drug-Resistant Strain Of Malaria Makes It "Almost Untreatable" In Asia

    Drug-Resistant Strain Of Malaria Makes It "Almost Untreatable" In Asia

    Last week, two studies found that the presence of drug-resistant strains of malaria is on the rise in southeast Asia. The research has provoked alarm among scientists who are leading the fight against one of the world's most stubborn health problems.

  • "Child" Of Indonesia Volcano That Killed Thousands In 1883 Is Active Now

    "Child" Of Indonesia Volcano That Killed Thousands In 1883 Is Active Now

    Most of Krakatau was destroyed in the cataclysm, but another island - Anak Krakatau, or "child of Krakatau" - began forming in 1927 and has erupted several times. The latest was on Saturday and potentially caused the tsunami that hit coastlines along Indonesia's Sunda Strait and killed more than 200 people

  • Denmark Plans To Send Some Migrants To An Island That Housed Sick Animals

    Denmark Plans To Send Some Migrants To An Island That Housed Sick Animals

    Since 1926, it's housed stables, a laboratory for the study of contagious animal diseases and a crematorium for dead pigs and cows. The uninhabited, 17-acre island even boasts a ferry called the Virus, according to the New York Times.

  • Israeli Arab Lawmaker Wrote His Resignation In Arabic. It Was Refused

    Israeli Arab Lawmaker Wrote His Resignation In Arabic. It Was Refused

    On Wednesday, Israeli Arab lawmaker Wael Younis submitted his letter of resignation to the speaker of Israel's parliament, Yuli Edelstein.

  • Man Gives Perfume To Girlfriend, Turns Out To Be A Russian Nerve Agent

    Man Gives Perfume To Girlfriend, Turns Out To Be A Russian Nerve Agent

    When Charlie Rowley found a sealed box containing a bottle of perfume on the ground in the southern English town of Amesbury, he figured it would make a great gift for his girlfriend of two years, Dawn Sturgess

  • World's Oldest Man Just Turned 113. His Secret? Eating Candy

    World's Oldest Man Just Turned 113. His Secret? Eating Candy

    The year Masazo Nonaka was born, Albert Einstein published his paper on the theory of relativity, Theodore Roosevelt was inaugurated as the 26th president of the United States, and Bertha von Suttner became the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. It was 1905. Now, 113 years later, Nonaka is the oldest man alive, according to Guinness World Re...

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