Young newlyweds are serenaded with the strains of "Hava Nagila." The unlikely origins of the popular Jewish standard are explored in Roberta Grossman's documentary feature Hava Nagila: The Movie. International Film Circuit hide caption

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Hezbollah Trial Offers Clues To How Militant Group Operates

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Film Hoists 'Hava Nagila' Up Onto A Chair, In Celebration Of Song And Dance

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Demonstrators In West Bank Protest Imprisonment Of Palestinians

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With Syria In Shambles, The Uncertain Future Of Hezbollah

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Cranes fly at sunset above the Hula Valley of northern Israel in January. Millions of birds pass through the area as they migrate south every winter from Europe and Asia to Africa. Some now stay in the Hula Valley for the entire winter. Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Israel Restores Wetlands; Birds Make It Their Winter Home

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'Friends Of Hamas': How A Joke Went Wrong

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Emad Burnat, a Palestinian who co-directed the Oscar-nominated documentary 5 Broken Cameras, displays the cameras destroyed by Israeli settlers and security forces. The film focuses on a Palestinian village protesting Israel's separation barrier in the West Bank. Kino Lorbor Inc./AP hide caption

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A West Bank Story, Told Through Palestinian Eyes

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'Prisoner X' Raises Questions About Israel's Secrecy

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The story of "Prisoner X" is dominating the media in both Australia and Israel. William West/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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More On The Life, Death Of Prisoner X

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Palestinian Authority Faces Severe Financial Crisis

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Oscar Documentaries: A Look Behind The Scenes

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