By 4 PM, voter turnout was at 274,152, or 35.3% of the 787,386 eligible registered voters.
Tarasyuk was the deputy chairman of the State Duma Committee on Natural Resources and Utilization.
Israel Railways is investing approximately NIS 70 million in the project. The new stations open in October and November 2017.
"Jewish landlords ... are at the forefront of pushing black and Latino people out of Upper Manhattan," he charged.
The move comes in the wake of a rash of intrusions and attempts to infiltrate the grounds over the past several weeks.
Families always face the dilemma of planning fun and appropriate activities during intermediate days of Passover.
The injured gabbai was taken to Maimonides Medical Center in the Boro Park section of Brooklyn.
Haifa Chemicals workers are worried about losing their jobs on the eve of the Passover holiday.
Last year more than 250,000 tourists flocked to the beaches along the shores of the lake on the Passover holiday.
In the alley behind the pub he opened gas taps to the pipelines regulating gas flow from the balloons, then threw a lit cigarette and ran.
The text of the message, sent by cell phone notification, claimed that three pipe bombs were "scattered throughout the museum."
The daily commute in Tel Aviv has been a complex affair due to construction for the city's new Light Rail.
"If you know of a specific person injured by stones thrown by our young people, contact us and we will try to compensate for this."
"The uniqueness of this cohort’s multi-cultural identity makes their art special and relevant to their peers," said Ilia Salita of Genesis Group.
The Dutch national security agency said the Rotterdam mayor had not, as he claimed, been in touch about the Hamas conference.
Sainte Gilles Mayor Charles Picque said the driver was a "radicalized man." He was detained after police found the gas canisters in his car.
A report by experts at the Technion Institute of Technology warned that the tank is a ticking time bomb that does not belong in a populated area.
Post-it notes with swastikas, messages reading “No Jews” and other anti-Semitic slurs were found on doors; mezuzahs were damaged as well.
"I have been here for six years and haven’t seen anything like it," a local worker said.
The Consulate received the all-clear shortly after and the Boulevard was reopened to traffic.