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It’s doubtful Turner’s greeting was heard outside the country, however. Israeli overseas radio broadcasts went off the air Tuesday for the first time for 12 years because of a strike by journalists demanding pay equal to that of reporters at privately-owned newspapers. The 24-hour-strike halted programs in all 17 languages in which state-owned Kol Israel (Voice of Israel) transmits abroad daily, the officials said.


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