Several hundred Jews braved sub-freezing temperatures to receive aid packages at the synagogue of the besieged city of Lugansk.
The collapse of Israel’s government will keep investors on edge at least until new elections are held in March, adding to the economic hit to tourism and growth from the July-August Gaza war.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum will increase its educational programming in the U.S. and abroad with a $25 million gift, the largest in the museum’s history.
French Prime Minister Manuel Vals said that the suspected rape and robbery of a young Jewish woman near Paris shows the need to combat anti-Semitism.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
An oil spill from a pipeline into a desert nature reserve near Eilat is being called one of Israel’s worst environmental disasters.
Croatia will give land and an office building in Zagreb collectively valued at about $4 million to the city’s Jewish community as restitution for property expropriated during World War II.
A suspect in the robbery and rape of a young couple in suburban Paris is a neighbor who borrowed sugar from the victims days before the attack, a lawyer for the victims’ family told French media.
A student at the Torat Haim yeshiva near Moscow was badly beaten outside the yeshiva.
The wife of Alan Gross said “I am afraid that we are at the end” as the American-Jewish contractor marked the completion of his fifth year in a Cuban prison.
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