Vandals seriously damaged several graves in a more than 400-year-old Jewish cemetery in Split, Croatia.
An Israeli decision to suspend snarled negotiations with the Palestinians has signalled the latest and perhaps the final blow to two decades of a mostly fruitless peace process.
Palestinian Authority officials said they would demand Hamas accept the two-state solution as a condition to reconciliation between Ramallah and the Islamist group ruling Gaza.
A Baltimore judge refused to order a new trial for the man found guilty of killing an 11-year-old Jewish girl in 1969.
President Barack Obama said on Friday it was still in the interest of Israel and the Palestinians to seek peace — but suggested a “pause” may be needed.
Two years after its inception in Amsterdam, a project that invites visitors to homes that once belonged to Jewish Holocaust victims has spread to eight Dutch cities.
European Reform Jews landed what they said was an important victory in their legal fight for equal recognition and funding from the governments of Hungary and Poland.
Pro-Palestinian students from New York University distributed fake eviction notices at a dormitory to protest Israel’s house demolition practices.7
Rep. Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.), a top congressional appropriator, said she is ready to launch steps to defund the Palestinian Authority in the wake of its unity agreement with Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
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