President Barack Obama on Friday said Sony Pictures “made a mistake” in pulling the satirical film “The Interview” after suffering a devastating cyberattack blamed on North Korea.5
A French mayor with ties to the far-right National Front party lit a menorah in city hall despite protests that doing so violated the separation of church and state.
The Republican Party has rejected the two-state solution, the official policy of U.S. administrations for decades.
In advance of the second round of Tunisia’s presidential elections, the head of the country’s Jewish community endorsed the campaign of secularist hopeful Beji Caid Essebsi.
President Obama signed into law a bill that ends Social Security payments to former Nazis.
Chabad set up a menorah in downtown Sydney as a tribute to the victims of a terrorist attack.
At a public lighting of Hanukkah candles, Amsterdam’s acting mayor urged Jews to celebrate their faith openly to counter rising levels of anti-Semitism.
A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip exploded in a kibbutz near Gaza without causing casualties or damage.
The comedy on the fictional assassination of North Korea’s leader is “desperately unfunny” and would have flopped overseas if it had not been canceled, according to leaked e-mails of international executives of Sony Pictures.5
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