Britain’s Royal Mail has issued a commemorative stamp featuring Sir Nicholas Winton, known as the “British Schindler.”
The U.S. State Department criticized Israel for “expropriation” of West Bank land around Jericho and near the Dead Sea.8
Several hundred ultranationalists, including seven veterans of Nazi Germany’s Waffen SS, marched through Riga on the independence day of the Baltic nation of Latvia.
“American Pie” singer Don McLean has denied allegations from his “soon-to-be ex-wife” that he called her an anti-Semitic slur.3
U.S. Republican front-runner Donald Trump swept three states and drove rival Marco Rubio out of the White House race, but the New York billionaire’s loss in the crucial state of Ohio wrought more chaos for a party deeply fractured by his candidacy.
President Barack Obama is likely to announce either Judge Sri Srinivasan or Judge Merrick Garland as his pick for U.S. Supreme Court nominee and the announcement could come as early as Wednesday, a source familiar with the selection process said on Tuesday.15
Jerry Springer compared the behavior of the presidential candidates in this election season to the atmosphere on his famously boisterous talk show.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter and his Israeli counterpart, Moshe Yaalon, agreed at a Pentagon meeting to increase cooperation in the cyber domain, but did not announce agreement on a 10-year military aid package.
The Labour Party in Britain has suspended a member for the second time for saying Jews have “big noses” and “slaughter the oppressed.”
Television host Kathie Lee Gifford raved about Israeli cuisine Monday, offering treats from a recent trip to the Jewish state to her Today Show co-anchor.
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