A Dutch ship that sparked controversy because it was named after a Nazi will have its name changed, its owner said.
The first utility-scale solar power field in East Africa, built on land belonging to a Jewish-sponsored youth village in Rwanda, was launched.
The British broadcaster Sky News apologized for showing images of the Gaza conflict during an interview about the Holocaust with British Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis.8
Final farewells for two of the 6 victims of this week’s fiery New York commuter train accident will be held two hours apart this morning, including the mother of three who was behind the wheel of the SUV the train slammed into on Tuesday night.
Jane Eisner outlines the issues that concern her the most as an American Jewish woman, and explains why they should concern all of us as well.
Moroccan Jews touted their country’s efforts to preserve Jewish cemeteries at the opening of an exhibition on Morocco in Paris.
A senior Israeli official suggested on Friday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had been misled into thinking an invitation to address the U.S. Congress on Iran next month was fully supported by the Democrats.10
Israeli President Reuben Rivlin called for the building of a new city to accommodate Israel’s growing Arab minority.
Top congressional Democrats – including a number of pro-Israel Jewish lawmakers – confronted Israeli officials in tense meeting about Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s planned speech to Congress.35
The New York commuter train that plowed into a car stopped on a crossing this week was traveling just below the speed limit and no problem was found with the signals or traffic barriers at the site of the deadly crash, a federal investigator said on Thursday.30
Argentine investigators summoned a former spy chief for questioning over the death of a state prosecutor who alleged the country’s president had tried to cover up his investigation into the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center, Argentine media reported.
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