Pope Francis made an impassioned New Year’s peace address on Wednesday, saying the heart of humanity seemed to have gone astray and too many people were still indifferent to war, violence and injustice.
From Sydney to London to San Francisco, revelers welcomed 2014 with extravagant fireworks displays, giant street parties and, in a new departure, fruit-flavored mist.
A former hotel security guard was sentenced to four years in prison for defacing a Memphis Jewish school’s Torah scroll and prayer books.
Three times as many Palestinians were killed in the West Bank in 2013 as were in the previous year, according to an Israeli human rights watchdog.
An American-born rabbi was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II.
Brooklyn Torah Animal World, an idiosyncratic collection of stuffed animals the New York Post has called “NYC’s weirdest museum,” is set to close due to financial hardship.
Two artworks hanging in Germany’s parliament building in Berlin may have been confiscated or acquired at artificially depressed prices by the Nazis from the original owners, German newspapers reported.
Former Israeli government minister Yosef Shapira, who was one of the founders of World Bnei Akiva, has died.
A municipal board in Dublin has authorized massive expansion of the city’s Jewish museum despite opposition by many residents.
A French comedian who implied that a Jewish journalist belonged in a gas chamber may be tried for racial incitement for the eighth time.3
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