Taglit-Birthright Israel will train Jewish educators from across the United States as Israel trip leaders.
A Jewish critic of Austria’s post-war record in returning property plundered by the Nazis plans to take his case to the European Court of Human Rights after receiving a jail sentence last year when his own restitution claim went sour.
Several Palestinians were injured in clashes between rioters and Israeli troops near the Ofer Prison north of Jerusalem.
The Jewish community in Milan is confronting an apparent case of embezzlement in which millions of dollars were removed from the community bank accounts.
The British celebrity chef Nigella Lawson was banned from flying to the United States because she confessed to taking illegal drugs, British media reported.
An Australian-American team of researchers recommended circumcising infant males to avoid diseases in a new study that compared the practice to vaccination.11
The Israeli-American Council has established an office in Las Vegas as part of a drive to expand from its Los Angeles base to U.S. cities with major concentrations of Israeli expatriates.
Portuguese prosecutors are investigating a Jewish prison guard and five of his colleagues for making a Nazi salute.3
Secretary of State John Kerry held late night phone conversations with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in a bid to revive peace talks.8
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