Amid simmering tensions over Iran policy, the Obama and Netanyahu governments appear to have quietly forged common ground in recent weeks on Israeli-Palestinian talks, with the United States accepting that a possible “framework” agreement might not address every outstanding issue in the negotiations.
A Jewish family may proceed with its legal battle to recover a valuable painting surrendered to the Nazis following a ruling by a U.S. appeals court on lost artwork.
The largest public water company in the Netherlands has severed ties with Israel’s national water company over its operation in West Bank settlements.15
They can’t agree on the project’s goal. They can’t agree on who supports it. They can’t even agree on its name.
A Spanish aristocrat offered an official apology to the Jewish community of Gibraltar for the expulsion of Jews in the 15th century.
A Palestinian leader asked the NBC television network to pull out of filming a drama series in the Old City of Jerusalem.7
Hillel International warned its Swarthmore College chapter that it cannot use the Hillel name if it flouts the international Jewish campus group’s Israel guidelines.3
Israel, Egypt and North Korea should renounce chemical weapons, especially after Syria joined the convention banning them and three other nations plan to do so, the chief of an international watchdog said on Tuesday.3
A former leader of the ultranationalist Jobbik party in Hungary was sent out of Canada prior to a speaking engagement in Montreal.
Israel’s Knesset passed legislation that will allow the state to detain illegal migrants without trial for one year.
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