Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Thursday he will address the U.S. Congress during a March visit likely to drive home differences with the Obama administration over whether to impose additional sanctions on Tehran.23
The invitation from Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio,) the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress appears to have been very personal, indeed – virtually no one outside the Boehner-Netanayhu circle had any idea it was coming until just before the announcement.4
The Israeli Mossad intelligence agency has reportedly urged United States senators to vote against placing additional sanctions on Iran.
The head of a growing anti-immigrant, anti-Islam movement in Germany stepped down under pressure after photos of him dressed as Hitler appeared in the country’s most popular daily.
A cardiovascular surgeon at Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital was fatally shot by a former patient’s son, who subsequently killed himself.26
Authorities have found wreckage from a private aircraft and the remains of two Americans three months after the plane triggered security alerts as it veered far off its course to Florida before crashing off Jamaica, officials said on Wednesday.
The Jewish community in Trieste is protesting a suggestion by an official in the Italian municipality to charge an entry fee to a former concentration camp there.
Portugal’s law on naturalizing descendants of Sephardic Jews could become effective before March 15, a leader of the country’s Jewish community said.
Candy maker Tootsie Roll Industries Inc said Chief Executive Melvin Gordon died at the age of 95 after brief illness, sparking speculation the company could be acquired.
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