Secretary of State John Kerry said on Thursday he understands Israel’s “deep concerns” over Iran’s nuclear program and that the two allies share the same goal in curbing the perceived threat, although they differ in tactics.3
Children waded through sewage submerging the streets of a central Gaza neighbourhood on Thursday, a day after one of the blockaded Palestinian enclave’s largest waste water treatment plants stopped for lack of fuel.
The street in front of the Bulgarian Embassy was renamed Dimitar Peshev Plaza, in honor of the man credited with halting the deportation of about 50,000 Jews.
Three more people have alleged they were victims of child sexual abuse in Melbourne as the scandal that has embroiled the Jewish community since 2011 continues to deepen.
Worry among Quebec Jews over a proposed bill to ban public sector workers from wearing religious attire at work increased over comments made by a ruling party candidate in the province.15
A Brooklyn academy touted as the model for a national movement of Hebrew charter schools received an F on its New York City Department of Education Progress Report.
A New Jersey woman who disappeared nearly five years ago might have been murdered by a confessed serial killer who committed suicide in jail before authorities could locate all of his victims, the FBI said on Wednesday.
A naturalized American citizen of Palestinian descent pleaded not guilty to charges that she lied about her conviction in the deadly bombing of a Jerusalem supermarket in order to gain U.S. citizenship.
If the U.S. Congress imposes new sanctions against Iran, it could “break … apart” ongoing international negotiations aimed at curbing Tehran’s suspected nuclear weapons work, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday.
An Argentine prosecutor has asked a judge to declare as unconstitutional an agreement between Argentina and Iran to jointly investigate the deadly 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish community center that local courts blamed on Tehran.
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