Israel’s upgraded Arrow ballistic missile shield passed a full interception test on Thursday, hitting a target in space meant to simulate the trajectory of the long-range weapons held by Iran, Syria and Hezbollah, the Defence Ministry said.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recently adopted dog Kaiya has sunk her teeth into her new position, biting two visitors at an event on Wednesday, including the husband of the deputy foreign minister.27
Catholics should not try to convert Jews and should work with them to fight anti-Semitism, the Vatican said on Thursday in a major new document that drew the Church further away from the strained relations of the past.
Egypt has freed an Israeli-Arab held in its jails for 15 years on espionage charges in exchange for the release of two Egyptians held in Israel, Egyptian and Israeli officials said on Thursday.
President Barack Obama hosted President Reuven Rivlin and a dozens of Jewish leaders Wednesday at two White House parties for Hanukkah.23
Mayor Rahm Emanuel, under heavy criticism for his handling of a cop shooting that resulted in the death of a black teen, apologized on Wednesday for problems with the police department and promised reform.
Irving Picard, the trustee appointed to liquidate the assets of convicted Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff and return money to his victims, has filed a $95 million lawsuit against some of Israel’s largest educational and medical institutions.
The heirs of Jewish mob legend Meyer Lansky want compensation for his nationalized hotel, the Riviera, the seaside home to one of the last casinos built in swinging Havana of the 1950s.5
A 60-year-old convicted Jewish extremist and his wife were badly injured — he in the head — in a West Bank 20-bullet drive-by shooting.
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