Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) became the sixth Jewish lawmaker to say he will not attend Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress.10
President Barack Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu clashed over Iran nuclear diplomacy on Monday on the eve of the Israeli prime minister’s hotly disputed address to Congress, underscoring the severity of U.S.-Israeli strains over the issue.
President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner of Argentina said prosecutor Alberto Nisman’s documents contradicted his own allegations that she had covered up Iran’s role in the 1984 Jewish center attack.
Despite controversy over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech before Congress, more Americans view him favorably than unfavorably, according to two separate polls.7
The Palestinians plan to file their first complaints in International Criminal Court on April 1.4
The White House said on Monday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to the U.S. Congress scheduled for Tuesday is unlikely to complicate ongoing nuclear talks with Iran.
A Kansas police officer testified on Monday about finding a young boy and his grandfather shot in the head outside a Jewish community center, the first witness of many planned for a hearing in the case of a white supremacist charged with killing three people in a Kansas City suburb last April.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the AIPAC conference lauded President Barack Obama but expressed few regrets for the speech to Congress he will present that has angered the White House.
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