On Monday, at a news conference scheduled to announce the consolidation of New York City vehicles, Bloomberg said he was “flattered” to have received what is being called the “Jewish Nobel Prize” but acknowledged, “I don’t need the money.”
The Toronto Transit Commission rejected four anti-Israel advertisements for being “inaccurate and misleading.”
Qatar has agreed to provide $150 million in debt relief to the Palestinian Authority, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said in Paris after talks with Qatari Foreign Minister Khaled al-Attiyah.
Govs. Rick Perry of Texas and Brian Sandoval of Nevada, Republicans tapped for 2016 presidential runs, are visiting Israel.
On Friday October 18, Scientific American announced that Dr. Bora Zivkovic, Scientific American’s blog editor, had resigned his post following a post on the personal blog of one Monica Byrne.
Rabbi Avraham Zuckerman, founder of the Bnei Akiva yeshiva network and a leader in the national-religious movement in Israel, has died.
“We need to see what they’re going to actually do,” Lew said just days after talks renewed between major powers and Iran over its nuclear program, which Iran insists is peaceful.
Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday will seek to dim the optimism after nuclear talks with Iran, cautioning that Tehran is strengthening its strategic regional position by calling the shots in Syria as President Bashar al-Assad’s puppet master.
Canada has allocated $800,000 to preserve the testimonies of Holocaust survivors.
The City of Toledo, Spain, has opened an advanced studies of Spanish Jewry course for 50 tour guides.
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