The possibility of a war crimes investigation into the conduct of Israeli forces in Gaza, until recently unthinkable, has grown after the Palestinians said this week they wanted to become a party to the International Criminal Court.
A 3-week-old Gaza boy who survived a missile strike which killed nine family members — including his identical twin — in Gaza, seems to be on the mend in the hospital.
Israel’s 2014 budget will be able to absorb the costs incurred during the month-long Gaza conflict and there will be no need to increases taxes, Finance Minister Yair Lapid said on Thursday.
After spending most of the month-long Gaza war trapped at home watching the news for hours, Palestinian Salam al-Bayid returned to her university for the first time on Thursday to find the administration building with its facade in pieces.
Women are being squeezed from all sides, because men in power see their domination and sense of national identity slipping away, Jane Eisner writes.
Rabbi Yaacov Arar, who served as Chief Rabbi of Athens for over four decades, has died.
A white supremacist convicted of killing four people in three states, one because his name sounded Jewish, was sentenced to two life sentences for the deaths of two strangers.
Five teenagers were arrested early on Thursday for storming a Sydney, Australia school bus and allegedly shouting racial abuse and threats at its passengers, New South Wales state police said.3
Mediators worked against the clock on Thursday to extend a Gaza truce between Israel and the Palestinians as the three-day ceasefire went into its final 24 hours.
The University of Illinois rescinded a job offer to an incoming professor who harshly criticized Israel on Twitter.28
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