The World Jewish Congress slammed a Polish magazine report that alleged corrupt practices in the restitution and management of Jewish property in Poland.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives are on course to win a historic absolute majority in Sunday’s election, according to a projection based on exit polls and some results from broadcaster ARD.
An Israeli was seriously wounded on Sunday in a shooting attack near the West Bank city of Hebron. He was evacuated to the Hadassah Hospital Ein Karem for treatment.
Israel for the first time in six years on Sunday allowed building materials for private projects to enter the Gaza Strip via its border crossings.
Some eighty thousand men gathered at the Western Well for the holiday priestly blessing.
French police have arrested a young man suspected of making death threats against staff of a Jewish school in Toulouse.
A motion introduced by a Jewish legislator in Ontario to reaffirm the Canadian province’s commitment to religious freedom passed unanimously.
A town near Strasbourg has unveiled dozens of precious Judaica items that were recently discovered during renovation of a former synagogue.
Kenyan security forces were locked in a stand-off on Sunday with gunmen who killed at least 39 people at an upmarket shopping mall in the Kenyan capital, and it was still unclear how many hostages the al Qaeda-linked militants were holding.8
Senior European Union officials told Israel to explain why its soldiers seized a truckload of humanitarian aid intended for Palestinians, saying they deplored the confiscation.
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