Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged anew on Thursday that world powers seek to “significantly roll back” Iran’s nuclear capabilities under any deal achieved in continuing talks.16
Dr. Robert Neulander, a prominent physician and Jewish lay leader in Syracuse, N.Y., was found guilty of second-degree murder in the 2012 death of his wife.
The Hillel chapter at Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina, said it will no longer abide by Hillel International’s restrictions on Israel-related issues.
An Argentine union leader who called a government minister “little Jew boy” defended himself by saying “Everybody calls him this.”4
Stephen Greenberg, a New Jersey lawyer, was nominated to be the next chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.
Tensions between French National Front leader Marine Le Pen and her father Jean-Marie worsened on Thursday as the 86-year-old founder of the far-right party defended having described Nazi gas chambers as a “detail of history.”
Italian President Sergio Mattarella, met the family of a two- year-old Jewish boy killed in the 1982 attack by Palestinian terrorists on the Great Synagogue of Rome.
A Dutch civil servant who said ISIS was a ‘Zionist’ conspiracy may keep her job, the country’s justice minister determined.3
Experts have determined that a painting by Camille Pissarro from the cache of reclusive German art collector Cornelius Gurlitt was stolen by Nazis from its rightful owner, according to German officials.
Secretary of State John Kerry and his German and French counterparts extended marathon talks in Switzerland on Wednesday for a second day beyond a self-imposed deadline to reach a preliminary agreement with Iran on its nuclear program.
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