Three Israelis were injured, two seriously, in a suspected terror attack in the West Bank when a car intentionally rammed pedestrians.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin told Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to repair the damaged relations with U.S. President Barack Obama.9
The head of the extremist Lehava anti-co-existence group said he supports the burning of churches and mosques.
At least four Palestinians were killed and more than 30 wounded in southern Gaza when unexploded ordnance from last summer’s war with Israel was moved.24
Five people were injured, one of them seriously, when a walkway bridge collapsed at a kosher hotel in Switzerland.
The last defendant charged in the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme was sentenced to six months in prison.
At least one of the three suspected Jewish terrorists facing administrative detention in Israel has American citizenship, his parents said.10
Most schools forbid the use of cellphones by students during class, but in the Hasidic Jewish village of Kiryas Joel, New York, it’s the parents who are being required to power down.8
President Barack Obama is continuing to advocate for the nuclear deal between world powers and Iran. Here is a full transcript of his remarks on Wednesday at American University in Washington, D.C.
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