Last week, Rani Dekel was doing doing donuts on the streets of Jerusalem in a blue and orange Formula race car with hundreds of thousands cheering him on.
Montreal’s new mayor, who pledged to stamp out corruption at City Hall when he took office late last year, was arrested by Quebec’s anti-corruption police squad on Monday, numerous Canadian media outlets said.
The idea of establishing a Palestinian state in the Land of Israel has reached a “dead end,” Economy Minister Naftali Bennett said on Monday, as the double-talk from the government regarding the conflict with the Palestinians continued.
Friends and neighbors were stunned at revelations that an elderly suburban Minneapolis man was actually a wanted Nazi killer with ties to killings at the Warsaw Ghetto, the Associated Press reported.
Jane Eisner envies voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, whose voices actually count during primary season. How can we change the system so that Jews’ and other minorities’ voices count, too?
Vladimir Putin’s opponents often brand him a “thief” at street protests. Now the Kremlin is dismissing an American football team owner’s account of how the Russian president ended up with his diamond-encrusted Super Bowl ring when they met eight years ago.
The State Department on Monday is expected to announce the appointment of Washington lawyer Cliff Sloan to oversee the closure of the controversial Guantanamo detention camp, sources familiar with the decision said on Sunday.
Over 130 companies have an Israeli connection in the global list of more than 100,000 offshore companies that are used as tax shelters around the world.
Israel approved new measures on Sunday against Jewish ultranationalists who vandalise Palestinian property in a drive to mire security forces in sectarian violence in the occupied West Bank.
Jewish-American singer Barbra Streisand landed in Israel Sunday evening ahead of her debut Israeli performance at the Israeli Presidential Conference.
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