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Herod Exhibit at Israel Museum Sparks Dispute With Palestinians

By Reuters

The first major museum exhibition on the divisive biblical figure of Herod the Great has provoked a modern-day row between Israel and the Palestinians over who has the right to dig up his artefacts.Read More


U.S. Ambassador Urges Egypt's Mohammed Morsi To Address Economic Woes

By Reuters

The United States has urged Egypt to move fast to agree a loan deal with the IMF, reform its energy sector and guarantee investors against “arbitrary acts” to avert a deeper slide in its economy.Read More


Barack Obama Will Give Live Speech to Israeli Crowd

By JTA

President Obama is scheduled to deliver an address directly to the Israeli people during his two-day visit to Israel.Read More


Iran Denies Officials Will Faces Questions in Argentina Jewish Center Bomb Probe

By Reuters

Iran denied on Tuesday it had agreed to allow international investigators to question Tehran officials over the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community centre in Buenos Aires as part of a plan to form a truth commission.Read More


Israeli Lawmakers Push for Info on Australian Mossad Spy Dubbed Prisoner X

By Aluf Benn and Jonathan Lis (Haaretz)

Israeli lawmakers on Tuesday called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to share the sensitive information that was the focus of an urgent meeting his office convened earlier in the day with the heads of Israeli media outlets.Read More


No Date for Valentine's Day? Don't Worry. There's an App for That

By Reuters

Singles who believe in love at first sight can turn to new apps that will match them with potential dates in time for Valentine’s Day, but only if each person has expressed an interest.Read More


Israel Urges Swift Response to North Korean Nuclear Test

By Reuters

Israel said on Tuesday that the international community must make clear to North Korea after its latest nuclear test that such activities cannot be tolerated.Read More


Mystery of Israel's Australian Double Agent 'Prisoner X'

By Reuters

Was an Australian man who supposedly committed suicide in a high-security Israeli jail really a double agent? It sounds like the plot of a Tom Clancy novel but it’s real.Read More


'Righteous' French Group Boycotts Jewish Event

By JTA

A French organization that saved Jews during the Holocaust has declined to attend a commemoration because it was organized by pro-Israel Jews.Read More


Benjamin Netayahu Tells American Jewish Leaders Iran Is Nearing Nuclear 'Red Line'

By JTA

Addressing a delegation from the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations in Jerusalem, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke about the Iranian nuclear threat and said he looked forward to President Obama’s upcoming Israel trip.Read More


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