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Chef Has Solution to 'Frankenfish' Woes

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The northern snakehead is known as “Frankenfish” and “rattlesnakes with fins,” and some chefs say one way to stop the predatory, fast-spreading fish is obvious - with a fork.Read More


France Will Back Palestinian Statehood Bid

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France said on Tuesday it would vote in favour of Palestinian non-member status at the United Nations.Read More


French Cemeteries Hit by New Anti-Semitic Attacks

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French police reportedly are investigating fresh acts of vandalism in two Jewish cemeteries and a municipal building.Read More


It's CSI: Ramallah as Arafat's Body Exhumed

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Forensic experts took samples from Yasser Arafat’s buried corpse in the West Bank on Tuesday, trying to determine if he was murdered by Israeli agents using the hard-to-trace radioactive poison, Polonium.Read More


Hungary Leader Demands List of 'Risk' Jews

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A Hungarian far-right politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews who pose a “national security risk”, stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust.Read More


Tzipi Livni Announces Israel Election Run

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Former Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni announced her candidacy on Tuesday in a January general election, pledging to “fight for peace” with the Palestinians as a centrist alternative to Israel’s right-wing leadership.Read More


Pro-Settlement Extremists Sweep Likud Primary

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Pro-settler hardliners swept a vote on Monday held by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party, effectively tossing four of his closest allies and backers of Middle East diplomacy off a list of candidates running with him in a Jan. 22 election.Read More


Strauss-Kahn To Hear Result of Final Sex Probe

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Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn finds out on Wednesday whether the last sex offence case against him in France will be dropped, 18 months after rape accusations ended his presidential ambitions.Read More


Anti-Islam Filmmaker Has No Regrets

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The Egyptian-born Coptic Christian who made the anti-Islam film that sparked protests across the Muslim world has no regrets about his insulting portrayal of the Prophet Mohammad, according to an interview with the New York Times.Read More


Gill Named To Lead Joint Distribution Committee

By JTA

The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee named Alan Gill, its longtime executive director of international relations and a resident of Israel, as the organization’s new CEO.Read More


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