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Activists Mount Protest at West Bank Supermarket

By JTA

Some 100 Palestinians and international activists protesting in front of a supermarket in a West Bank settlement called for a boycott of settlement goods.Read More


Big Shake-Up at Kosher Food Giant

By JTA

Empire Kosher Poultry Inc. fired its chief executive officer allegedly after the aborted acquisition of another kosher poultry firm.Read More


Dutch Prince Dedicates Jewish Quarter Center

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The intended king of the Netherlands, Prince Willem-Alexander, officiated at the dedication of the new Jewish cultural quarter in Amsterdam.Read More


Israeli Astronaut's Name Dumped at Space Center

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A space center that opened in the Arab-Israeli city of Taybeh was not named for the late Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon following opposition from city residents.Read More


Terror Victims File $1B Suit Over Bank Transfers

By JTA

The families of five of the students killed in the 2008 terrorist attack on the Mercaz Harav Yeshiva in Jerusalem have filed a $1 billion lawsuit against the Bank of China for making money transfers to Hamas.Read More


Strauss-Kahn Plots Comeback After Sex Woes

By Reuters

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former IMF chief whose French presidential ambitions were shattered by a sex scandal last year, is making a comeback in business and at conferences.Read More


Jewish Schoolboy Beaten at Paris Bus Stop

By JTA

Two men hit and threatened a Jewish schoolboy at a Paris bus stop, according to the security unit of France’s Jewish community, SPCJ.Read More


Casino Boom Spotlights Adelson's Chinese Links

By Reuters

The Chinese gambling boom has been a godsend for Sheldon Adelson and Las Vegas gaming houses. What influence does Asian organized crime have at casinos in Macau?Read More


Colombia's President Wins Shalom Award

By JTA

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos was awarded the Shalom Prize for his commitment to seeking peace in his country and worldwide.Read More


Seeing Little Choice, Arabs Back Obama

By Reuters

Many in the Middle East believe Barack Obama failed to deliver on promises of a new U.S. approach in the region but still prefer him to presidential rival Mitt Romney, who they see as too close to Israel and too keen to project U.S. military might.Read More


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