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70 Years Since Nazi 'Final Solution' Meeting

By Haaretz

Over 70 parliamentarians from across Europe will gather in Brussels on Friday to mark the anniversary of the Wannsee Conference, a pivotal moment in Holocaust history.Read More


Netanyahu Chooses AIPAC Over Africa Trip

By Haaretz

After the Prime Minister’s Office loudly trumpeted that Benjamin Netanyahu would embark at the end of February on an historic visit to Kenya and Uganda, it seems that this endeavor has been buried with barely a whimper.Read More


Cubans Say They Want To Resolve Gross Issue

By JTA

Jailed American Jewish contractor Alan Gross visited Cuba at least five times in one year to set up wireless Internet connections, according to a report citing leaked court documents.Read More


Santorum Claims Belated Win in Iowa

By Forward Staff

Republican Rick Santorum claimed a delayed-reaction victory after a final count showed him ahead of frontrunner Mitt Romney by 34 votes.Read More


Bibi Denies Calling Haaretz and Times 'Enemies'

By JTA

The Israeli Prime Minister’s Office denied that Benjamin Netanyahu told the editor of The Jerusalem Post that Israel’s two greatest enemies are The New York Times and Haaretz.Read More


Six Hurt During West Bank Outpost Demolition

By Haaretz

Violent clashes broke out early Thursday morning as security forces attempted to dismantle the illegal Yisa Bracha outpost near the West Bank settlement of Mitzpeh Jericho.Read More


White House: No 'Direct Talks' in Iran Letter

By JTA

The Obama administration said an Iranian lawmaker had mischaracterized its message warning against blocking the Strait of Iran and reiterating its commitment to dialogue.Read More


Bibi Calls Times and Haaretz 'Main Enemies'

By JTA

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel’s two greatest enemies are The New York Times and Haaretz, the editor of The Jerusalem Post said in a speech.Read More


Massive Jerusalem Highway Project Approved

By Haaretz

The main highway into Jerusalem will receive a major expansion in the coming years, after the High Court rejected petitions against the plan by nearby residents, green lighting one of the largest infrastructure projects in Israel in recent years.Read More


British Museum Pressed To Drop Study Tied to Ahava

By JTA

British scientists and filmmakers have called on the Natural History Museum in London to pull out of a study because of its collaboration with the Israeli company Ahava, which operates in the West Bank.Read More





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