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Paul Krugman: Israeli Policies 'Suicide'

By Haaretz

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman says ‘narrow-minded’ Israeli policies are ‘basically a gradual long-run form of national suicide.’Read More


USAID, Mashav Agree on Africa Aid

By JTA

The U.S. Agency for International Development signed a memorandum of understanding with its Israeli counterpart, Mashav.Read More


Shomrim Trial To Go Forward in Baltimore

By JTA

Lawyers for two Baltimore Jewish brothers accused of beating a black teenager withdrew a request to move the trial out of the city and requested a bench trial.Read More


Sirens Herald Start of Israeli Memorial Day

By JTA

A one-minute siren marked the beginning of Fallen Soldiers and Victims of Terrorism Remembrance Day, Israel’s official Memorial Day.Read More


Hebrew Charter School Approved in D.C.

By JTA

A Hebrew-language charter school was approved in Washington and is scheduled to open for the 2013-14 term.Read More


Israel Ambassador Meets Zimbabwe's Mugabe

By Haaretz

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Dan Shacham, Israel’s non-resident ambassador to Africa, met one of the most notorious dictators in the world, Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe.Read More


Peres: Israeli Army Has Never Been Stronger

By Haaretz

The Israel Defense Forces is stronger than ever, President Shimon Peres told bereaved families at Israel’s Memorial Day ceremony in the Old City of Jerusalem on Tuesday night.Read More


'60 Minutes' Showered With Complaints

By JTA

Thousands of Christian and Jewish supporters of Israel have bombarded CBS executives with complaints about a “60 Minutes” segment that blamed Israel for the exodus of Christians from the West Bank and Jerusalem.Read More


Maccabiah Hoops Coach Fired by Virginia Tech

Seth Greenberg, who will coach the U.S. men’s basketball team at the 2013 Maccabiah Games, was fired by Virginia Tech.Read More


Baltimore Shomrim Suspects Want Trial Moved

By JTA

Lawyers for two Baltimore Jewish brothers accused of beating a black teenager requested that the trial be moved out of the city because of perceived similarities between the case and the death of Trayvon Martin.Read More


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