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Prosecutors Move To End Case Against Strauss-Kahn

By Forward Staff

Prosecutors file papers asking a judge to set aside the sex assault charges against former IMF boss Dominique Strauss-Kahn, several news organizations reported.Read More


Bibi Tells Cabinet Israel Cannot Act in Gaza

By Barak Ravid (Haaretz)

The cabinet voted Monday to refrain from any action that could lead to an escalation in the south and to cooperate indirectly with the truce Hamas declared on Sunday. So far, the truce has largely held, although three rockets did hit southern Israel from the Gaza Strip on MondayRead More


Childhood Holocaust Survivors Meet in Poland

By JTA

More than 300 people who survived the Holocaust as children are meeting in Warsaw – a first for Poland.Read More


Mississippi Man Fired From Job Because He's Jewish

By JTA

A federal jury found that a Mississippi man was fired from his casino job because he’s Jewish.Read More


Europe's Largest Jewish Cemetery Vandalized

By JTA

After vandals stuck Europe’s largest Jewish cemetery in Berlin, Jewish leaders are asking area metal dealers to check for wrought-iron objects that might have been stolen from the cemetery.Read More


Shaky Ceasefire Takes Hold in Gaza

By JTA

Palestinian factions in Gaza appeared to be observing a ceasefire with Israel reportedly brokered by Egypt.Read More


Sharpton Admits Crown Heights 'Mistakes'

By JTA

Rev. Al Sharpton says he made “mistakes” during the Crown Heights riots 20 years ago.Read More


Reports: Strauss-Kahn Case Set To Be Dismissed

By Forward Staff

New York prosecutors plan to ask a judge Monday to dismiss the sex assault charges against former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn.Read More


Despite Truce, Gaza Militants Fire Rockets Into Israel

By Yanir Yagna and Barak Ravid (Haaretz)

Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip continued to fire rockets at southern Israel overnight Sunday and into Monday morning, despite the Hamas rulers’ declaration of a cease-fire the prior evening.Read More


Libyan Rebels Enter Tripoli as Gadhafy Regime Crumbles

By Forward Staff

Libyan rebels captured two of Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi’s sons, and his presidential guard has surrendered, said the rebel National Transitional Council told Reuters on Sunday.Read More





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