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New iPhone Sells Fast in Gaza

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Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are forking out $1,000 a pop for smuggled iPhone 5’s. The smart phones hit the streets of the coastal enclave before tech-mad Israelis get ‘em.Read More

Anti-Semitic French Tweets Use 'Good Jew' Hashtag


A French nonprofit said it was considering making complaints against some Twitter users following an explosion of French-language anti-Semitic messages.Read More

Historic Synagogue Badly Damaged by Fire


A historic synagogue in Connecticut was seriously damaged by a fire.Read More

'Mini-Flame' Computer Virus Hits Middle East

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The security company that has discovered some of the most sophisticated spying software unearthed to date says it found a related program, dubbed “miniFlame,” which can carry out more precise attacks on targets in the Middle East.Read More

After First Coffee, Alvin Roth 'Delighted' by Nobel

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U.S. economist Alvin Roth, winner of the 2012 Nobel prize for economics on Monday with colleague Lloyd Shapley, was “surprised” and “delighted” when he got the midnight call at his California home telling him he had won.Read More

French Envoy Slammed Over Israel Denial


Israel’s foreign ministry has accused France’s consul general in Jerusalem of “denying Jewish connection to the Land of Israel.”Read More

Ashton Has High Hopes for Iran Talks

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Negotiations with Iran over its nuclear programme could move forward very soon, the European Union’s foreign policy chief said on Monday, as EU foreign ministers met to agree another round of sanctions against Tehran.Read More

Moshe Katsav Asks for Pardon in Rape


Former Israeli President Moshe Katsav has filed a request for a presidential pardon.Read More

Interfaith Award Goes to 2 Rabbis, Chelsea Clinton


The Temple of Understanding, a U.S. interfaith dialogue body, has awarded its annual award to two rabbis, an Imam and Chelsea Clinton, among other recipients.Read More

Alvin Roth's 'Game' Helps Win Economics Nobel

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Life-saving kidney swaps are just one of the practical applications of the so-called game theories for which economist Alvin Roth won a share of the Nobel prize for economics.Read More

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