A trove of fine art, military documents, and architectural drawings that were allegedly stolen by an Israeli antiques dealer from Russian museums were returned to the government in a ceremony at U.S ambassador John Tefft’s residence in Moscow.
“Girls” star Lena Dunham has apologized for accusing Spanish magazine “Tentaciones” of heavily photoshopping a photo of her that they featured on their cover after the publication responded with proof that they had not.
Iranian poet Payam Feili hopes to seek asylum in Israel soon. After facing discrimination, harassment and arrest for being openly gay in Iran, Feili was forced to flee the country. He explained to the PEN American Center, a writers group aimed at supporting freedom of expression, how he was taken from his home and held for 44 days without being charged. Feili then lived in Turkey for two years and now seeks asylum in Israel.
Embedded within one of Hillary Clinton’s thousands of emails, released by the State Department on Monday, was a note addressed to ‘Hashem.’
Netflix has picked up the popular Israeli teen series, ‘The Greenhouse.’
Five women from the ancient Chinese Jewish community of Kaifeng arrived in Israel Monday morning to start their new lives in the Jewish state.
On Monday, February 29, five women from the ancient Chinese Jewish community of Kaifeng plan to make aliyah with the help of the nonprofit organization Shavei Israel.
A group of 30 students and pro-Palestinian activists protested Friday to demand the end of tax-exempt status for the Hebron Fund, a Brooklyn not-for-profit that supports Jewish settlers in the West Bank city of Hebron.
Amazon is hoping to strike gold twice, orders new Jill Soloway pilot, ‘I Love Dick.’
Students at McGill University voted 59.6% in favor of a resolution supporting the anti-Israel BDS movement.