Argentinian President Mauricio Macri met with the daughters of AMIA special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, a year after the lawman was found dead in his apartment with a gunshot wound to the head.
The United States imposed sanctions on 11 companies and individuals for supplying Iran’s ballistic missile program in a move delayed by over two weeks so as not to endanger this weekend’s release of U.S. prisoners, sources familiar with the matter said.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg has donated 290,000 shares of company stock, worth about $31 million, to several different charities.
Thousands of birds strutted around like rambunctious kids at recess — six varieties of turkey and nearly 40 breeds of chicken, duck and geese.
Iran will “deepen its coordination” with the United States to locate a Jewish-American man missing since 2007, President Barack Obama said.
Kuwait Air is ending its New York to London service over the carrier’s refusal to carry Israeli passengers.
Palestinian officials said on Sunday they had arrested a member of their peace negotiating department for spying for Israel, a development likely to deepen distrust between the sides at a time of deadlocked diplomacy and simmering street violence.
Pope Francis crossed the Tiber River to visit Rome’s Great Synagogue Sunday.8
Israel bristled on Sunday at the lifting of international sanctions on Iran and vowed to flag up any violations of its arch-foe’s nuclear restrictions while drawing on U.S. defense aid to prepare for a possible military face-off in the future.4
Days after the American Historical Association decisively rejected a resolution denouncing Israel, the Washington D.C.-based Association of American Universities reaffirmed its opposition to boycotts against Israeli academic institutions.
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