September 21, 2018

World

Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, in a comprehensive speech laid out a possible case for the United States to leave the Iran deal.
Israel condemned the nuclear test conducted by North Korea calling it a continuation of the country’s “pattern of defiant activity.”
The International Atomic Energy Agency reported that it found no evidence that Iran is breaching the 2015 nuclear agreement.
Lithuanian soldiers training to fight Russian troops pitched tents on the grounds of a former concentration camp and burial ground for Jews in Kaunas.
The South Sudan refugees settling into Uganda’s Bidi Bidi settlement camp are struggling to cope with what has become a threadbare life.
They live in huts and mud houses, partaking of bare essentials only when they are available. There are few markets and fewer police.
In an unusually harsh condemnation, the European Jewish Congress said the Polish government has a “staggering lack of concern” about anti-Semitism
A judge in Belarus cleared the way for the construction of apartments atop two former Jewish cemeteries.
An Israeli man was found shot dead near a Kiev synagogue in what is believed to have been a robbery rather than an anti-Semitic incident.
Iran can begin enriching weapons-grade uranium within five days if the nuclear deal with the world powers is canceled, its atomic chief said.
Following the death of a pedestrian in what appeared to be a vehicular terrorist attack in Marseille, a leader of the local Jewish community responded.
Conditions in Venezuela began deteriorating in 2013 following the death of the country’s former president, Hugo Chavez, and the ascension of Nicolas Maduro.
At least 14 victims and five suspected terrorists were killed in Barcelona and the resort town of Cambrils, 75 miles south of that city.
A van plowed through a crowd of people on its main shopping street, killing and injuring people in Barcelona.
Jordan refuses to allow Israel's ambassador to return to country unless security guard who shot dead two Jordanians is investigated and tried
A bipartisan group of former top national security officials urged President Donald Trump to stick to the Iran nuclear deal.
As U.S.-backed forces make advances against I.S., concern mounts over the possibility of another humanitarian catastrophe in Syria
David Satterfield, a veteran U.S. diplomat with experience in the Middle East, will become acting assistant secretary of state for Near East affairs.
Iranian President Rouhani tweeted a swipe at President Trump, hours after skewering the United States during his inauguration for a second term.
Hitler continues to fascinate, and a new exhibition in Berlin is proof: a reconstruction of the bunker where the German chancellor took his life in 1945.
A 96-year-old former Auschwitz guard is fit to serve a prison sentence, according to prosecutors in the German state of Hanover.
Campaigning last year for the presidency, Donald Trump said the Iran nuclear agreement was the “worst deal” he had ever seen.
A bill that the House passed on Tuesday ramps up sanctions and warnings on Iran for its missile testing, human rights abuses and backing of terrorism.
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