September 25, 2018

World

The $110 billion defense purchase was part of a broader trade pact that Trump in Saudi Arabia called a “landmark agreement.”
Britain’s bloodiest terrorist attack in over a decade occurred Monday just two miles from Rabbi Yisroel Cohen’s synagogue.
Meeting with P.A. President Abbas in Bethlehem, Trump condemned those behind the deadly bombing in Manchester, England, the night before as “evil losers.”
At least 22 people were killed in a suspected terrorist attack during a concert in northern England by the American pop star Ariana Grande.
The Trump administration last week endorsed a narrative long promoted by critics of the Iran nuclear deal: It’s North Korea all over again.
Supporters of Emmanuel Macron were not alone in cheering his victory Sunday in the first round of France’s presidential elections.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad filed to run in Iran’s upcoming presidential election, defying the wishes of the country’s supreme leader.
At a Shabbat service in Tel Aviv on Friday evening, congregants recited the mourner’s prayer for those killed in Syria’s civil war.
Israel condemned French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen for saying her country is not responsible for the deportation of Jews to death camps in 1942.
The March 20 devastation of 13 gravestones in the suburb of Pantin was not an anti-Semitic attack, according to city officials.
The members of the Judisk Föreningen in Umea, decided Sunday at a meeting to shut down its building and end its activities, The Local-Sweden reported.
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