December 16, 2018

World

A few days before heading to Puerto Rico last month to pitch in with relief efforts following Hurricane Maria, which devastated the island on Sept. 20...
Iran reportedly attempted to purchase illegal technology for its missile and nuclear programs numerous times in 2016, according to German intelligence.
t has been decades since Simon Wiesenthal’s The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness was published.
Tthe World Jewish Congress urged international bodies to oppose attempts to whitewash Holocaust crimes in the European Union’s newest member, Croatia.
Authorities in Ukraine have identified several teenagers whom police said desecrated at least 20 Jewish graves in August.
The celebrated pianist Mikhail Klein collapsed and died on stage at the age of 72 while performing his own composition in his hometown of Irkutsk.
A 10-year-old girl was assaulted by her classmates and the home of a family was daubed with racist graffiti in two Paris-area incidents deemed anti-Semitic.
Ukrainian police arrested three alleged terrorists who targeted Jews in the central city of Uman.
Jewish organizations are providing aid to Las Vegas in the aftermath of the Oct. 1 shooting that resulted in 59 dead and 527 injured.
Jews in the Swedish city of Gothenburg expressed relief on Monday after a neo-Nazi march on Yom Kippur bypassed the city’s main synagogue.
The 7.1 magnitude quake on Sept. 19 toppled 38 buildings in Mexico City and killed over 300 people nationwide. Two buildings collapsed next to my apartment.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer has called on the Trump administration to recognize the Kurdish bid for independence.
The 13 black-and-white pictures sat in a cardboard box in a N. Hollywood residence, half a world and seven decades removed from the horrors they captured.
Ben Cardin, one of a handful of Senate Democrats who opposed the Iran nuclear deal, urged the Trump administration not to pull out of it.
With some 6 million votes, the populist, far-right Alternative for Germany, or AfD, finished in third place, securing 94 seats in the national parliament.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee announced that it will vote on legislation that tightens sanctions against Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah.
A court in Sweden has rerouted a neo-Nazi march on Yom Kippur farther away from a synagogue.
Ambassadors to Washington for America’s four European partners in the Iran nuclear deal said they opposed reopening the pact to negotiation.
Rabbi Norman Patz stood on a balcony overlooking the flooded streets, stripped trees and downed power lines in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Jews should not fear the strong election showing by the Alternative for Germany, a leader of the populist far-right party said.
Iran announced that it successfully tested a new medium-range missile capable of reaching Israel and U.S. military bases in the Persian Gulf.
Jewish leaders congratulated Angela Merkel on her election as German chancellor, while decrying the rise of Germany’s newest right-wing populist party.
Trump and Netanyahu both cast Iran as a rogue nation and said the 2015 nuclear deal trading sanctions relief for a rollback in Iran’s nuclear program.
Israel will send a search and rescue team to Mexico in the wake of a severe earthquake — the second to hit the North American nation in two weeks.
Puerto Rico’s three synagogues closed for Rosh Hashanah as Hurricane Maria pummeled the island. The synagogues canceled Wednesday evening services.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the Iran nuclear deal must be amended or canceled, but suggested that scrapping the deal may be preferable.
The number of times President Donald Trump mentioned Iran or its derivatives in his U.N. speech? Twelve, and each time to emphasize its threat.
Israel’s intelligence community opposes the drastic changes sought by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, report says.
An underground train in London was hit with a detonated device in an apparent terrorist attack. At least 22 people were injured.
President Donald Trump waived nuclear sanctions on Iran in compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal he reviles, but warned that he could take dramatic action.
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