Arab Israeli Conflict
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By DANIEL J. ROTH
The clip shows Aaron Schlossberg scolding two employees of a New York deli on Wednesday for communicating in Spanish during a lunch hour rush at the Fresh Kitchen restaurant on Madison Ave.
By JEREMY SHARON
A presidential trip to Ethiopia highlights contributions of Jewish and Israeli efforts – and the moral obligation to go even further
EU leaders gathered in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia on Wednesday for their first meeting on the matter since Trump quit the Iran nuclear accord.
Haley first warned she would "take names" when she arrived at the United Nations in January last year.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Germans honor gay Jewish pioneer of LGBT rights.
By SHOSHANA KRANISH
In a speech after Monday's fraught events, the Turkish president referred to Israel as a "terrorist state."
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Nearly 30 neo-Nazis can be seen in a photo tweeted by Bild journalist Claas Weinmann.
The anti-BDS resolution was supported by the representative for political education from the Union of Jewish Students in Baden, said the Youth Forum representative.
By RINA BASSIST
The Chechen-born French citizen was on two terrorism watch lists.
French prosecutor Francois Molins told reporters the police's anti-terrorism unit would launch an investigation.
"The ultimate goal is to lay the groundwork for getting everyone back to the table and negotiating a new deal," said the US State Department.
The fate of Korean-Americans Kim Hak-song, Tony Kim and Kim Dong-chul had been among a number of delicate issues in the run-up to the first-ever meeting of US and North Korean leaders.
Bjoern Hoecke criticized the memorial in Berlin to victims of the Nazi Holocaust as a "monument of shame."
By JULIANE HELMHOLD
"In light of what is happening in Syria at this moment, it is necessary to ensure the continued security coordination between the Russian army and the Israel Defense Forces."
By GIL HOFFMAN
“Gillibrand can be defeated because she is not working for the people of New York.”
By TAMARA ZIEVE
"The view of the results of this abominable act causes us deep sorrow and anger."
Grenell is sharp critic of Iran's nuclear program and a strong supporter of the Jewish state.
By JTA/RON KAMPEAS
An exhibit opening this month at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in DC asks the question “What did Americans know?”
Steinmeier, a social democratic politician and former foreign minister, met with leaders from the Islamic Association of Shi’ite Congregations in Germany (IGS).
Orban, a nationalist who won a third successive landslide victory in elections last month, has drawn accusations from critics at home and abroad of taking Hungary on an authoritarian path.
The moves are the first practical, if small, steps toward reconciliation.
Though representatives of camp survivors stated it would be "a renewed humiliation" to have members of the party there, the FPO insisted that it has denounced its Nazi roots.
Aviv Zonabend later retracted some of his comments, saying he meant to target Islamists, not Arabs.
The two Koreas reaffirmed the goal of complete denuclearization during their summit.
By HERB KEINON
By LAHAV HARKOV
By HAGAY HACOHEN
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