IS-fighting British man Jac Holmes killed in Syria

IT worker Jac Holmes, 24 from Bournemouth, was killed clearing landmines in Raqqa, the BBC understands ...
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‘Supreme Court is striking down laws left and right’

Jewish Home chief slams 'judicial revolution' and activist Supreme Court, claims court has gotten used to running roughshod over Knesset.

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Trial reveals security failures before Toulouse terror attack

Trial of terrorist involved in deadly attack on Jewish school reveals French security failures which may have enabled attack.

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UC Berkeley student paper publishes anti-Semitic caricature

Student newspaper publishes cartoon eerily reminiscent of anti-Semitic caricatures in Nazi Germany and Arab world.

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One of the strongest Jews in Olympic history is selling his gold medal

Isaac Berger, now 80, is auctioning off his gold medal. As of Monday, the current bid stands at $6,278 ...
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Al Gore: Trump’s Tweets won’t help

Former US presidential candidate unfazed about US intention to pull out of Paris Climate Accord.

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Mideast powers trade blame as Yemen teeters

A Yemeni man looks at the ruins of his house in Sanaa after it was destroyed in an air strike by Saudi-led coalition warplanes, on March 31, 2015Regional rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran traded accusations Tuesday over the escalating conflict in Yemen, which the UN rights chief warned was on the brink of "total collapse". In the heaviest raids yet of the six-day Saudi-led air war against Shiite Huthi rebels, explosions lit up the skies over Sanaa on Monday night and rocked other parts of the country on Tuesday. Amnesty International accused the Saudi-led coalition of "turning a blind eye to civilian deaths" as it reported four children were among six burned to death in strikes on Ibb, in central Yemen. The UN children's fund said that at least 62 children had been killed and 30 injured during the fighting in Yemen over the past week.