After experiencing the cruelty of the Nazis firsthand, 81-year-old Alex Hershaft is sure he survived purely to end man’s cruelty towards farm animals.
5 siblings serve as combat soldiers in elite units – and even the family dog is an explosive-sniffing decorated veteran.
Rajoub says intention of resolution to drop Israeli teams from FIFA is to ‘end suffering of Palestine football rather than cause suffering to others.’
By Matt Robinson and Fatos Bytyci KUMANOVO, Macedonia (Reuters) – Macedonia said on Sunday its police had wiped out a group of ethnic Albanian "terrorists" in a day-long gun battle that left at least 22 people dead at a moment of deep political crisis in the former Yugoslav republic. NATO, which dragged Macedonia from the brink of civil war in 2001, called for a "transparent investigation" of what went on when heavily armed police entered a mainly Albanian neighborhood in the northern town of Kumanovo before dawn on Saturday. The government said eight police and 14 members of an "armed group" had been killed in the ensuing gun battle, describing the gunmen as former rebel commanders from neighboring Kosovo, which broke from Serbia in war in 1999 and inspired an ethnic Albanian insurgency in Macedonia two years later.
MK Shelah submits petition to top court asking for temporary injunction to prevent incoming coalition from passing amendment to revoke limit on number of ministers.
Tel Aviv resident was in Southeast Asian nation to visit son with his wife; their minibus hit a truck, killing the 62-year-old Israeli and injuring his wife and son.
KUMANOVO, Macedonia (AP) — An armed group battling Macedonian police over the weekend aimed to destabilize the country by attacking state buildings and public areas, the prime minister said Sunday. The attacks left at least 22 people dead, a top official said.
Budgets Department director says each new minister will cost NIS 2.8-3.9 million a year, slams the inefficiency of large number of ministries.