Haredi camp counselor killed in car accident

Rabbi Reuven Chaim Beiler, father of ten who served as counselor in US haredi camp, killed in road accident.

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‘Unite the Right’ rally approved in D.C. despite last year’s deadly turn

The National Parks Service approved, though not yet given a permit, for a far-right rally near the White House in ...
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A Florida mayor’s battle against BDS

Bal Harbour mayor explains the legislation that allows police to identify anti-Israel crimes as anti-Semitic.

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Watch: Jewish wedding in Dnipropetrovsk

Wedding of Yehiel Piekarsky with daughter of Rabbi Moshe Weber, director of 'Kollel Torah,' takes place at Ukraine 'Menorah' Jewish ...
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Order to 50 soldiers: Shave by Sunday

'Beard exemption' for 50 religious soldiers denied, after having been issued without problems for past year-and-a-half. 'What changed?'

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Iranian women at World Cup stadium to watch men’s football

Hundreds of Iranian women watched their first men's football match in a stadium last night ...
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No future for Russia bid for U.N. approval of Syria strikes: Britain

By Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Britain said on Friday there was no future for a Russian bid to win United Nations approval of international military campaigns combating Islamic State militants, which Russia decried as strange because there was nothing objectionable in its proposal. Russia circulated a draft resolution to the 15-member U.N. Security Council on Wednesday that would call on states involved in military efforts against Islamic State and other militants to coordinate with the countries where they are operating. In the case of Syria, this would mean cooperating military activities with President Bashar al-Assad’s government.

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At U.N., Sudan accuses ICC of targeting African leaders

Ibrahim Ghandour, Foreign Minister of Sudan addresses attendees during the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly at U.N. Headquarters in New YorkBy Hugh Bronstein UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Sudan’s Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour on Friday used the annual gathering of the 193 members of the United Nations to rail against the International Criminal Court (ICC), which he said has become a political tool to target African leaders. The Hague-based ICC has accused Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bashir of genocide and crimes against humanity in his campaign to crush a revolt in Sudan’s western Darfur region.

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