German court convicts Holocaust denier ‘Nazi grandma’ for the third time

Ursula Haverbeck, 88, was sentenced to six months in prison for publicly saying in January 2016 that the Holocaust did ...
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Go see Israel’s Oscar contender ‘Foxtrot.’ If only because Israel is warning you not to

Go see this magnificent film. If only because, whether your leader is Trump or Bibi, they may one day too ...
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IDF rabbis will no longer read Book of Joshua at swearing-in

IDF decides that army rabbis will no longer read from the Book of Joshua at swearing-in ceremonies.

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Israeli TV show promises prize to sexual harassment victims

Morning show posts message: 'Go to our Facebook page and tell us if you were sexually harassed - and you ...
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Arab MK consoles family of murdered Samaria man

Meretz MK, mayor of Arab town visit Samaria town to console family of elderly Jewish man murdered by terrorists ahead ...
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New Israeli Labor Party leader: ‘I don’t deal with Palestinians’ rights’

Avi Gabbay reaffirms his support for two-state solution after anti-Arab comments cause storm, but says: 'We should avoid uprooting Jews ...
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America's widening role in Syria's civil war

America's widening role in Syria's civil warThe unprecedented US downing of a Syrian regime warplane highlights the rapidly shifting dynamic in the six-year conflict where President Donald Trump has given American commanders a freer rein in the battlefield. The United States insisted Monday it wants no broader role in Syria’s civil war, and seeks only to destroy the Islamic State group, but the weekend incident shows the limits of America’s ability to stay disengaged. With myriad competing forces quickly converging in Syria, and new powers delegated to Trump’s commanders, the risk of additional confrontation is real.

U.S. student freed from N. Korea dies

U.S. student freed from N. Korea diesOtto Warmbier, the U.S. student who was freed from North Korea last week, has died at the age of 22. Warmbier was imprisoned for more than 17 months and was returned home to Ohio in a coma. His family released a statement Monday saying, “It is our sad duty to report that our son, Otto Warmbier, has completed his journey home.”