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2 Israeli Med Students Killed in Romania

Two of the Israeli students involved in the accident were from Rahat, Israel's largest Bedouin city.

N-Ne-Neo Nazis in Uman?

A far-right Ukraine nationalist group has destroyed the huge Breslov central welcome tent in Uman.

Joint Azeri-Israeli Presidential Fund Supports Local Jewish Education

PM Netanyahu revealed in a speech in Baku that Israel jointly funds Jewish education with the president of Azerbaijan, and his predecessor.

Czech Parliament Recommends Stopping Payments to UNESCO

The Czech parliament also passed a resolution this week condemning UNESCO’s decisions against Israel as well.

Historical Discovery in Lithuania: Escape Tunnel Used by Jewish Prisoners to Escape from the...

For the first time since the Holocaust the famous tunnel used by the prisoners of Ponar to escape from the Nazis had been located using new technologies for underground predictive scanning.

Czech Republic Opening Consulate in Jerusalem, Moving Embassy ‘Later’

Both the new Czech Consulate and Czech Cultural Center are to be located on the “western” side of Jerusalem.

Shavei Israel to Open First Jewish Kindergarten in Lodz

Shavei Israel and the Jewish community of Lodz will open the first Jewish kindergarten in the city since World War II.

European Jews Worry About Rising Anti-Semitism (Again) in Poland

The EJC is specifically raising a red flag about the deteriorating relationship between Poland's government and the Jewish community.

Great Synagogue of Pilsen Returns to Jews of Czech Republic

The famed Great Synagogue of Pilsen is returning to Jewish hands and hearts after 20 years as a Czech concert hall and art museum.

Rivlin is No Sore Loser: ‘Like Football, Running the Government is Like Teamwork’

The Macedonia leader said his delegation hopes to learn from Israel about building new jobs, as well as connect with the youth, with hi-tech, and learn new approaches to agriculture.

Netanyahu: ‘Lithuania, Israel are Natural Allies’

"We too are proud of our history, our long history, our robust and pluralistic democracy which guarantees the rights of all our citizens."

Russian Programmer Wanted by US Flees Armenia to Moscow

The US has been chasing after Mironov since May for the illegal transfer of US military technology to an unnamed foreign country.

Film about Jewish Polish Director Wins Best Documentary at Venice International Festival

Waszyński was a prolific film director in prewar Poland – in the 1930s he directed 37 of the 147 films made in Poland in that decade, including the Yiddish-language film Dybbuk.

Israel Protests to Romania After Tourists Beaten by Police in Bucharest

"We consider this incident to be unacceptable and extremely serious. The Israeli tourists who suffered from such brutal intervention will file a criminal complaint against the attackers."

Israeli Defense Companies Converge on Industry’s Next Big Market — Poland

IAI has already entered into an agreement with the Czech company Retia to produce air defense radar systems.

Thousands of Syrians Stuck in Greece as Passage through Balkans Narrowed

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is pushing a plan calling on Turkey to stop the flow of refugees and take some of them back — for a price.

Jerusalem Leaders Summit: Rule of Law, Property Protection and Indep. Judiciary Meet

Jerusalem Leaders Summit: economic and political freedom united by shared civilizational underpinnings.

Rivlin Underscores ‘Deep Connections’ at Meeting With Georgian PM

"The challenges we face are quite similar and we need to learn from your experience," said Georgia's Prime Minister.

Armenia’s Prime Minister Resigns on National TV

Pashinian said he was resigning in order to dissolve the parliament and force early elections, saying that was what was needed “to return the entire power to the people.”

EU Statement on Terrorism More Like ‘Politics As Usual’

The European Union reluctantly condemned the deadly terror attack in Jerusalem, after its world colleagues all checked in.

Digging for Treasure Resumes in Tracks of Illusive Nazi Gold Train

Tadeusz Slowikowski, 86, is responsible for the Nazi gold train rumor and has spent much of his time since the 1950s searching for that train.

Miraculous Family Reunion to Take Place at Yad Vashem

Neither side of the family knew anyone from the other side had survived the Holocaust!

Confirmed: Death of Albanian ISIS Commander Behind Plot to Kill Israeli Soccer Team

"He was responsible for planning numerous terrorist attacks, including the failed plot to bomb the 2016 Israel-Albania soccer match."

A First: IDF Participating in NATO Eastern European Exercises

Nineteen countries participate in the maneuvers, with about 18,000 soldiers spread around Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.

UN to Create Database of Businesses Operating in Jewish Settlements

A Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel called the UNHRC a “cynical, shameless and hypocritical body, probably in need of urgent mental treatment.”

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