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German Software Company Buys Israeli Gigya for $350 Million

Gigya leads the customer identity and access management (CIAM) market according to recent reports from Gartner and KuppingerCole.

Hurricane Maria Becomes ‘Potentially Catastrophic’ Category 5 Storm

US President Donald Trump declared an emergency in the U.S. Virgin Islands and ordered federal assistance to supplement response efforts there, ahead of Maria.

Israel to Host Giro D’Italia Cycling Race, First Time Event Held Outside Europe

"We are very proud... Today the situation in Europe has many similarities to what happened at the time of my grandfather."

COGAT Reports in NY On Peace-Building Gestures to Palestinian Authority

Israeli officials shared a list with Christian clergymen of peacemaking initiatives carried out for the benefit of the Palestinian Authority this summer. There's been no reciprocal gesture from Ramallah, however.

Tens of Thousands Flock to Uman for Annual Breslov Pilgrimage to Celebrate Rosh Hashana

This year an estimated 37,000 Jews from Israel and around the world have boarded planes to head to the site so far.

Former Psychiatric Patient Attacks Shoppers in Toulouse, Yelling ‘Allahu Akbar!’

The attacker burst into tears after he was wrestled to the ground, handcuffed and placed on to a stretcher for transport to a hospital.

UN Security Council Votes Unanimously to Increase Sanctions on North Korea

“By definition, this is a compromise in order to get everyone on board,” French UN Ambassador François Delattre told reporters.

European Jewish Congress Calls for France to Root out ‘Societal Anti-Semitism’

“We appreciate the important words of the French Government... However, it doesn’t appear that much has changed on the ground for French Jews, who are still regularly attacked."

Tourist Arrivals Continue to Break Records in August

Since January, tourism in Israel has brought in nearly $3.5 billion.

March to Honor the Memory of Elie Wiesel, His Hometown’s Vanished Jews

The march began at the Wiesel family home, and ended at the railway station, where a plaque was unveiled and the station named after Wiesel.

Prominent French Sephardic Jewish Family Attacked in Paris Suburb

“After the atrocious murder of Sarah Halimi in her home, this new aggression must compel authorities in our country to be more vigilant.”

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.

President Rivlin Recalls Olympic Massacre in ahead of Munich Memorial Inauguration

First Lady Nechama Rivlin met with the Minister-President’s wife, Mrs. Karin Seehofer, together with Israel Prize Laureate for Sport Esther Roth-Shahamorov, who was part of the Israeli delegation in 1972.

Watch: Spanish, Moroccan Police Capture Jihadist Cell in Both Countries

Spanish and Moroccan police squads eliminated the six-member jihadist terror cell, the ministry's report elaborated. Five of the terrorists were arrested in Morocco, and one in Spain.

Scientists Discover Connection between 7000-Year-Old Food Storage Container and the Development of Community Elites

Researchers believe a unique pottery vessel dating back some 7,200 years ago was used to ensure that certain people or groups could better maintain their ability to store large quantities of crops.

On Eve of Visit to Munich, Rivlin Warns ‘There Still Those Who See Massacre...

"There can be no apologizing for terror. Terror must be condemned unequivocally, everywhere."

Barcelona French Victim: Israeli Hero Saved my Children

Renaud's eldest son was thrown from his arms at the shock of the hit and was recovered by an anonymous Israeli man who was on the scene.

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.

Police Detain Six Suspects in Submarine Corruption Case Following State Witness Testimony

In February, Mandelblit announced that Prime Minister was not among the suspects in the submarine case.

Frankfurt Police to Evacuate 70K Residents After Discovery of WWII ‘Blockbuster’ Bomb

Goethe University, nearby hospitals and the European Central Bank will be evacuated Sunday in addition to Frankfurt residents.

PFLP Terror Group Runs in Germany’s General Election Campaign

“Candidates from parties and candidates in Germany cannot be banned or allowed by the Interior Ministry in Germany.”

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.

Brussels Soldiers Attacked by Somali Terrorist

Police found among his possessions a fake gun and two copies of the Qur’an.

Israeli Citizen Murdered in Kiev, Ukraine

Ukrainian has police announced that apparently the murder resulted from a criminal enterprise.

European Secretariat Halts, Investigates Funding to Radical PA Groups

A joint funding mechanism of the Swiss, Danish, Swedish, and Dutch governments is suspending funding to the organization which inaugurated a PA women's center named after terrorist Dalal Mughrabi.

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