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Trump Hints He Might Go to War over Syria

'How many more children have to die before Russia cares?' Ambassador Haley asked.

New Israeli Diplomats Are Named

The appointments are headed to the cabinet for final approval -- usually a procedural formality only.

Swedish Jews Urge Government to Raise Security After Threats, Vandalism

ADL: "Such a situation cannot be acceptable in Sweden today. This local crime and its consequence should be a national issue."

North Korea Launches Another Ballistic Missile

"North Korea launched yet another intermediate range ballistic missile. The United States has spoken enough about North Korea."

67 Dead, 200 Injured in Russian and/or Syrian Sarin Air Attack

Medical sources in Khan Sheikhun reported symptoms among the affected including fainting, vomiting and foaming at the mouth.

Federal Judge Gives Go Ahead to Suing Germany in US Court over Nazi-Looted Art

Meanwhile, German Culture Minister Monika Grütters declared the looted collection a national cultural treasure.
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Despite Apology, Singapore Deports Imam Who Attacked Jews

'Any religious leader from any religion who makes such statements will be held accountable for their actions.'

28 EU Ambassadors Attack Israel over Demolition of E1 Illegal Arab Outpost

The Netanyahu government's determination (or lack thereof) to continue leveling the illegal Arab obstruction to contiguous Jewish control over E1 could also determine the future of the current coalition.

Israeli Aid Workers on Standby for Devastation in Colombia

The mud from the rivers had simply flowed along with the water and essentially buried the city while its residents slept.
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Explosion Inside St. Petersburg, Russia, Metro, At Least 10 Dead

Seven metro stations in the city have been closed following the blast, and security measures have been enhanced at St. Petersburg’s Pulkovo airport.
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SodaStream Reveals April Fools’ Day Prank With Paris Hilton

A SodaStream enthusiast herself, Hilton was chosen the perfect ambassador for the campaign.

80 Foreign Diplomats Enjoy Model Seder in Tel Aviv

'Such events help showcase Israel and Israelis in a positive light.'

Israeli Emergency Aid Teams Help in Peru After Floods, Mudslides

Both Peru and Colombia have had diplomatic relations with Israel for decades.

Anti-Semitic Desecration at a Tiny Centuries-Old French Jewish Cemetery

Forty of the 50 graves in the tiny 18th century Jewish cemetery were desecrated. The last time, the perpetrators were caught but not punished.

President Rivlin, Israeli Attorney General and Chinese Procurator-General Meet

President Rivlin said, 'No one can compete with the combination of China and Israel.'
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Singapore Imam Apologizes for Anti-Jewish Comment

In his apology, the Imam said: 'I am filled with great remorse for the inconvenience, tension and trauma that I have caused to this peaceful country.'

Soviet Era ‘Babi Yar’ Poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko Dies in Tulsa, Oklahoma at 83

Yevtushenko's Babi Yar described both the Nazi atrocities and the Soviet government's own persecution of Jews.

Russian Diplomats Offer April Fools’ Day Prank

According to AP, a ministry duty officer who maintained his or her anonymity, confirmed that it was an 'official joke.'

Germans Pay Heir of Jewish Art Collector, Keep Stolen Kirchner Painting

In return for the $1.28 million check, Hess's heir consented to keeping the Kirchner painting where it is.

Belgian Province to Ban Kosher Slaughter

Denmark, Switzerland and New Zealand already prohibit kosher slaughter.

Spa for the Soul: New Mikvah in Nigeria

'We wanted the place to look relaxing and modern.'

UN Humanitarian Agency Slams Hamas Over Israel Border Closure

Hamas is continuing to refuse to allow Gazans to leave the territory and is keeping the border closed.

Slovak President Welcomed to Israel

It's the first visit to the Jewish State by a leader of Slovakia in nearly 20 years.

In Northeast India, Bnei Menashe Prepare Matzah for Passover

Each village priest would recite ancient prayers, such as “Miriam’s Song,” echoing the Biblical account of the Exodus and its aftermath.

Build Bridges, Not Boycotts: Round Two

“We should Boycott North Korea, we should Sanction Iran, and we should Divest from Syria,” Ambassador Haley told the packed General Assembly Hall.

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