For more than two years, the Living Memorial has served as a site for regular talks, lectures, discussions groups, musical performances and commemorations.
A petition to "Stop Quebec Bill 59" says the bill "criminalizes criticism of Islam and anything considered an Islamic practice (Honor killings, honor rape, female genital mutilation, female oppression, and beating of wives and children)."
The hackers have been themselves hacked "massively," revealing the identities of thousands of paying customers and the websites they wanted to target.
General Motors is recalling some four million vehicles worldwide due to a defect that has caused at least one death so far. The company will update the computer software, free, to correct the problem.
Russia and the United States have agreed to work together to impose a cease-fire in Syria, again. Almost no one believes it will last: even their own allies.
"In a busy school, this student did go to a respected staff member said 'is this OK?' and the staff member said 'yes,'" the principal explained.
Two gas canisters inside a vehicle parked outside a synagogue raised the alert for passersby and police in Marseille on the Sabbath; a week ago a failed car bomb was aimed at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
World Vision International shuts down its Gaza project and lays off 120 Gaza employees, at least temporarily, after project head indictment shows millions redirected to Hamas.
Back in 1994, the US under President Bill Clinton and North Korea signed the Agreed Framework, under which Pyongyang committed to freezing its illicit plutonium weapons program in exchange for aid.
Israel’s Foreign Ministry slammed the short-lived policy, saying the Palestinian Authority is “no longer satisfied with poisoning the minds of Palestinian youth. Now it wants to spread lies and misinformation among Czech youth as well.”
A Russian Foreign Ministry official told Tass on Thursday that Russia is "responding to the appeals of the Palestinians and Israelis."
The timing of the revelation did not escape PA Arab representatives, who have been flooding Israeli media Thursday morning with profuse denials of the charges.
"President Putin offered to meet in Moscow on September 9," Abbas said. "I agreed. I was to fly to Moscow from here (Warsaw) to meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu."
IAI has already entered into an agreement with the Czech company Retia to produce air defense radar systems.
We went looking for those items that best reflect how the report turns facts and figures on their heads to come up with the preconceived conclusion: it's all the fault of the Israeli occupation, and once Israel is out of the picture you'll see how those Palestinians will become Switzerland of the Middle East.
Iran regains international status and power as Britain re-installs an ambassador in Tehran, and accepts an Iranian ambassador in London.
DM Liberman heads to London to meet with his American and British counterparts for talks about "regional issues."
PM Netanyahu heads to the Netherlands to meet with that country's leadership on a mission to improve bilateral ties.
North Korea is test-launching intercontinental ballistic missiles for the second time in two weeks.
Netanyahu said he was reviewing the Russian President's proposal and the timing of a possible meeting with Abbas.