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Attorney-General to Probe Submarine Purchase

The Attorney-General's office has decided to investigate the purchase of the submarines from Germany.

Hamburg Naming Streets after 17th Century Jewish Businesswoman, 21st Century Prostitute

Written in Yiddish, her diaries were originally intended for her descendants.

Cooling System Temporarily Stops at Fukushima Daini Nuclear Plant After Quake

The Fukushima prefecture in Japan urged coastal residents to move to higher ground after being hit by a 7.3-magnitude earthquake.

NATO ‘Looking Forward’ to Working With Trump

US President-elect Trump assured NATO of America's continued support for the alliance, and for Europe's security.

Yad Vashem to Honor Two Belgian Righteous Among the Nations Posthumously

On December 23, 2015, Yad Vashem posthumously recognized Marie and Joseph Andries as Righteous Among the Nations.

BDS Thugs Vandalize Portuguese Restaurant for Participating in Tel Aviv Festival

The thugs posted signs on the front, reading “Free Palestine,” and “Avillez collaborates with Zionist occupation.”

700 Brazilian Jews to Make Aliyah in 2016, Triple the Annual Average

Sharansky, visiting Brazil: “The Brazilian Jewish community is a warm, Zionist community with strong ties to Israel.”

Israeli Diplomatic Wife Excluded in Chilean Event

A Chilean nonprofit organization caved to the Arab boycott, excluding the Israeli Ambassador's wife at an event.

Haifa District Court Okays State Confiscation of Gaza-Bound Flotilla Vessel

The state has confiscated the Marianne flotilla vessel that tried in 2015 to breach Israel's maritime blockade of Gaza.

Minority Leader Schumer Not Ready to Kill Iran Deal, Despite 2015 Nay Vote

There’s a limit to how much one should expect from a politician in return for 9 grand…

Police Arrest Ottawa Swastika Kid

Earlier last week he attacked after two synagogues, a Jewish prayer center, a mosque and a church.

IAEA Warns Iran Quietly Pushing Limit on Heavy Water

Iran is testing the limits on how much extra heavy water it can stockpile and get away with.

IDF Told Israeli Cabinet New Submarines ‘Needed’

Contrary to some reports, the IDF told the cabinet that more new submarines were "needed."

Guatemala Holocaust Museum First in Central America

When it opens officially, in early 2017, the museum's permanent collection will focus on the "Holocaust by Bullets."

US Demanding Clarification, Gift Drone to Russia May Carry Secret Camera

The Americans believe a sophisticated, US made camera is installed on the Volcani drone, the kind that require a special application for US government permission should said camera be sold to a third party.

Research Staff ‘Down’ $52 K Gift Drone from Israeli Minister to Russian PM

Aa Medvedev representative called the Agriculture ministry to inquire about the remote control device that had not been packed with the drone.

German Police Raid 200 ISIS Cells in 10 States

Out of the 200 cells, 65 raids were carried out in the state of Hesse, 15 of them in Frankfurt.

Obama Says Trump is ‘Pragmatic, Not Ideological,’ Will Learn On The Job

US Pres. Obama says Pres.-elect Trump will learn on the job, as he did. "Reality has a way of asserting itself."

Trump, Putin Speak By Phone

US President-elect Donald Trump talks about the future with Russian President Vladimir Putin by phone.

Rivlin on State Visit to India

Pres. Rivlin arrived in India on a state visit for bilateral meetings with top national leaders.
Holocaust survivors memorial, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem.

Global Mayors Meet in Jerusalem, Will Visit Yad Vashem

Mayors from more than two dozen cities are in Jerusalem and will visit Yad Vashem.

2017 is Israel’s Year of Cyber Security Exports

The defense ministry underlines Israel's leadership in the field of cyber security exports.

WHO: Israel Defense Forces’ Field Hospital ‘Best in World’

IDF field hospital is the best in the world, says the World Health Organization. Bar none.

First Jewish Members Appointed to Germany’s Nazi Looted Art Panel

Last March, Culture Minister Grütters faced shocked protests after telling the New York Times that if a Jew is appointed to the commission his “would be the only voice who would be prejudiced.”

Get Ready for Monday Night’s Heshvan 15 Supermoon

The media are speculating that the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami and the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, were causally linked with the week period surrounding a super moon.

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