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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.

Telegram Politely Informs Iran It Won’t Place Servers There

Telegram's CEO, Durov later released a statement saying the claim about servers was probably fake news, or an “incorrect translation.

Marking Holocaust Day, A New Jewish Prayerbook with German Translation is Published in Berlin...

For the first time in more than a century a one-volume complete Orthodox prayer book is printed in Germany with all daily and holiday prayers in modern German translation.

Israel’s Hotovely Calls on World to Unite Against Terror

Hotovely called on the world to "unite against the Axis of Evil" and terror with "an iron fist."

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.

Germany’s Brandenburg Gate Lit Up With Flag of Israel for Victims of Terror

Germany's famous Brandenburg Gate is lit up with the colors of the Israeli flag in solidarity with four IDF soldiers who lost their lives to terror.

Iranian Regime Behind Assassination Attempt on Pro-Israel German Politician

Iran has been exposed for the first time ever in an attempt to murder a pro-Israel German politician.

Berlin Truck Attacker Killed in Shootout with Cops

Amri, 24, who had spent time in prison in Italy, was stopped by two policemen during a routine police check in the Sesto San Giovanni neighborhood of Milan.

Berlin Massacre Israeli Victim Dalia Elkayam’s Body Identified

German authorities on Wednesday offered a reward of about $104,000 for information leading to Amri's arrest, with a warning that he probably is "violent and armed."

Manhunt Across Europe for Tunisian Suspect in Berlin Christmas Market Massacre

Tunisian national Anis Amri is being sought by Berlin police in connection with the terror attack that left 12 dead and 48 wounded.

Berlin Prosecutor Frees Suspected Killer in Christmas Market Massacre

The sole suspect in the Berlin Christmas Market terror attack has been freed by prosecutors for lack of evidence.

Israeli Critically Wounded in Berlin Truck Attack

The condition of his wife, who accompanied him to the Christmas market, is unknown.

Russia’s Chief Rabbi: Terrorists Should Not Enjoy Safe Harbors

'The terrorists are trying to impose their agenda and language on the world, focusing on no negotiations, no value for human life, and murder and intimidation.'

ISIS Claims Responsibility for Berlin Truck Terror Attack at Christmas Market

A terrorist drove a truck into a crowd of shoppers and holiday-goers at a Christmas market in Berlin, Germany.

Tel Aviv is #3 in Top 10 Startup Ecosystems, 2nd Year in a Row

Tel Aviv came up third for the second year in a row on an 8-point rating scale, ahead of NYC and LA.

Jewish Runners Take On Berlin Marathon Proudly Wearing Israeli Flags

When 36-year-old Levi Levine crossed the finish line at today’s BMW Berlin Marathon, his emotions far exceeded his personal pride at having successfully finished the 42-kilometer course.

Analysis: Merkel’s Party Losing Badly as Social Democrats, Anti-Immigrant AfD Win Berlin State Vote

The SPD is expected to form a new regional coalition government with the Left and the Greens, who suffered a 2.5% drop to 15.1%.

Coming Home: Jewish Secondary Schools Opening in Düsseldorf, Munich

On May 19, 1943, Germany was declared Judenrein (clean of Jews), with no Jewish high schools. Now we're back to three, and counting.

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.

Luxury Berlin Hotel Denies Claude Lanzmann’s Claim It Erased Israel

“One cannot fight against Arab terrorism and at the same time allow Israel to be eradicated at one of the noblest and most important hotels in Berlin,” Lanzmann wrote.

Merkel Uses the I Word in Pointing Finger at Terrorist Refugees

“Taboos of civilization are being broken," Merkel said. “These acts happened in places where any of us could have been."

Study: German Extreme Left also Extremely Anti-Semitic

Altogether, 10% of Germans surveyed agreed Jews had “too much influence” in Germany.

Report: German Culture Minister Backs Jewish Delegate For Art Restitution Commission

A German government minister backs a Jewish member on a committee to decide the return of cultural property stolen by the Nazis.

Nazi Policy and Black Victims—Before, During, and After the Holocaust—from Africa to Berlin to...

Understanding Nazism and the Holocaust is important for Blacks, Roma, people with disabilities, the gay community, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and other groups in addition to Jews.

Diplomatic Sources Say Israeli Ties With Germany Are Strong

Despite rumors being published by Der Spiegel, sources say relations are strong between Israel and Berlin.

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