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Israeli media suggested Nirenstein gave up on her prestigious appointment in response to negative views by the Jewish community of Rome.
Israeli Jews were more satisfied than Israeli Arabs — 60% vs. 48% respectively.
The couple was arrested as part of an investigation conducted by the Italian anti-terror squad and the Special Operations Group fighting organized crime.
Former Italian MP Fiamma Nirenstein, now an immigrant to Israel, may return to Italy as an ambassador to Rome.
Interpol is deeply involved in dismantling the tightly woven terrorist network that threatens Europe.
It is believed that Netanyahu used the tapped lines to indirectly communicate with the Americans after Obama gave him the silent treatment for a few days.
President della Briotta said “the friendship between the region of Valtellina and Samaria has lasted a long time, and we hope that this friendship will grow stronger..."
The lawsuit was filed based on Article 403 of the Italian Criminal Code — “insulting a religion by insulting people.”
A 40-year-old Jewish man was repeatedly stabbed in Milan by a female Arab terrorist
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke with Thursday morning with the CEO of Italy's state energy company ENI, Claudio Descalzi to discuss off-shore gas fields. ENI...
PM Netanyahu told Italian PM Renzi during weekend talks in Florence Israel does not object to a "civilian" nuclear program in Iran.
PM Netanyahu is set to meet in Italy with PM Renzi and then visit Israel's pavilion at Expo 2015 in Milan.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu warned world leaders they must take a stand against terror in Israel as well.
Prof. Andrew Viterbi now has the honor of being the largest private donor to Technion.
Former chief Rome Rabbi Elio Toaff died on Sunday the age of 99, two weeks before what was supposed to be his 100th birthday. He...
Hundred of Gazans drowned as they tried to escape to Europe by boat. Hamas profited from their attempted escape.
Missile may have been IDF dud. At least four from Hamas also killed. Medics wounded.