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IOC Warns Lebanese Delegation Head Over Provocation Against Israelis

Anti-Semitism is still alive and well at the Olympics, and Israeli athletes do well to keep their guard up.

Watch: Arab Dentists Sent by Israel to Conference in Colombia Sing Palestinian Rather than...

Palestine is my home, and the path of my triumphal / Palestine is my home, Palestine is my fire,

Israel Sends Donations to Flood Victims in Paraguay, Uruguay

Israel’s embassies in each country are contributing supplies worth $10,000 to help hundreds of displaced citizens.

Argentinian Team Cursed for Boycotting Israel

Since cancelling the game with Israel the Argentinian team has met with a series of unfortunate incidents.

US to Slash Funds to UNHCR, Office of UN High Commissioner

The United Nations receives approximately 22 percent of its budget from the United States, its biggest single donor.

Report: Qatar Behind Argentine Game Cancellation

The same sources suggest Argentina, which hopes to host the 2030 World Cup, was reluctant to upset the Arab voting bloc inside FIFA.

Israel to Compete at World Baseball Qualifier in Brooklyn, NY

Israeli American baseball fans are paying attention to the action in Brooklyn: next month Israel competes against 3 countries in NYC.

Iranian Couple Caught in Argentina Held 4 Passports, Changed 3 Hotels

The forgery was very sloppy: instead of the letter ר (R) in the name of the State of Israel, the letter ך (chaf sofit) was written.

Eichmann’s Daughter in Law Realizes ‘Grandpa’ Is Career Killer

“Grandpa,” she argued, “wasn’t a bad person, he obeyed orders and did not personally kill anyone.”

Brilliant Landscape Architect Roberto Burle Marx at the Jewish Museum

Burle Marx’s art inhabits a rare space between the rational and the lyrical. Nature’s variability was for him a liberating force.

Brazil Agrees to Allow Israeli Fire & Rescue Experts Help Combat Amazon Fires

Because President Bolsonaro has a close personal relationship with Prime Minister Netanyahu Brazil agreed to accept assistance from an 11-member team of Israelis.

Argentine Judges Send Nisman Murder Case to Federal Court

The case of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman's death now goes to a court that deals with political murders.

The Age of Chavez May Be Over As Venezuelan Opposition Wins in Landslide

In the last 15 years more than half of the country’s Jews have left Venezuela, with the local community’s numbers dropping from about 25,000 Jews in 2000 to only 7,000 today.

Arab League Warns Brazil Not to Move Embassy to Jerusalem

Whether the promise of a Brazilian embassy in Jerusalem will come to pass, or simply pass away, remains to be seen.

PM Netanyahu : UNESCO Resolution is ‘Theater of the Absurd’

PM Netanyahu invited members of UNESCO to take a trip to the Arch of Titus to view the treasures of the Holy Temple and refresh their historic memories.

Palestinian Authority Donates Medicine to Venezuela while Gaza Faces Pharmaceutical Crisis

The PA government which should transfer 40% of its donated medicine in Ramallah to the Gaza Strip, while 60% should remains. Alas, "only around 5% to 7% actually reaches the strip.”

Netanyahu Heads to Brazil on Historic Visit, Also to Attend Bolsonaro Inauguration

"Brazil is a huge country with huge potential for the State of Israel, economically, diplomatically and vis-à-vis security."

Argentina’s Lower House Passes Bill Marking Terror Attack on Israeli Embassy as Day of...

The bill will also require schools to to teach students about the consequences of global terrorism.

Netanyahu Thanks Uruguayan Foreign Minister for Nov. 29 Vote

The Prime Minister said that bilateral cooperation between the two countries should be expanded, among other things in the fields of agriculture and technology.

WZO to Open 225 Hebrew Language Centers Worldwide Next Year

Last year the WZO established 140 new Hebrew language centers, most of them in France, Argentina, and the UK.

Venezuela’s New Leader: Interim President Juan Guaido

“We hope that Nicolas Maduro will accept peaceful transition of power in Venezuela . . . That he will accept the will of the people to move his country forward."
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Liberman: Argentina Couldn’t Beat Iceland Because They Didn’t Practice in Jerusalem

Argentina, which plays in Group D, will be playing against Croatia and Nigeria next.
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Enormous Collection of Nazi Artifacts Found in Secret Little Room in Argentina

Authorities believe it is the largest collection of Nazi artifacts in Argentina's history.
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Netanyahu at Buenos Aires Economic Event: ‘The Future Belongs to Those Who Innovate’

"Israel produces more milk per cow than any other cow in the world. You think it would be a French cow, Dutch cow, an American cow? No. It's an Israeli cow, because it's a computerized cow, every moo is computerized."

Dani Dayan: Tzipi Livni Joined with Arab MKs to Torpedo my Brazil Appointment

Dani Dayan is bitter and hurting over what he knows to be the working behind the scenes of one MK Tzipi Livni

Israeli Firefighters Who Aided Brazil in Combating Amazon Blazes Return Heroes

The 11 firefighters who advised the Brazilian firefighting teams specialize in bush and forest fires.

Israeli Jewish Leaders Furious at UNESCO Rejection of Jewish Ties to Jerusalem

Israeli Jewish leaders and lawmakers across the board are livid over the UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem.

Venezuela’s UN Ambassador Compares Israel to Nazis

Venezuela used a presentation by 'Yesh Din' about price tag attacks to compare Israelis to German Nazis.

Uruguay Summons Israeli Ambassador Over Jerusalem Tweet

Uruguay's foreign minister says Pres. Trump's decision put "peace and peaceful coexistence talks in an area that is already in turmoil."

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