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Britain again breaks ranks with Europe — this time over Israel


Britain again breaks ranks with Europe — this time over Israel

The Paris peace summit, which Israel dismissed as useless, unexpectedly exposed dissent among EU countries over foreign policy.

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Obama taps Ben Rhodes, top aide who advocated for Iran deal, for Holocaust memorial board

A New York Times profile, rebutted by some, suggested that Rhodes created a false narrative around negotiations with the Iranian leadership to help present the deal as more favorable.

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Israel & Middle East

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Kerry reassures Netanyahu that Paris peace meeting will not lead to more UN action

Kerry was one of more than 72 international leaders who attended Sunday's peace conference in Paris.

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Some 250 supporters of the far-right National Democratic Party marched, accompanied by riot police, on May Day in Rostock, Germany, on May 1, 2014. (Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Far-right political party no threat to German democracy, high court rules

It marks the second time that the court has ruled against barring the National Democratic Party, despite calling it racist, inhumane and similar in orientation to the Nazi Party.

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Life & Culture

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‘Jewish Americana’ music gets its moment in the spotlight

There's a growing cadre of musicians who combine Jewish spiritual lyrics with genres like blues, bluegrass, folk and country.

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