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  • Inside Jewish Beijing

    Beijing has had an organized Jewish community since the late 1970s, the city’s congregations cooperate well and Jews coming for the Olympics will find plenty of choices for davening.

  • Obama confident on Jewish vote

    Barack Obama voiced confidence that American Jews will turn out for him come Election Day.

  • Anti-Semitism project debuts in Ukraine

    The Ukrainian Jewish Committee and a group of young Ukrainians launched a project targeting xenophobia and anti-Semitism.

  • AIPAC draft agenda: Iran, peace, terrorism

    The proposed AIPAC 2008 agenda focuses on isolating Iran and backing Israel’s efforts to achieve peace and repulse terrorism.

  • German locals to protest right-wing center

    An anti-extremist group in Germany is planning to demonstrate against plans to create a far-right training center in Lower Saxony.

  • Livni: Prepare for post-Olmert era

    Tzipi Livni called on the Kadima party to prepare for a post-Olmert era even as the prime minister vowed to stay in office.

  • OU wanted Rubashkin out

    The Orthodox Union had urged the country’s largest kosher slaughterhouse to replace CEO Sholom Rubashkin.

  • Ukrainian chief rabbi to resign

    One of Ukraine’s chief rabbis said he will resign at the end of this year.

  • Seattle jury may be deadlocked

    A procedural question from the jury in the trial of the alleged Seattle Jewish federation gunman suggests it may be deadlocked.

  • Conservatives adopt living-wage ruling

    The Conservative movement adopted a religious ruling requiring Jews to “strive” to hire unionized workers and pay a living wage.