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  • Norway neo-Nazi acquitted

    A Norwegian appeals court acquitted a neo-Nazi leader of insulting Jews.

  • Doing Jewish their way

    Disillusioned American Jews who remain single later in life are inventing new communal outlets that reflect their individuality and commitment to living meaningful Jewish lives, Ari Kelman writes.

  • Abdullah: Set peace timetable

    Jordan’s King Abdullah II urged Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to set a timetable for peace with the Arab world.

  • Brothers held in cabbie’s murder

    Two Israelis are suspected of murdering a Palestinian taxi driver in a hate crime.

  • Torah dedicated in Ukraine

    A Reform congregation in Ukraine dedicated a new Torah scroll.

  • Israel held anthrax tests

    Israel said it subjected soldiers to a secret, large-scale anthrax vaccine experiment.

  • Joint b’nai mitzvah in Ukraine

    The Reform congregation in a Crimean city hosted joint Ukrainian-British b’nai mitzvah.

  • Gaza infighting worsens

    Hamas gunmen killed at least eight members of Mahmoud Abbas’ security forces in the Gaza Strip.

  • Extremists protest Holocaust event in Hungary

    Several dozen right-wing extremists protested an anti-racism event and Holocaust commemoration in Budapest.

  • McNulty, central to AIPAC case, quits

    The deputy U.S. attorney general who indicted two former AIPAC staffers on classified information charges resigned.