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  • All you need is love

    That’s the message Israel is promoting this month at its stand at the Buenos Aires Book Fair. It’s a far cry from The House of Islam, another stand at the fair that displayed a book whose cover showed the Statue of Liberty with the face of George W. Bush. Instead of the traditional torch, the…

  • Israeli 24-hour global news channel to launch

    A new Israeli television channel that will broadcast news 24 hours a day in English, French and Arabic is set to launch this summer.

  • Argentinian Jewish groups file petition against Iran pact

    Jewish organizations in Argentina petitioned the country’s federal court to order the government to stop its joint probe with Iran of the 1994 terrorist attack on the Buenos Aires JCC.

  • Buenos Aires Jewish community marks embassy bombing

    The Jewish community of Buenos Aires commemorated the anniversary of a deadly attack on the city’s Israeli embassy.

  • Interpol won’t lift arrest warrants for Iranians wanted in AMIA bombing

    Interpol will not lift the arrest warrants for Iranians suspected of involvement in the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, despite Tehran’s supposed cooperation with Argentina in investigating the event.

  • Israel launches ad campaign in Argentina to mark 1992 embassy bombing

    The Israeli Embassy in Argentina is launching an ad campaign to mark the 21st anniversary of the 1992 bombing that killed 29.

  • Argentina’s Congress approves joint investigation with Iran

    Over Jewish community protests, Argentina’s Congress approved an agreement with Iran to jointly investigate the 1994 bombing of the Buenos Aires AMIA Jewish center.

  • Demonstration in Israel set to protest Argentina-Iran pact on AMIA case

    Argentinians living in Israel have organized a rally to protest the agreement signed between Argentina and Iran on a joint investigation of the 1994 AMIA Jewish center bombing.

  • Timerman defends himself, his Judaism over agreement with Iran

    Argentina’s foreign minister, Hector Timerman, defended himself against accusations that he betrayed his Judaism by signing an agreement with Iran.

  • Hundreds rally in protest of Iran-Argentina pact

    Some 300 people attended a protest rally against Argentina-Iran cooperation in investigating the deadly 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center.