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  • Germans eye ways to curb anti-Semitism

    More must be done to keep anti-Semitism in check, a German parliamentary hearing concluded.

  • Doctors quit over Orthodox patient

    Two more doctors have quit working at a Winnipeg hospital rather than treat an elderly Jewish man on life support.

  • Britain, E.U. to tighten Iran sanctions

    Britain and the European Union will tighten sanctions on Iran.

  • Madrijim School trains Argentine Jews

    The Madrijim School in Buenos Aires is both a place for young Jews to learn about teaching Jewish culture and a way to keep teens off dangerous streets.

  • Israel confirms nabbing Hamas commander

    Israel seized a Hamas commander in a covert Gaza raid and hinted he could be swapped for Gilad Shalit.

  • Olmert, Abbas meet again

    Ehud Olmert met Mahmoud Abbas in Jerusalem.

  • Anti-Zionist panel riles Argentine Jews

    A day after a panel discussion on the 1994 bombing of Argentina’s central Jewish institution took on anti-Israel and anti-Semitic tones, a group representing victims’ relatives questioned why such an event should be held at a prominent book fair.

  • Building community through Anne Frank

    Argentina tries to build the community’s trust in its security forces by having cadets lead an Anne Frank exhibit at the main Jewish institution in Buenos Aires.

  • Report: Anti-Semitism up in Argentina

    A comprehensive annual report finds that the number of anti-Semitic incidents in Argentina rose sharply last year, sparked by last summer’s war between Israel and Hezbollah.

  • Israel, Egypt, Jordan to discuss Arab plan

    Israel’s foreign minister will meet in Cairo with her Egyptian and Jordanian counterparts for the first formal discussion on the revived Saudi-led peace plan.