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  • Israeli wins Pulitzer

    An Israeli photographer won a Pulitzer.

  • Israel needs security rethink

    The war in Lebanon showed that Israel’s national security challenges are gravitating from the “harder” security-military sphere to “softer” areas of diplomacy, politics, legitimacy and international law. It’s time to update the country’s national security

  • Holocaust survivor freed early

    A judge at the Court of Appeals in London suspended the sentence of a Polish-born Holocaust survivor jailed for his role in a money-laundering operation.

  • Candidate: Making money part of Jewish tradition

    Making money is part of the Jewish tradition, a U.S. presidential candidate said in a speech to the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism.

  • Lebanon seeks damages

    Lebanon plans to seek compensation from Israel for damages from last summer’s war.

  • Judge keeps lobbyist trial open

    The judge in the classified information trial of two former AIPAC staffers threw out a prosecution request to keep significant portions of the trial secret from the public.

  • Hungary marks Holocaust

    A week of events began in Hungary to memorialize the country’s 600,000 Jewish Holocaust victims.