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  • Abbas, Barak differ on checkpoints

    Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel of bad faith over the issue of West Bank checkpoints.

  • Spinka rabbi pleads not guilty

    The grand rabbi of a Chasidic sect pleaded not guilty to tax fraud and money-laundering charges.

  • Israeli Druze commando dies

    The first Druze member of Israel’s top special forces unit died in a training accident.

  • Abbas men linked to deadly ambush

    Israel linked Mahmoud Abbas’ security services to the killing of two off-duty soldiers.

  • Olmert: Jerusalem division inevitable

    The division of Jerusalem could be inevitable under a future Israeli-Palestinian peace accord, Ehud Olmert said.

  • Palestinian infighting kills 7

    At least seven Palestinians were killed in renewed factional fighting in the Gaza Strip.

  • Munich massacre remembered in Athens

    At an Athens memorial service for 11 Israelis killed in a massacre at the 1972 Munich Olympics, the widow of one those slain called on Olympic leaders to organize a ceremony to be held as part of the Olympic Games.

  • Report: Arabs threaten Olympic Games

    Islamic extremist groups reportedly have threatened to bomb the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens if security is assigned to a consortium that includes Israeli companies. In addition, Arab nations are threatening to boycott the Olympics if the consortium gets

  • Report: Growing anti-Semitism in Greece

    According to a new report, “blatant anti-Semitism” has been increasingly expressed in the Greek media since the start of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict more than two years ago.

  • Searching for Nazi-looted treasure near Greece

    ATHENS, June 21 (JTA) — A man with a story dating back to the war years is prompting a search for buried treasure allegedly looted from Greek Jews by the Nazis. The man, who wishes to remain anonymous, visited the offices of the Salonica Jewish community in 1999, and told them that he knew of…