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  • Ban upbeat on Israel-Syria talks

    Ban Ki-moon offered to help restart peace talks between Israel and Syria.

  • High Court hears anti-Katsav petitions

    Israel’s Supreme Court heard petitions against former President Moshe Katsav’s plea bargain.

  • Assad: Golan guarantee before talks

    Bashar Assad conditioned new peace talks with Israel on a guaranteed return of the Golan Heights to Syria.

  • Czech Jewish cemetery desecrated

    A Jewish cemetery was desecrated in a Czech town.

  • Touro officials named in transcripts scam

    Touro College’s former admissions director and nine others tied to the New York City-based institution were indicted for a “cash for grades scheme” involving fraudulent transcripts.

  • Rally for Israeli soldiers slams U.N.

    Speakers at a demonstration calling for the release of three kidnapped Israeli soldiers lashed out at the United Nations and other international organizations for not doing enough to secure their freedom.

  • Lithuania opening more hate speech probes

    Lithuanian courts are pursuing more investigations of hate speech against Jews.

  • Thousands rally in N.Y. for kidnapped soldiers

    An estimated 4,000 demonstrators gathered across from the United Nations to demand action from the international community to help free three Israeli soldiers kidnapped by Hezbollah and Hamas.

  • Poll: Jews losing favor with Europeans

    A survey of six European countries found an increase in negative attitudes toward Jews.

  • JTA garners six media awards

    JTA earned six journalism awards at last week’s gathering of the American Jewish Press Association, including top honors in the investigative reporting category for the fourth straight year.