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  • Japanese center illuminates the Holocaust

    About an hour north of Hiroshima, where the world’s first atomic bombing incinerated an entire city, a Japanese educational center teaches about another holocaust half a world away.

  • Young Jews to pledge genocide fight

    Young Jews will pledge to fight all genocide during a Yom Hashoah gathering at Auschwitz.

  • Boosting Israel-Japan trade

    Japan and Israel are seeking to establish a framework for joint research and development in civilian and defense areas where they have similar needs, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said on a visit to Tokyo.

  • Holocaust denier lectures in Budapest

    Holocaust denier David Irving spoke to an audience of some 250 people in Budapest.

  • House letter urges E.U. on P.A.

    A congressional letter urging the European Union to maintain its isolation of the Palestinian Authority garnered signatures from more than half of the U.S. House of Representatives.

  • Study: 30 percent of French racist

    Some 30 percent of French citizens hold are racist, a new study concluded.

  • National Archives celebrates Jewish heritage

    The National Archives will celebrate its first Jewish American Heritage Month in May with films, lectures and discussions.

  • Yellin wins Jewish book award

    Tamar Yellin won the largest-ever Jewish literary prize for her novel, “The Genizah at the House of Shepher.”

  • Israeli strike called off

    A nationwide Israeli strike was called off.

  • Obama’s Israel credentials pushed

    A Jewish congressman wrote Jewish leaders to tell them that U.S. Sen. Barack Obama has a sincere love for Israel.