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From the Archive: Argentina's decades-long AMIA bombing case

The suspicious death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman is yet one more development in the more than two-decades-long — and still unresolved —AMIA saga.

From the Archive: In Selma, sold-out yarmulkes and Shabbat behind bars

JTA’s Selma coverage documented organizations’ telegrams to LBJ, a Jewish-inspired “freedom cap” and rabbis leading Shabbat services at the Selma Jail.

From the Archive: A fatal synagogue bombing in Paris

The Hyper Cacher attack was hardly the first deadly attack on a French Jewish institution. On the evening of Oct. 3, 1980 a bomb blast outside the Rue Copernic Synagogue, a Reform congregation, killed four people and injured more than 40

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