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  • Nazis used drugs, study finds

    Nazi officers regularly used drugs, an Israeli study found.

  • Holocaust diary to be published

    The diary of a Czech boy killed in Auschwitz will be released Sunday.

  • Senators introduce Arolsen resolutions

    Two U.S. senators introduced legislation urging European nations to allow open access to the Holocaust archives in Bad Arolsen, Germany.

  • Israeli warplanes meet airliner

    Israel scrambled fighter jets to escort an incoming American passenger plane.

  • Holocaust Museum, Google team up

    The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and Google Inc. teamed to raise awareness on the genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan.

  • Debate on Arab Holocaust museum

    An Arab Holocaust museum is beginning to capture the attention of the Arab media and earn some community support, its creator says, but there are detractors among Jews and Arabs.

  • Israel picks top cop

    Israel named a new national police chief.

  • Tina Rieger, wife of UJC CEO, dies

    Tina Susan Rieger, the wife of United Jewish Communities’ president and CEO Howard Rieger, died April 11 of pancreatic cancer.

  • Israel rebuffs amnesty demand

    Israel rebuffed the Palestinian Authority’s demand for a mass prisoner amnesty.

  • Pessah bloodbath averted

    Palestinian terrorists are believed to have botched a planned suicide bombing in Israel over Pessah.