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  • U.N. complains of brushes with Israeli military

    U.N. naval peacekeepers patrolling Lebanon’s coast complained of several close encounters with Israel’s armed forces.

  • Dachau head pushes admission fee

    The head of the International Dachau Committee called for the establishment of an entrance fee to the concentration camp memorial.

  • Israelis oppose Gaza invasion

    Most Israelis would oppose a large-scale invasion of the Gaza Strip, a poll found.

  • Jewish teacher murdered in Russia

    A Jewish day school teacher was murdered in St. Petersburg, in what some in the Jewish community believe to have been an ethnically motivated attack.

  • Abdullah’s P.A. visit postponed

    Jordan’s King Abdullah II postponed a visit to the Palestinian Authority.

  • AIPAC to pay Weissman’s legal fees

    AIPAC reached a deal with lawyers for its former Iran analyst, Keith Weissman, to pay for his defense against Espionage Act charges.

  • Survivors blast museum over archive

    Holocaust survivors are venting their anger at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum over its decision not to allow immediate electronic access to the long-secret records of the International Tracing Service at Bad Arolsen, Germany.

  • Holocaust archive coming to D.C.

    The International Tracing Service’s secret Holocaust archive at Bad Arolsen, Germany, is preparing to transfer millions of images of concentration-camp prisoner documents to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum under embargo, according to sources.

  • French graves desecrated

    Fifty-three graves were desecrated at a Jewish cemetery in France.

  • Merkel: E.U. committed to Israel

    The European Union is committed to fighting anti-Semitism and ensuring Israel is secure, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in Jerusalem.