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  • Israel, Russia going visa free

    A visa-waiver agreement between Israel and Russia is pending final approval, but some officials are worried the program will increase the export of Russian prostitutes and mob members to Tel Aviv, and activity by Israeli spies in Siberia.

  • Neo-Nazis in Serbia get prison

    A Serbian court sentenced three neo-Nazis to up to 25 days in prison for attacking an anti-fascist rally in Novi Sad.

  • High court approves disability tuition

    Children with disabilities can receive tuition assistance to cover the costs of private school.

  • Jewish activist re-elected to U.N. committee

    Jewish human rights activist Felice Gaer was re-elected to the United Nations Committee Against Torture.

  • Russian court rules for Israeli

    A Moscow court has ruled in favor of a Russian-Israeli businessman wanted by federal tax authorities.

  • Book fair accused of Holocaust denial

    The Simon Wiesenthal Center has accused the Frankfurt Book Fair of promoting Holocaust denial.

  • Israeli envoy to New Zealand blunders

    Israel’s newly accredited envoy to New Zealand made a diplomatic blunder.

  • Russian Jews in TV land

    Vladimir Slutzker is among several Jewish TV promoters in Russia and elsewhere who hope to create a real global audience for Jewish TV. Whether he has any chance of succeeding is another matter.

  • Troops kill gunman

    Israeli troops killed a gunman in the West Bank city of Nablus.

  • Report: Washington split on Syria WMDs

    U.S. officials are divided on the reliability of Israeli allegations regarding a Syrian weapons of mass destruction program.