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The last survivors: growing old with memories of Auschwitz

Jerusalem - As he looks at pictures of his parents and sisters who perished in Auschwitz, Szmul Icek begins to tremble, tears clouding his eyes.

Suspected arson at east Jerusalem mosque: police

Jerusalem - Israeli police launched a manhunt Friday after an apparent arson attack, accompanied by Hebrew-language graffiti, at a mosque in Israeli-annexed east Jerusalem.

Trump invites Netanyahu to US for peace plan talks

Jerusalem - US Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main election rival to Washington next week to discuss Donald Trump's long-awaited Middle East peace plan.

Putin calls for summit of key UN Security Council members

Jerusalem - Russian President Vladimir Putin called Thursday for a summit of leaders of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, to "defend peace" in the face of global instability.

'I am here': Holocaust survivors mark Auschwitz liberation

Jerusalem - Their faces lined by age and haunting memories, about 100 Holocaust survivors joined political leaders Thursday in Jerusalem to recall the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp 75 years ago.

World leaders in Israel to recall horrors of Auschwitz

Jerusalem - Israel hosts dozens of world leaders Thursday to mark 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, the World War II death camp where the Nazis killed more than 1.1 million people, most of them Jews.

Macron loses cool with Israeli security in 'Chirac moment'

Jerusalem - When French President Emmanuel Macron visited Jerusalem's Old City Wednesday, he also walked in the footsteps of one of his predecessors, Jacques Chirac, by engaging in a heated argument with Israeli security.

France's Macron slams anti-Semitism on Jerusalem visit

Jerusalem - French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday railed against anti-Semitism, saying it "haunts our present time", during a visit to Jerusalem to commemorate Holocaust victims.

Israel to welcome the world for Auschwitz anniversary

Jerusalem - World leaders are to travel to Israel this week to mark 75 years since the Red Army liberated Auschwitz, the extermination camp where the Nazis killed over a million Jews.

Op-Ed: South Dakota governor's executive order targets BDS movement

On January 14, Kristi Noem the Republican Governor or the US state of South Dakota signed an executive order that prohibits state offices from doing business with any companies that boycott Israel.

Far-right Israeli parties unite ahead of election

Jerusalem - Three far-right Israeli political parties joined forces late Wednesday, seeking to strengthen their hand in a coming election after a left-leaning alliance was announced earlier in the week.

Israel hails 'breakthrough' towards laser air defence system

Jerusalem - The Israeli defence ministry has hailed a "breakthrough" in the development of cheaper laser-based air defences, as tensions soar in the region after Iran hit US targets in retaliation for a high-profile assassination.

Fight anti-Semitism with 'fear', says Jewish leader

Jerusalem - Anti-Semitism is best fought with "fear" of a future tragedy, the head of the European Jewish Congress said ahead of events to commemorate the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp.

Netanyahu warns of 'resounding blow' if Iran attacks Israel

Jerusalem - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Wednesday that Israel would strike a "resounding blow" if attacked by arch foe Iran, as regional tensions soar after the US killing of a top Iranian general.

Op-Ed: Misreading Iran — Trump’s hubris could be big trouble for himself

Washington - Iran has prestige and credibility on the line after the killing of one of its top generals. President Trump has taken personal credit for this attack, and publicized his role personally. This can backfire for him and United States interests.

Israel on alert for fallout after US killing of Iran commander

Jerusalem - Israel held emergency security talks Friday and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cut short a foreign visit as the Jewish state braced itself for fallout from the assassination of a top Iranian military commander in a US air strike.

Israel's Netanyahu asks parliament for immunity

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday asked parliament for immunity, weeks after the embattled premier was indicted on a range of corruption charges.

Israel's Netanyahu to ask parliament for immunity

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday he would ask parliament for immunity, weeks after the embattled premier was indicted on a range of corruption charges.

Israel's Netanyahu wins ruling party leadership vote

Jerusalem - Embattled Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared a "huge" victory Friday, after winning a leadership primary that ensures he will lead his right-wing Likud party into March elections.

Israel's indicted Netanyahu faces party leadership challenge

Jerusalem - Israel's embattled premier Benjamin Netanyahu faced off against longtime rival Gideon Saar for the Likud party leadership Thursday, in a contest that could threaten his grip on power.
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