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Star of David sign backlit over limestone wall
What is to be gained by ‘decertification of the nuclear agreement’?
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A hotel in Switzerland is under fire for specifically telling "Jewish guests" to shower before using its swimming pool. "To our Jewish guests, women, men and children, please take a shower before you...
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The bombs smell of decomposed bodies and sewage.
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A strategic partnership indeed.
The hotel in Bengaluru cost $50 million to build.
It was reportedly an emotional moment for the family.
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A great display of bonhomie.
Israeli and Palestinian teens, who join together despite the region's decades-old conflict, have some advice for Americans facing a deep political divide: talk with people you disagree with. The YMCA...
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Lina Abirafeh, Lebanese American University It's been a busy - and controversial - year for Wonder Woman. In October 2016, the United Nations made a curious appointment: Wonder Woman would be the glob...
Startups and defence will be high on the agenda.
Phoenix Arizona with its downtown lit by the last rays of sun at the dusk.
To me, it was rather like heaven on earth!
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It's no secret that rising sea levels threaten watery historical sites and travel destinations like Venice and the Maldives. Many travel experts suggest visiting these spots now, before they're underw...
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WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump predicted an Israeli-Palestinian agreement might be "not as difficult as people have thought" in a meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Wed...
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President Donald Trump suggested he was no longer committed to a two-state solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in a joint press conference with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wed...
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JERUSALEM, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Israel passed a law on Monday retroactively legalizing about 4,000 settler homes built on privately owned Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank, a measure that has dr...
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It all depends on how Trump responds to Iran’s missile test.
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He'll be the first Indian PM to tour Israel.
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WASHINGTON ― The best way to understand outgoing Secretary of State John Kerry's Wednesday speech on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is to recognize that if Hillary Clinton had won the election, he m...
Pakistan's defense minister, Khawaja Muhammad Asif, wrote a frightening Twitter post in response to a fake news article stating that Israel would attack Pakistan with nuclear weapons. "Israeli def min...
Former Israeli President Shimon Peres, a force in the nation's politics for decades and a Nobel Peace Prize recipient, has died at 93, two weeks after suffering a stroke, according to The Jerusalem Po...
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Innovation worries us. At one level, many perceive it as a threat to their jobs and, in fact, to their way of thinking and behaving. It challenges what they are used to. At another and more profound level, there is genuine fear of failure. After all, not all innovations succeed. Indeed, most fail. A combination of the above is often the reason why governments and institutions are usually averse to innovation and thus, change.
As the lowest and one of the saltiest places on Earth, the Dead Sea plays host to hordes of tourists and the production of nutrient rich skincare. For two months in 2014, it was also home to a dress,...
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The most recent incident took place in the 2016 Rio Olympics during the men's heavyweight judo bout between Or Sasson of Israel and Egyptian judoka El Shehaby. After the match, which Sasson won, Shehaby spurned a handshake extended by Sasson. Another similar incident occurred in Rio when a Saudi judoka quit because there was a chance that she could have faced Gili Cohen, an Israeli. The opening day ceremony sparked controversy when the Lebanese delegation refused to travel in the same bus as Israeli athletes.
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The Morning Wrap is HuffPost India's selection of interesting news and opinion from the day's newspapers. Subscribe here to receive it in your inbox each weekday morning. Essential HuffPost In a landm...
WASHINGTON -- Amid reports that China and Pakistan are jointly opposing India's bid for the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) membership, the US has said India meets missile technology control regime requ...
TEL AVIV -- A 27-year-old Indian doctoral student of Tel Aviv University in Israel has been found dead in his dormitory room, police said. Raj Kumar Raja, was a research student in cancer studies at t...
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"Al-Nakba" is an Arabic word meaning "the catastrophe". Sixty-eight years ago, on 29 November, 1947, the UN Security Council rolled out Resolution 181 on Palestine, putting wheels on a runaway train that continues to mow down Arabs and Jews alike. By legitimising Israel's declaration of independence a year later, this resolution marked the first Nakba of November for Palestinian Arabs. The second Nakba of November took place 73 years before 1947, with the birth of one Chaim Weizmann in a small village near Pinsk, Russia...
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Recently, I had the opportunity to interact with eminent pro-Jewish writer Dr Phyllis Chesler. Obviously, the crux of the discussion was India's positive new approach towards Israel, a contrast to the previous Congress-led government, which because of its "secular" credentials, had strong reservations about the "Promised Land".
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In the wake of the brutal Paris attacks, Palestine's influence with ISIS could be pivotal, not least in mediating the release of Indian captives held by the terrorist organisation in Iraq. In a no-holds-barred interview, Palestine's Ambassador to India, HE Adnan Abualhaija, hits out at the global media for ignoring crimes against Palestinians by an Israeli government controlled by ultra-right wing groups, Israel's avowed reluctance for a two-state solution, the "Judaizing" of Jerusalem and India's growing ties with Israel seen against Palestine's influence in the Arab world.
NEW DELHI -- President Pranab Mukherjee returned today from his successful three nation visit of Jordan, Palestine and Israel. This was the first visit of any Indian President to all three nations. On...
President Pranab Mukherjee's intention was merely to touch upon the cultural common ground between India and Israel when he spoke about how much India loved hummus, the popular middle-eastern dip that...