Saturday, July 18, 2020
Israeli President Rivlin sent a letter of condolence to his Turkish counterpart after the Istanbul airport attack that killed 41 and injured more than 230.
Western nations refused to participate in the UN agenda item that mandates discussion of possible Israeli human rights abuses against Palestinians.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu formally announced a reconciliation deal with Turkey, ending a six-year cut in diplomatic ties.
Benjamin Netanyahu met Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow, marking the 25th anniversary of resumed diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Neo-Nazis and white supremacists have been using a Google Chrome plugin called "Coincidence Detector" to compile and expose the identities of Jews online.
An intergovernmental body devoted to commemorating the Holocaust adopted a definition of anti-Semitism that includes Israel comparisons to the Nazis.
The final of the nation’s most prestigious spelling bee took a Yiddish turn Thursday night.
Iran will renew financial support for the Gaza Palestinian terror group Islamic Jihad after cutting off that funding for two years amid strained relations.
Both Egypt's aviation minister and the head of Russia's top domestic security agency said that the crash was most likely a terror attack.
Assad’s regime used sarin gas for the first time since 2013, when Syria agreed to stop using chemical weapons, a senior Israeli official told The Telegraph.
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