Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Dozens of copies of the “Diary of Anne Frank” have been vandalized in Tokyo.
One of Morocco's most historic synagogues is being restored in an effort with the German Foreign Ministry.
The one responsible for saving these men, women and children, who made up two-thirds of the Syrian Jewish population, was a Jewish Canadian mother of six.
Iranian state television ran a program Friday depicting the Islamic republic bombing several Israeli sites.
Iran’s semi-official news agency said Saturday the Islamic republic has sent warships toward US maritime borders.
Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman is teaming up with a program to support Syrian refugees.
A US Naval ship set out to finally destroy Syria’s chemical weapons stockpile Monday.
Interest in Anne Frank is particularly intense in Japan, where her story reaches audiences with comic books, cartoons, museums and education programs.
Jewish groups took part in International Holocaust Remembrance Day today, with head of the World Jewish Congress leading with thoughts for the future.
As the world honored International Holocaust Remembrance Day, leaders spoke out to remind their communities that lessons of the Shoah must not be forgotten.


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