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With Israel visit, Quartet aims to kick-start peace talks

23 min 44 sec ago
Envoys will engage directly with Israeli and Palestinian officials to find ‘concrete actions’ toward two-state solution

Police brace for new attacks ahead of Friday prayers

1 hour 24 min ago
Hamas calls for ‘day of rage’ in the West Bank; Temple Mount access limited to Muslim women, and men over 45

EU to speed up deportations to tackle migrant crisis

1 hour 28 min ago
European officials hold talks with ministers from Balkans countries, which have been on the frontline of the influx

Should the NY Mets be thanking Bernie Madoff?

2 hours 18 min ago
The Ponzi scheme may have cost the team’s owners nearly $700 million, but it may have forced them to improve its strategy too

What Syria’s refugees think about Israel

Thursday October 8, 2015
In Germany, migrants say Assad and Jewish state are ‘the same,’ but are more concerned about West’s failure to save them

Hajj stampede death toll jumps to 1,399

Thursday October 8, 2015
New tally higher by 630 than Saudi Arabia’s official casualty count, which has not been updated since September 26

Nobel Literature Prize winner captures post-Soviet experience

Thursday October 8, 2015
Belarusian journalist Svetlana Alexievich wrote her first book on women who fought against Nazi Germany

Susan Rice’s ‘combative’ tone damaged Israel relations — ex-aide

Thursday October 8, 2015
In new book, Dennis Ross says national security adviser kept Netanyahu in dark on Iran nuclear deal negotiations, The New York Times reports

Judge: ‘The Muslims Are Coming!’ ads must run in NY subways

Thursday October 8, 2015
Court says MTA must display promotional materials for film; rules against ‘utterly unreasonable’ ban

Guns and metal detectors: Jerusalem’s mayor has a plan to calm his city

Thursday October 8, 2015
In an exclusive interview briefly interrupted by a thwarted terror attack, Nir Barkat explains how he will restore calm to a capital rocked by violence

Kerry, Zarif said among top contenders for Nobel Peace Prize

Thursday October 8, 2015
Ahead of announcement Friday, Angela Merkel, Pope Francis, and a dissident Saudi blogger generate buzz

United Airlines to launch Tel Aviv-San Francisco flights

Thursday October 8, 2015
Beginning April 2016, airline set to run three weekly direct routes, the Globes daily reports

Rabbi appointed Pope Francis’ ‘comedic advisor’

Thursday October 8, 2015
Stand-up comedian Bob Alper, 70, wins title with one-liner about his wife; will donate reward to homeless in Ethiopia

Israel hit with 4 stabbings in second day of widespread terror

Thursday October 8, 2015
Some 20 people hurt in attacks in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Afula, Hebron; clashes, rock-throwing reported throughout the country

For this Israeli coach in London, a draw is as good as a win

Thursday October 8, 2015
In leading Charlton Athletic since January, Guy Luzon brought the team’s standings up to a respectable 12th place. Now in 17th, will the coach soon say cheerio to England?

Israel: Settlement expansion ongoing, but best not to talk about it

Thursday October 8, 2015
Netanyahu and Ya’alon say they’re keeping construction beyond the Green Line quiet lest they lose international backing for anti-terrorism measures

Ben Carson blames gun control for the Holocaust

Thursday October 8, 2015
Presidential hopeful says fewer people would have been murdered by the Nazis if citizens were armed

Kahane’s jailed grandson starts hunger strike in solitary confinement

Thursday October 8, 2015
Meir Ettinger protests administrative detention, says he’ll starve himself unless he can talk to his wife

Police impose fresh restrictions on Muslims at Temple Mount

Thursday October 8, 2015
Women of all ages but only men over 50 will be allowed to attend Friday prayers as Jerusalem is hit by ongoing violence

Netanyahu’s message to Israelis: Trust me, and we’ll beat this terror war, too

Thursday October 8, 2015
Publicly convening all his security chiefs for the first time since last summer’s conflict, PM indicates Israel has entered yet another protracted round of violence

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