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Michelangelo’s last surviving bronzes ‘identified in UK’

Times of Israel - Tuesday February 3, 2015
‘Bacchants Riding on Panthers’ were previously owned by Baron Adolphe de Rothschild

Canada’s foreign minister, a friend of Israel, to step down

Times of Israel - Tuesday February 3, 2015
John Baird set to resign Tuesday; said Palestinians made ‘huge mistake’ with ICC bid

Syrian hackers pose as beautiful women to steal rebel plans

Times of Israel - Tuesday February 3, 2015
Opposition members tricked into clicking on matchmaking photos, sharing pictures, allowing spyware onto their computers

Egypt confirms mass death sentences for police killings

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
183 suspects set to be executed after widely criticized ruling; Morsi to stand trial February 15 for espionage

In London, nationalists to protest ‘Jewification’ of UK

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
March 22 rally in ultra-Orthodox neighborhood will agitate against Shomrim guards, gender segregation signs

Anti-Semitic Nisman posters appear in Buenos Aires

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
‘A good Jew is a dead Jew,’ read signs referencing prosecutor who was found shot in the head

At Budapest synagogue, Merkel remembers Holocaust victims

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
German Chancellor lays stone at Jewish community memorial during state visit to Hungary

Rudy Giuliani: Netanyahu has right to speak on Iran

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
PM has no choice but to sound warning on Tehran’s nuclear program, says former NY mayor

Lapid proposes new anti-corruption legislation

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
Speaking in front of prison, Yesh Atid chairman claims his party is the cleanest

An election campaign defined by what isn’t being said

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
At a Tel Aviv International Salon-Times of Israel Knesset debate, the nation’s bewilderment over the Palestinians was unmistakable

In Tel Aviv, it’s Super Bowl Early Monday Morning

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
American ex-pats and Israelis gather to watch football’s championship game, including at one Yesh Atid-sponsored event

Spanish parties strike pact against jihadism

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
Politicians across the spectrum introduce legislation aimed at fighting Islamic extremism in wake of Paris attacks

Head of UN Gaza inquiry quits, cites Israel’s bias claims

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
William Schabas, who was paid $1,300 by PLO, complains of ‘malicious attacks,’ says he doesn’t want Israeli allegations to taint commission’s reputation

Nobel laureate Martin Karplus’ photos on show in country he fled

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
The chemist left Austria as a boy with his parents. After winning the Nobel, the country graciously invited him back

Norway banishes ‘hate preacher’ to remote village

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
Mullah Krekar co-founded radical Islamist group Ansar al-Islam, but he maintains he has not been involved since 2002

Soldier who ran into Gaza tunnel to save comrade cited for heroism

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
Sixty-seven medals handed out to soldiers for outstanding service during 50-day conflict with Hamas-led fighters

Egypt set to free second Al-Jazeera journalist

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
Mohamed Fahmy’s release ‘imminent,’ Canadian foreign minister says, day after Australian Peter Greste let go

British imams meet French Muslims, Jews in solidarity trip

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
After terror attack, group of Islamic leaders calls for sides to share experiences to work through difficult times

Hamas supporters in Gaza march against Egyptian ban

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
Hundreds of demonstrators in Strip denounce Cairo for accusing Palestinian group of involvement in ‘terrorist operations’

Columnist, 98, calls time after 50 years

Times of Israel - Monday February 2, 2015
Cleveland Jewish News writer Violet Spevack believed to have published longest continuous weekly column in the US

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