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Suspects in killing of Hamas engineer still in Malaysia, police say

"We have yet to identify them, but we suspect that they used fake identification either when entering the country or when they were here."

Trump’s Mideast envoy Jason Greenblatt signals hope of lasting peace

Greenblatt boasted that under the Trump administration, relations between the Jewish state and Washington “are stronger than ever.”

Turkish parties jockey for position ahead of snap election at end of June

The ruling Justice and Development Party and the Nationalist Movement Party called the election on April 20 as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seeks to extend his term and consolidate his power.

Warning issued against hair-straightening products, fake Viagra

Following queries and complaints from customers, the ministry said on Monday that the composition of these products has not been checked, that they are unlicensed and that their safety is unknown.

Zarif condemns U.S. intervention in Syria, calls for regional ‘dialogue’

Iran’s foreign minister excuses his country’s human rights abuses, says Trump should not back out of nuclear deal.

UK Jewish leaders: Corbyn meeting was ‘disappointing missed opportunity’

“We welcome the fact that Mr. Corbyn’s words have changed, but it is action by which the Jewish community will judge him and the Labour Party."

U.S. Supreme Court ends second Arab Bank case

Decision blocks suits for overseas terrorism against banks with US footprint

Grapevine: When patriotism gets priority

Who's who in Israel this week.

Uprooting of Jews from Arab countries, an answer to modern antisemitism

To be able to reach a peaceful solution, the forced migration of Jews from Arab countries must be acknowledged as one of the tragedies of this long and painful conflict.

France agrees to 'work on a new deal' with Iran

"We therefore wish from now on to work on a new deal with Iran," Macron said. "I would like us to commit to that effect in the weeks and months to come."

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After deportation of migrants cancelled, south Tel Aviv rallies for real change
African asylum seeker blamed for the neighborhood's woes, but residents say the hulking, partially abandoned Central Bus Station is the real culprit

Israel gears up to host prestigious Giro D’Italia cycling race opener in May
First three stages of iconic competition to be held at cost of NIS 120 million, one of the country's most expensive and logistically complex sporting events

Trump, Macron make a show as best friends but tussle over Iran
As Macron tries to persuade Trump not to withdraw from deal, US President calls it ' insane,' but declines to say if US will withdraw by May 12 deadline

Anti-Semitic Wagner letter sells for $42,000 in Jerusalem
Unnamed Jewish collector from Switzerland purchases the missive warning of Jewish influence in culture

How Washington, DC got a bunch of new kosher restaurants
Maharat Ruth Friedman and Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld are providing supervision at five local vegan joints -- but one rabbi threatens to boycott them unless Friedman steps down

ZOA says Parkland survivor's use of Never Again in book 'trivializes’ Holocaust
Organization emphasizes it does not take a position on gun laws; urges David Hogg to change title of book

With bickering jokes, ‘Goldstein, the Musical’ sets Jewish family life to music
Running through the end of July, the hit play about three generations of a dysfunctional Jewish clan is a sometimes true, always poignant, airing of dirty laundry

House passes bill to help Holocaust survivors obtain restitution, seized assets
The measure requires State Department to report on progress of certain European countries toward the return of wrongfully confiscated Holocaust-era assets

Does Natalie Portman's snub of Netanyahu make her the face of liberal Zionism?
In a celebrity media environment 'It means a lot more for the debate when Natalie Portman says it,' says J Street's Jeremy Ben Ami

German investigators in Chile over Nazi pedophile sect, as leader remains free
Talks held in ongoing investigation into Colonia Dignidad, a notorious sect founded by German immigrants in the 1960s

Trump praises 'honorable' Kim
Trump praises North Korean leader, says Kim wants to meet "as soon as possible".

Iranian official: Punishing 'Zionists' is inevitable
Iranian official says Tehran will punish Israel for recent air strike on airbase in Syria.

20 civilians killed in 'Palestinian refugee camp' in Syria
20 civilians killed in week-long regime airstrikes on Damascus neighborhood of Yarmouk.

Trump's envoy: Hamas using protests to attack Israel
Jason Greenblatt blasts Hamas, says Iran is to blame for instability in the region.

British Jews: Meeting with Corbyn was disappointing
Jewish groups in Britain say meeting with Labour leader over anti-Semitism "was a disappointing missed opportunity".

Human initiative and divine second chances
How to achieve a daily victories over self-doubt and Amalek.

House approves Holocaust restitution bill
House of Representatives unanimously passes bill to help Holocaust survivors and the families of victims obtain restitution.

Algeria sentences 8 'spies' for Israel
Liberian national sentenced to death, seven African nationals sent to prison over espionage for Israel.

U.S. Supreme Court: Israeli terror victims can't sure Arab Bank
Victims of attacks in Israel cannot use an 18th century law to sue Jordanian-based Arab Bank, Supreme Court rules.

The truth about American aid to Israel
Exploding the myth: American aid to Israel is significantly less than what is given to other countries.

Netflix CEO: We won't raise prices or introduce ads
"We only need to make a few things but we need to make them really well," Reed Hastings told "Globes."

Histadrut slams Teva management over Ashdod plant closure
In the Beersheva District Labor Court, the Histadrut is accusing Teva of falsehood, deceit, and bad faith in the negotiations.

Tue: Teva jumps but fails to lift flat TASE
Teva and Perrigo rose today while Mazor Robotics had the biggest decline on the Tel Aviv 35 Index.

Regulator sees problems with Mizrahi Tefahot-Union Bank merger
The Israel Antitrust Authority found that 6,000 customers switched to Union Bank last year, showing its contribution to competition.

Strauss suspected of tax evasion in Romania
The Romanian tax authorities are assessing the company for NIS 16.5 million in back taxes and suspect criminal behavior.

Ormat set to complete acquisition of US Geothermal
A large majority of the US company's shareholders supported the $110 million deal.

Israel Aerospace teams with Czech co Aero Vodochody on jets
IAI will integrate state-of-the-art avionics and other solutions on Aero Vodochody's L-159 light jet aircraft platform.

25 or 40-floors: Tel Aviv's Kikar Atarim plan sent for review
The Tel Aviv District Court returned the plan to the Protection of the Coastal Environment Committee for discussion.

NIS 1b expansion planned for Ben Gurion Airport Terminal 3
By 2019, annual passenger numbers at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport are expected to top 25 million.

Walmart reps due in Israel this week
The US retail giant is apparently interested in Israeli technologies rather than in opening a local branch.

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