Israeli media magnate Saban hints Clinton opposes Iran nuclear deal
Zionist Union chief Herzog vows: 'We'll unseat Netanyahu from opposition'
'Bennett, Liberman join forces in coalition talks with Netanyahu'
Liberman likens EU to Nazis in light of reported plan to label settlement products
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MDA still helps unify next generations of families 70 years after Holocaust
Chief scientist says startups boom but fail to grow into mature companies
Jerusalem Mayor Barkat lauds haredi startups
Plan to prevent collapse of seafront cliffs gets green light
How was the moon formed? Israeli researchers shed new light on subject
1965 and all that jazz
Concert review: Paganini of Mandolin
Dudu Fisher recalls the family that saved his own in the Holocaust
Unfinished musical business
Banin’s Hapoel Haifa faces crucial relegation clash at Acre
Mac TA in big hole after Fenerbahce thrashing
Israel’s Shatilov favored for another podium finish at Euros
Familiar feeling of pressure for Maccabi Tel Aviv
Putin warns Israel against selling arms to Ukraine
Israeli military court charges Palestinian lawmaker Jerrar with 12 counts
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Frozen tax fund agreement reached: Israel to transfer over NIS 1 billion to PA
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'Arab hackers believed to have breached Israeli military networks'
French PM calls hatred of Jews 'insufferable', pledges 107 mil Euro against anti-Semitism
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Reporter's Notebook: An educational response to the horrors of Auschwitz
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Jews worldwide mark Yom HaShoah
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Hariri accuses Nasrallah of misleading public, sectarian incitement
Obama urges Gulf nations to help with chaos in Libya
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Promise fulfilled: Israeli medical team in Japan
Letters to the editor: Feeling of outrage
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Mission accomplished: An interview with Benny Gantz on loss and victory
Germany’s response to Nazism on trial as man, 93, faces 300,000 charges
THE MIDEAST BATTLE LINES ARE DRAWN
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The Jewish Communal Fund must stop funding anti-Israel causes
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Muslims throw 12 Christians overboard on migrant boat heading to Italy
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04.18.2015 | 29 Nisan, 5775
Jihadists take deadly aim at Christians from Nigeria to Somalia.
By EMANUEL MFOUKOU
2012 a été l’année la plus meurtrière pour les journalistes. Qui sont ces hommes et ces femmes qui ont décidé de tout raconter au péril de leur vie ?
By EVA TAPIERO
For over a year now, Israel has been increasingly preoccupied with the terror network building up throughout Africa.
By RINA BASSIST, JPOST CORRESPONDENT
Oil-rich states come through with aid, but humanitarian groups say they could do more.
By ARIEH O’SULLIVAN/ THE MEDIA LINE
Muslims accounted for well over 50% of terrorism fatalities in 2009.
By MATTHEW LEVITT
With correspondents in Lebanon, Somalia, Afghanistan and Israel, Felice Friedson, The Media Line CEO, is bringing journalists together.
BY ILAN EVYATAR
Al-Shabaab Islamists, affiliated with al-Qaida, were targeted in the attacks.
Protecting ships cost $7 billion in 2011, but Somali pirates got just $160 million in ransom.
By DAVID ROSENBERG / THE MEDIA LINE
Ban on foreign aid is lifted as a crackdown on the al-Qaida-linked group intensifies in Somalia; drought creating humanitarian crisis.
By ARIEH O’SULLIVAN / THE MEDIA LINE
Somalia is ranked fifth for poor conditions for women, "surprising" minister; women drivers in US set to protest Saudi driving ban.
By REUTERS AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Fazul Abdullah Mohammed was responsible for 2002 attack on Israeli hotel and airline; Clinton: Death is significant blow to al-Qaida, allies.
Somali police kill Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, who was accused of playing a lead role in 1998 Nairobi embassy attacks which killed 240 people.
2 pirates die in struggle as US naval forces board the 4 US citizens' yacht; American victims die of their wounds.
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
Shipment of guns a violation of UN arms embargo; follows weeks of controversy over program to train anti-piracy forces in Somalia.
The men were captured aboard the MV Taipan in the Gulf of Aden in April by Dutch marines; they were extradited from the Netherlands to Germany in June.
Nima Ali Yusuf, a permanent resident of the US, conspired in Southern California to aid al-Shabab, an al-Qaida-linked militia in Somalia.
"We are happy to be alive, happy to be here, desperate to see our family, and so happy to be amongst decent, everyday people," Rachel Chandler says.
Gunmen storm hotel in Mogadishu, MPs among casualties of attack.
Detective uses local knowledge, Arabic language skills to aid authorities.
Terrorist group leader said to be inside as bomb explodes.
Iranian deputy FM tours South America, meeting with leaders of Cuba, Venezuela and Bolivia in order to boost economic, political ties.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Al-Qaida-inspired cell planned to kidnap soldiers, murder Christians.
By YAAKOV KATZ, YAAKOV LAPPIN AND JPOST.COM
By YAAKOV KATZ AND YAAKOV LAPPIN
'Africa Star' crew safe after second gunfight with pirates in 72 hours.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Humanitarian group sends delegation to aid thousands in Kenya and Somalia after drought.
By GIL SHEFLER
Facing the first anniversary of the Westgate mall massacre in Kenya, a survivor of the terror
speaks out about life, family and her extraordinary ordeal.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
As East Africa comes together to restore order, the West must invest as well.
By TIMOTHY SPANGLER
Al-Shabab spokesman calls upon Muslims to stand up and take revenge for their Muslim brothers in Gaza.
Lakhdar Brahimi warns of Syria's potential collapse and subsequent transformation into a new Somalia.
ICRC convoys brave flooded rivers and crocodiles to deliver food.
Unpaid Somali soldiers defecting, some to al Qaida offshoot
By BENJAMIN JOFFE-WALT / THE MEDIA LINE
Citizens rank public sector as slightly less corrupt than in 2011, but Israel continues to fall behind relative to other countries.
Ever since I was born I could hear the waves of hatred and prejudice pouring upon Jews for unexplained reasons.
By ABDIRAHMAN MOHAMED DIRYE
After 11 months of conflict and despite recent progress made by the rebels, most parts of Syria are still under Assad’s rule.
By AHMAD HASHEMI
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s background could place him in prime position to rid Africa of threat posed by Islamist militants in Somalia.
It succeeds in the most obscure places and fails in the most promising ones.
Newly arrived Somali refugees at camps in northeastern Kenya's Dadaab begin fasting for Islam's holy month of Ramadan, having fled famine in their homeland.
Israeli and Jewish humanitarian aid organizations pitch in as 11.3 million people across East Africa in need of emergency food.
By JEREMY SHARON
US citizen Mohamed Osman Mohamud arrested in sting operation after dialing phone he thought would detonate bomb in Christmas event.