Global agenda: A large coffee, with sugar
Inflation, as measured by official price indices – the Consumer Price Index, in most countries – is extremely low.
By PINCHAS LANDAU
Scottish Jewish community leader: Independence would not be ‘favorable’ for policy toward Israel
In an exclusive interview with "The Jerusalem Post," Paul Morron, president of the Glasgow Jewish Representative Council, declined to make any prediction of the result.
By JERRY LEWIS
UNHRC to vote on five anti-Israel resolutions this week
Special Rapporteur on Palestine Richard Falk ends his six-year term.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Israel ranks 39 out of 178 on Environmental Performance Index
The country excelled the most in the drinking water and water sanitation category, achieving first place.
By sharon udasin
Sino-Indian ties: Need for patience
Beijing is said to have realized recently that the ongoing Islamist terrorist attacks against it are being inspired, funded and militarily aided by the same sources as those against India.
By JAGDISH N SINGH
Will the minority Pundits return home?
Ever since New Delhi lost parts of Kashmir to Pakistan, India has suffered at the hands of jihadists.
By JAGDISH N SINGH
Stricter regulations set for indoor tanning
World Health Organization regards tanning salons as dangerous as asbestos factories; minimum age for indoor tanning now 18.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
WHO: Air pollution causes 1 in 8 deaths worldwide
National plan aims to curb exposure in Israel, says Environmental Protection Ministry.
By SHARON UDASIN
Ukraine's Poroshenko is sworn in as president
New president says: "Crimea was, is, and will remain Ukrainian," calls on separatists to lay down arms.
Iraq election could lead to increased sectarianism, continued weakening of state
The situation increases speculation of state’s disintegration with Iraqi army unable to control its territory.
By Ariel Ben Solomon