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Sunrise at the Western Wall by Zina Roitman

Jerusalem: A consensus issue at last

Indeed, Jerusalem is becoming a consensus issue, and I recently hung the proof on the walls of the Old City. I will explain.

Former Jerusalem Post editor-in-chief Ari Rath dies at 92

Remembering Ari Rath

Ari’s antenna was constantly scanning the horizon for stories, and he did not make do simply by assigning them.

Mexico fireworks market explosion leaves 27 dead

VIDEO: Mexico fireworks explosion leaves 29 dead, injures dozens

13 children suffered burns to over 90 percent of their bodies and were being sent to the US city of Galveston in Texas for treatment.

The Hague

Analysis: Walking a tightrope with the International Criminal Court

Compared to the signals the ICC Prosecution sent in February, the signals it sent during this visit could only be seen favorably by Israel

The Hague

Exclusive: An insider's look at the ICC headquarters

I already knew of the intense pressure on the court to indict defendants in countries outside Africa, but I ran into the personal face of the ICC's dilemma during my visit.

Laurent Fabius

Israel: French threat to recognize ‘Palestine’ if talks fail encourages deadlock

We welcome the Paris initiative and affirm the status quo cannot go on, Abbas says.

Iranian drone spies on US naval carrier

Report: Iranian drone spied on US naval warship

The report said that the incident occurred on the third day of naval excises being conducted off the Persian Gulf, but did not specify the date of the event nor the name of the US carrier.

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Al Jazeera apologizes for Jerusalem terror attack tweet

Al Jazeera noted that it was its audience that pointed out how the tweet diminished the killing of the two Israeli victims.

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