Addressing the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, South Korean President Moon Jae-in repeated a call for a formal end to the war but later said time is running out to achieve such progress.
“There is no road, the road is made by walking, by walking one makes the road, and upon glancing back one sees the path.” – “Wanderer” by Antonio Machado
The city government and the Latin American Rabbinical Seminary held a contest to design the mural to honor human rights activist Rabbi Marshall Meyer.
The rabbi, Shneor “Uri” Mizrahi, had worked to empty the synagogue without a fight by talking with the squatters in an attempt to convince them to vacate.
The attack killed 85 people and injured hundreds at a Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires.
The 45nd Annual Buenos Aires Book Fair will present more than 1,500 events during 20 days and feature 2,500 lectures, book presentations and artistic events until its close on Monday.
Identified as the “Jewish rugby team” among the national rugby clubs, Hindu Club rugby fans display Israeli flags during some matches.
“Instead of importing conflicts, we are exporting coexistence.”
On the 25th anniversary of the Buenos Aires bombing Iran is believed to have orchestrated, the perpetrators still remain at large.
Speaking at the event, AMIA Vice President Ralph Thomas Saiegh said: “Justice was incapable of providing answers, we demand concrete progress in this investigation.”