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Israel's Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman called for new national elections during a speech in New York, saying he preferred a poll to freeing more Palestinian prisoners...Secretary of State John Kerry later this week, made the call for new
Speaking at the third annual Jerusalem Post conference in New York, Barkat said the model for developing one united city was good for everyone and that the city was not far from the situation where most of its Arabs inhabitants will not be interested
Access Denied US 'deeply disappointed' at Riyadh's decision to deny a visa to Jerusalem Post reporter Michael Wilner. Reuters Michael Wilner, a member of the White House press corps, was the only journalist denied access to the Muslim country.
Ambassador, Alan Baker, who is the Director of the Institute for Contemporary Affairs at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and who served as Israel's ambassador to Canada, penned an article titled, Changing the Historical Narrative: Saeb Erekat'
Jerusalem Post" mulls acquiring "Makor Rishon" 23/03/2014, 18:38 "Israel Today" and "Yediot Ahronot" are also interested in buying the newspaper...The newspapers have reportedly bought the investment portfolio about "Makor Rishon," which does not
The Israeli military said Friday it had found a tunnel from Gaza to Israel, with security sources telling the Jerusalem Post it's the biggest yet uncovered, The tunnel was found Tuesday, officials said. Officials said in some places the tunnel was
Aleksandar Vulin, minister in charge of Kosovo in Serbia's caretaker government, has said that Kosovo has both economic and strategic significance for Serbia. (Tanjug. file) But above all, he told the Jerusalem Post in an interview given ahead of
During closing argument of the Holyland corruption trial on Tuesday, Ofer Bartal, Shula Zaken's lawyer, told the Tel Aviv District Court that Shmuel Duchner's bribes were not intended for Zaken, but rather for former prime minister Ehud Olmert.
As dozens of workmen feverishly planted the remaining flowers, trees and sod to adorn the capital's newest and largest cinemaplex in time for its 7 p.m. Tuesday public debut, protesters gathered by Cinema City's main entrance to denounce its forced
Marc Israel Sellem Speaking late on Saturday night, Rabbi Shmuel Auerbach, the leader of a hardline haredi faction spoke out harshly against current legislative efforts to draft haredim into military service and said that his group would fight until