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Jan 30, 2019
US warning of communal violence ahead of LS polls worrying, but singling out India amid global rise of hate crime is a stretchThe US ODNI intelligence singling out India, warning communal violence ahead of General Election to Lok Sabha, may indicate a certain bias, but a global rise of hate only makes that threat more serious, not less
Dec 28, 2018
Israeli author Amos Oz dies of cancer: 79-year-old was vocal supporter of two-state solution for Palestine conflictAmos Oz, Israel’s best-known author and an outspoken supporter of the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, died of cancer at the age of 79 on Friday, his daughter said.
Aug 27, 2018
Israel prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu wraps up visit to Lithuania, says Jews still under threat decades after HolocaustThe Israeli leader identified what he termed new existential threats facing the Jews, with Iran and Islamist movement Hamas being among them.
Jul 05, 2018
French filmmaker Claude Lanzmann, director of documentary Shoah, passes away aged 92Shoah was filmed in the 1970s during Claude Lanzmann's trips to the barren Polish landscapes where the slaughter of Jews was planned and executed.
Mar 01, 2018
Orchestral performance in Jerusalem to feature lost music composed by Nazi concentration camp victimsA quest over 30 years by an Italian musician to track down music composed by Nazi concentration camp victims will reach fruition in April.
Jan 29, 2018
Jazz musician and Nazi concentration camp survivor Coco Schumann passes away at 93Schumann made a name for himself as a young musician in Berlin's underground jazz and swing scene in the 1930s.
Jan 04, 2018
Aharon Appelfeld, esteemed Israeli novelist and Holocaust survivor, dies at 85Appelfeld was born in Romania before the rise of the Nazis, lost his mother in the mass murder of Jews during World War II and was only reunited with his father 20 years later.
Dec 22, 2017
Life during Holocaust: Trove of documents hidden from Nazis, Soviets in Lithuania offer glimpse into county's Jewish historyA church in Lithuania kept a trove of documents offering an unprecedented glimpse into Jewish life in Eastern Europe before and during the Holocaust.
Sep 27, 2017
Rohingya crisis: Centre's 'terror' tag is harsh as India has made little effort to plug porous borders and end illegal influxThe fact is that come 3 October when the Supreme Court hands down a decision India will have to deal with a possibly impossible departure if the verdict calls for deportation.
Sep 07, 2017
Rohingya crisis: Indian govt's deportation plan is ethically egregious, reflects disregard for human rightsEven in such times of numbness and insensitivity, there is little escape for the Indian Government from condemnation over the Rohingya crisis.