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  • South suburban event calendar Oct. 16-22

    Here's a look at upcoming events in and around the south suburbs. Listings are subject to change. Please call the venue in advance. To submit an event for consideration, please visit http://triblocal.com/eventshttp://triblocal.com/events. Thursday, Oct....
  • Prominent rabbi with Baltimore ties arrested for voyeurism

    Prominent rabbi with Baltimore ties arrested for voyeurism
    A prominent Washington rabbi with ties to the Baltimore area was arrested by D.C. police on Tuesday and charged with voyeurism, police said. Barry Freundel, 62, of the Kesher Israel Congregation in Georgetown, was being held in police custody on charges...
  • Palestinians, Israeli police clash at Jerusalem's al-Aqsa compound

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli police clashed with Palestinian protesters and shut down access to Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque compound on Monday in a deepening dispute over access to the area, the third holiest shrine in Islam which is also revered by Jews....
  • Best bets

    Best bets
    Books Hank Phillippi Ryan: The award-winning author will sign copies of her latest thriller, "Truth Be Told" at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE Second Avenue, Delray Beach. Free. 561-279-7790, murderonthebeach.com....
  • Miami Jewish population larger and more diverse than a decade ago, study shows

    MIAMI Miami-Dade County's Jewish population is larger and more diverse than it was 10 years ago, the result of an influx of foreign-born and Orthodox Jews, a demographic survey released Monday showed. The "2014 Great Miami Jewish Federation Population...
  • Divided nationalists ahead in Bosnia

    SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Nationalists with little shared vision of Bosnia's future were in the lead in an election for the three-person presidency on Sunday, likely portending more dysfunction in a country still haunted by the divisions of a 1992-95 war....
  • Israeli high-tech entrepreneur turns his focus to politics

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Erel Margalit has packed a lot in, from frontline combat in Lebanon to a PhD in philosophy at Columbia University, advising Jerusalem's former mayor and launching a billion dollar venture capital firm. Now his focus is politics,...
  • Indebted to America, Kosovo struggles to curb Islamist recruits

    KACANIK Kosovo (Reuters) - Born in Germany, Blerim Heta moved to his parents' native Kosovo as a 10-year-old boy in the wake of a NATO air war in 1999 to save the territory's ethnic Albanians from Serbian repression. They settled in Urosevac, where U.S....
  • Milwaukee woman broke ground on gay marriage � in 1971

    Donna Burkett made national news when she and the woman she loved applied for a marriage license in Milwaukee. Their trip to the courthouse was not this week, when the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for same-sex marriage in Wisconsin and four other...
  • Serbia backs jail terms for Serbs fighting in foreign conflicts

    BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia's parliament approved on Friday jail terms of up to eight years for anyone found guilty of fighting in foreign wars, in an effort to dissuade citizens from joining conflicts in Syria, Ukraine and elsewhere. The amendments to...
  • Hobby Lobby executive's Bible museum: priceless artifacts, scholarly doubts

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hobby Lobby's Steve Green hopes his planned $800 million Museum of the Bible in Washington and its priceless collection can satisfy both scholars and casual visitors. But with Hobby Lobby a household word after the craft store...