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  • Holocaust survivors receive needed aid

    Holocaust survivors receive needed aid
    Elderly Jewish Holocaust victims in South Florida will receive substantially more aid in 2015 from the Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference). Allocations to five social service agencies in Florida will be $23 million, with most of the increase earmarked for homecare, the top social welfare priority for these survivors.
  • U.N. brigade will need to 'neutralise' Congo rebels: chief

    Only a few of Rwanda's FDLR rebels operating in eastern Congo have laid down their arms before a January deadline, meaning that U.N. troops will launch operations against the group next month, the U.N.'s peacekeeping chief said on Monday. Herve Ladsous...

    Kindertransport survivors share their stories

    Kindertransport survivors share their stories
    Ruth Moll and Hilda Fogelson remember packing their life’s belongings into a single suitcase, the tearful goodbyes, not knowing when they would see family again — if ever — and the language barrier when they arrived in a new country....

    Pope Francis' visit to Turkey puts spotlight on region's Christians

    Pope Francis' visit to Turkey puts spotlight on region's Christians
    Dressed in a neatly pressed dark suit, Bedri Diril, 41, stood patiently Saturday among a crowd of hundreds in front of St. Esprit Cathedral in Istanbul awaiting the arrival of Pope Francis. “We Christians do have problems here, but they are not...

    Overlooked Palestinian terror group returns with a vengeance

    Overlooked Palestinian terror group returns with a vengeance
    The older I get, the more my childhood memories fade, but I still vividly remember the morning of Sunday, July 4, 1976. I was eight years old at the time, spending Shabbat with my grandparents at their house in London. Early on that Sunday, I woke to...