For a decade, an Israeli archaeologist and his Polish colleague have excavated at the Sobibor death camp, removing some 70,000 objects from the blood-soaked soil – including a pendant belonging to a girl born just after Anne Frank. Who was that girl?
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Its activity will be limited to actions supporting the renewal of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process
Asylum seekers 'voluntarily' sent to Rwanda relay stories of theft, extortion, threats, imprisonment and death as they try to flee to safety in Europe
Seventy years after the UN General Assembly approved the Partition Plan, an Israeli researcher has tracked down the forgotten man who drew up the map
Antonio Guterres expresses concern over increase of Israeli overflights of Lebanese territory, unauthorized weapons in Hezbollah's hands and threatening rhetoric
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The decision is sure to please Turkey, but will further alienate Syrian Kurds, who bore much of the fight against ISIS in Syria
One bill is slated to give the government power to bypass municipal bylaws and force the closure of supermarkets on Shabbat
Thirty ISIS militants reported killed by Egyptian military after Sinai mosque attack claims 235 lives
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