International

Terror attack outside kosher restaurant

A van plowed through a crowd of people on Barcelona’s main shopping street, reportedly killing at least 13 people and injuring over 50 others. Police said they were treating the

Apology over ‘Jewish guests’ sign

The manager of a hotel in Switzerland has said she was wrong to post signs instructing “Jewish guests” to shower before entering the pool and to access the refrigerator at set times.

World’s oldest man mourned

Yisrael Kristal, a Holocaust survivor from Haifa who was recognised by Guinness World Records as the oldest man in the world, has died, a month before his 114th birthday.

Trump under fire over Charlottesville

Jewish leaders across the globe have condemned the violence at a white supremacist event in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend and also criticised President Donald Trump for saying that the hatred and violence came from “many sides”.

Shapira shames Twitter

The Berlin-based creator of the viral Yolocaust website spray-painted the German headquarters of Twitter with anti-Semitic posts that the social network failed to delete when he reported them.

Bibi indictment: “When not if”

The legal woes of the Netanyahu family have suddenly turned serious, after police signed up the Prime Minister’s former right-hand man as a witness.

Aid for Syria beyond Ziv

The Israeli military has released new information that gives a sense of the scale of aid it is providing to Syrians – and spoken to The AJN about how the operation extends far beyond children getting treatment in the Galilee.

Kushner: ‘There may be no solution’

IF Jared Kushner is the only person who can deliver Middle East peace – as his father-in-law Donald Trump said – he comes off as a reluctant saviour.

Azaria appeal rejected

THE most controversial army reservist in Israel has lost the appeal against his manslaughter conviction, meaning that to the shock of the right, he will serve a year and a half for killing a Palestinian terrorist.

Three killed in Halamish bloodbath

IT was meant to be a baby shower. Instead, it became a bloodbath. Three Israelis were buried on Sunday, after their lives came to an abrupt and brutal end two days earlier, as they digested their dinner and waited for guests to arrive to celebrate the birth of a new baby.