Articles by: JewishNews-Limor

Exeter, NH – Oldest Employee Working At Supermarket Chain Dies At 96

Exeter, NH – Oldest Employee Working At Supermarket Chain Dies At 96

Exeter, NH – Arthur St. John, who at 96 was the oldest employee of a New England grocery chain and among its most beloved, has… Read More ›

Trump pushes around NATO; lecture seen as unsettling alliance

Trump pushes around NATO; lecture seen as unsettling alliance

  Washington – When President Donald Trump lectured NATO members on their contributions to the trans-Atlantic alliance, he demonstrated a lack of understanding about how… Read More ›

Abbas tells Trump he’s ‘ready to begin negotiating immediately’ with Israel

Abbas tells Trump he’s ‘ready to begin negotiating immediately’ with Israel

US president and Palestinian leader agree to ‘continue discussions’ on PA’s payments to families of terrorists, White House says   WASHINGTON — Palestinian Authority President… Read More ›

Trump asked two intel chiefs to push back against FBI’s Russia probe — report

Trump asked two intel chiefs to push back against FBI’s Russia probe — report

President requested director of national intelligence, NSA chief publicly reject collusion allegations, according to the Washington Post   US President Donald Trump reportedly asked two… Read More ›

An elephant crushes a hunter to death after it is fatally shot

An elephant crushes a hunter to death after it is fatally shot

Harare – A big game hunter was crushed to death after an elephant, which his friends had fatally shot, collapsed on top of him. Theunis… Read More ›

Nashua, NH – Kellyanne Conway Tells Trump’s Supporters To Ignore Critics

Nashua, NH – Kellyanne Conway Tells Trump’s Supporters To Ignore Critics

  Nashua, NH – President Donald Trump’s counselor Kellyanne Conway has told supporters in New Hampshire they should “just ignore” his critics and the incessant… Read More ›

Jewish Former US Senator Joe Lieberman Finalist for FBI Director

Jewish Former US Senator Joe Lieberman Finalist for FBI Director

Former Independent senator from Connecticut Joe Lieberman is on the short list to head the FBI after the abrupt firing of James Comey.   WASHINGTON… Read More ›

Lyft and Waymo are teaming up to work on self-driving cars

Lyft and Waymo are teaming up to work on self-driving cars

  Waymo and Lyft are forging a new partnership to work on self-driving cars, spokespeople for both companies confirmed Sunday night. The New York Times… Read More ›

Hamas Announces it Captured Suspected Killer of Armed Wing Leader

Hamas Announces it Captured Suspected Killer of Armed Wing Leader

Group says it will hold press conference in coming days.   Hamas Politburo Chairman Ismaill Haniyeh said on Thursday that Hamas’s security forces arrested the… Read More ›

Palestinians sue Israel over Duma arson

Palestinians sue Israel over Duma arson

Relatives of the Dawabsheh family file lawsuit against the state seeking NIS 15 million in compensation, claiming that it ignored incitement by Jewish extremists and… Read More ›

Plaque on New York City Street Honors French Nazi Collaborator

Plaque on New York City Street Honors French Nazi Collaborator

The long and narrow plaque is part of a collection of identical ones placed along a stretch of some 13 blocks on Broadway also known… Read More ›

Comment: Netanyahu’s Bold Move Against Europe

Comment: Netanyahu’s Bold Move Against Europe

Israel is finally taking a constructive position in its own defense.   On Tuesday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu adopted a new strategy for managing Israel’s… Read More ›

Ukraine opens criminal probe against 94-year-old Jewish WWII hero

Ukraine opens criminal probe against 94-year-old Jewish WWII hero

In an unprecedented move, Ukrainian authorities are opening a criminal investigation into 94-year-old Jewish WWII hero, Col. Boris Steckler, who is accused of having killed… Read More ›

Pope repeats refugee ‘concentration camps’ remarks

Pope repeats refugee ‘concentration camps’ remarks

Challenged over criticism of the comparison, Francis doubles down   A BOARD THE PAPAL PLANE — Pope Francis repeated on Saturday that some migrant holding… Read More ›

Trump’s Visa Policy May Harm Israeli Hi-Tech Innovators

Trump’s Visa Policy May Harm Israeli Hi-Tech Innovators

Last Tuesday, Trump signed an executive order to evaluate the H-1B visa program, which enables skilled foreign workers with a “specialty occupation” to work temporarily… Read More ›

With Eyes on Washington, Cairo and Riyadh Warm Up Ties, Looks to Cooperate

With Eyes on Washington, Cairo and Riyadh Warm Up Ties, Looks to Cooperate

Analysis: Both Egypt and Saudi Arabia share a sense of satisfaction with the advent of the Trump administration, which they see as reversing Obama policies… Read More ›

Washington – Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump Named To Time’s 100 Most Influential People List

Washington – Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump Named To Time’s 100 Most Influential People List

  Washington – Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner were named to Time magazine’s  100 Most Influential People list for 2017 The Jewish daughter and son-in-law… Read More ›

Brownsville, TX – Border Wall Could Leave Some Americans On ‘Mexican Side’

Brownsville, TX – Border Wall Could Leave Some Americans On ‘Mexican Side’

  Brownsville, TX – The last time U.S. officials built a barrier along the border with Mexico, they left an opening at the small road… Read More ›

Official: White House, Pentagon miscommunicated on aircraft carrier’s location

Official: White House, Pentagon miscommunicated on aircraft carrier’s location

  As the White House was talking about sending a naval “armada” to the Korean Peninsula, the very ships in question were on their way… Read More ›

In Battle for Mosul, New US Strategy Takes Shape

In Battle for Mosul, New US Strategy Takes Shape

Although training of the Iraqi forces and Kurdish Peshmerga is a major part of the operation, the overall narrative has changed; the US is more… Read More ›