Articles by: JewishNews-Malki

Solar Impulse’s round-the-world journey delayed by battery damage

Solar Impulse’s round-the-world journey delayed by battery damage

  Solar Impulse 2’s attempt to fly around the world without a drop of fuel has been delayed by serious battery damage, raising questions over… Read More ›

North Korea names new defense minister

North Korea names new defense minister

  Seoul, South Korea – North Korea has named a new defense minister nearly two months after rumors surfaced that the last man to hold the… Read More ›

Iranian general: Foreigners will never enter military sites

Iranian general: Foreigners will never enter military sites

Deputy chief of staff Jazzayeri suggests negotiators ‘avoid stepping into this realm’   Foreigners will never be allowed access to Iran’s military sites, the deputy… Read More ›

Analysis: Colonel’s promotion signals all clear on controversial Hannibal Protocol incident

Analysis: Colonel’s promotion signals all clear on controversial Hannibal Protocol incident

The Hannibal Protocol supposedly allows commanders to take aggressive action, including endangering the life of a captured soldier, to foil the capture.   Usually the… Read More ›

Prosecutors urge criminal probe of PM’s Residence expenses

Prosecutors urge criminal probe of PM’s Residence expenses

Netanyahu and wife Sara not listed as suspects in likely investigation, which follows damning State Comptroller report   State prosecutors have decided to initiate a… Read More ›

It looks like Apple Watch sales are tanking

It looks like Apple Watch sales are tanking

  Apple hasn’t revealed specific sales figures for the Apple Watch since its launch in April. However, analytics firm Slice Intelligence has pulled together some… Read More ›

GUNDLACH: A ‘Grexit’ would be the beginning of the end of the euro

GUNDLACH: A ‘Grexit’ would be the beginning of the end of the euro

  Greece’s ongoing and deteriorating banking crisis has made an exit from the eurozone, or a “Grexit,” an increasingly attractive option for the financially beleaguered… Read More ›

‘Events are now spinning out of control’ in Greece

‘Events are now spinning out of control’ in Greece

  Ambrose Evans-Pritchard at The Telegraph has just dropped a bomb on the situation in Greece. Writing in The Telegraph on Tuesday, Evans-Pritchard reports that… Read More ›

Texas – Facebook To Add More Computing Power With Texas Data Center

Texas – Facebook To Add More Computing Power With Texas Data Center

  Texas – Facebook is building a massive data center in Texas to provide more computing capacity for the online social network’s 1.4 billion users… Read More ›

Washington – 70 Years Later, WWII Bombardier Receives Presidential Honor

Washington – 70 Years Later, WWII Bombardier Receives Presidential Honor

  Washington – At 22, 2nd Lt. John Pedevillano was the youngest bombardier in the U.S. Army Air Corps’ 306th Bomb Group when he was… Read More ›

Newark, NJ – Man Who Led ATM Scheme That Stole $5M Sentenced To 10 Years

Newark, NJ – Man Who Led ATM Scheme That Stole $5M Sentenced To 10 Years

  Newark, NJ – A Romanian native who led a scheme that used card-reading devices to lift bank information from ATMs and steal millions of… Read More ›

Panel recommends changes to Orthodox conversion

Panel recommends changes to Orthodox conversion

Rabbinical group’s new guidelines to prevent abuse, following voyeurism case, also offer a snapshot of converts   NEW YORK (JTA) – After facing criticism for… Read More ›

Obama: Fight against IS progressing, but still a long slog

Obama: Fight against IS progressing, but still a long slog

President says militants are ‘opportunistic, nimble’; warns threat of ‘lone wolf’ attacks within US has grown   Obama said Monday the US-led coalition battling Islamic… Read More ›

Hamas, Fatah exchange threats after wave of arrests

Hamas, Fatah exchange threats after wave of arrests

PA security forces arrest 170 Hamas men in connection with shooting attacks against Israelis, raising the wrath of Gaza’s ruling faction. The Palestinian Authority has… Read More ›

Commercial dispute halves Holocaust survivors benefits

Commercial dispute halves Holocaust survivors benefits

Society for the Restitution of Holocaust Victim’s Assets claims that World Zionist Organisation refuses to distribute Bank Leumi shares earmarked for survivor’s assistance. The financial… Read More ›

Anti-Jewish protest in London fizzles

Anti-Jewish protest in London fizzles

Around 25 right-wing extremists far outnumbered by counter-demonstrators.   LONDON – The “Anti-Jewification” protest originally planned to be held in one of London’s Jewish community’s… Read More ›

Israel angrily warns powers caving to Iran in nuke talks

Israel angrily warns powers caving to Iran in nuke talks

Concessions growing, will allow Tehran to build nuclear arsenal even if it does keep to deal, officials in Jerusalem say   Jerusalem reacted furiously over… Read More ›

This Republican presidential candidate has the sickest Donald Trump burn yet

This Republican presidential candidate has the sickest Donald Trump burn yet

  Next in line to denounce Donald Trump? Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina). Trump has been the subject of intense criticism from both parties after… Read More ›

China is taking extraordinary steps to ensure its reign over the South China Sea

China is taking extraordinary steps to ensure its reign over the South China Sea

  HONG KONG/MANILA (Reuters) – China’s claims to the disputed South China Sea will come under international legal scrutiny for the first time this week,… Read More ›

Switching to the drachma will be a nightmare for Greece

Switching to the drachma will be a nightmare for Greece

  Switching back to the drachma would be chaotic if Greece has to ditch euros. The country will hold a crucial referendum on Sunday. Millions of… Read More ›