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#World - Do social media threaten democracy?

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23 November 2017
Facebook, Google and Twitter were supposed to save politics as good information drove out prejudice and falsehood. Something has gone very wrong.

#World - At home in the world

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10 November 2017
At 39, French President Emmanuel Macron is just getting started.

#World - Terror Attack Kills 8 and Injures 11 in Manhattan

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06 November 2017
A driver plowed a pickup truck down a crowded bike path along the Hudson River in Manhattan on Tuesday, killing eight people and injuring 11 before being shot by a police officer in what officials are calling the deadliest terrorist attack on New York City since Sept. 11, 2001.

#Europe - Polish Woman, 100, Who Saved Jewish Girl During Holocaust Named Righteous Among the Nations

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23 October 2017
Aleksandra Cybulska and her husband housed Sonia Berkowicz, whose family was killed in the Holocaust, and gave her a false certificate identifying her as a Christian.

#Europe - Bulgarian government appoints national co-ordinator for the fight against anti-Semitism

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20 October 2017
Bulgaria’s Cabinet has adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism and has appointed Deputy Foreign Minister Georg Georgiev as national co-ordinator for the fight against anti-Semitism.

#World - ‘Nazi grandma’ convicted again for denying Holocaust

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19 October 2017
The so-called “Nazi grandma” has been convicted — yet again — in Germany of denying the Holocaust and sentenced to six months in the slammer, according to reports.

#World - Qatari and French-jewish diplomats favorites to head UNESCO

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10 October 2017
Seven candidates are competing in this run-off, including candidates from China, Azerbaijan, Vietnam, France, Egypt, Qatar, Lebanon and Iraq.

#Europe - Merkel and Macron’s EU takeover: German head urges 'intense' co-operation as she cosies up

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09 October 2017
German Chancellor Angela Merkel praised French President Emmanuel Macron's ambitions for the European Union and said his ideas could be the foundation for "intense" Franco-German cooperation on the future of Europe.

#World #LasVegas - The terrorist 'may have staged target practice' before Las Vegas shooting

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09 October 2017
Surveillance footage shows Paddock driving alone to a remote area in the Nevada desert.

#Europe - Macron, the Atlanticist

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09 October 2017
France is committed to taking on more responsibility for the defense of Europe without alienating or competing with NATO.

#World #LasVegas - The victims of Las Vegas: remembering their lives

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09 October 2017
On the night of October 1, 2017, a gunman opened fire on a large crowd of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip. Resulting in 58 people dead and 489 injured, the incident is the deadliest mass shooting in the United States.

#World - In today's Europe, Jews are a target like everyone else

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08 September 2017
Amid rise in terror, communities get more help from state.

#Antisemitism - European Jewish Congress sees rising anti-Semitism in Poland

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06 September 2017
Expressing 'grave concern', Brussels-based group says no Polish minister has met with leaders of the Union of Jewish Communities to discuss combating anti-Semitism in the last year, despite rise of far-right groups and attacks on Jews.

#Israel #Munich - Rivlin heads to Munich to unveil monument to murdered israeli athletes

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06 September 2017
11 murdered Israeli athletes were brutally murdered during the 1972 Munich Olympics by terrorist organization Black September.

#World - Columnist fired over 'anti-Semitic' Sunday Times article

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31 July 2017
A Sunday Times columnist "will not write again" for the newspaper after one of his articles was branded "anti-Semitic" and "disgraceful".

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