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- Israel, UAE to collaborate on Beresheet 2 moon mission
Israeli space company SpaceIL signed an agreement with the United Arab Emirates to cooperate on a joint mission to the moon in 2024, according to the Technion UK.
- Will Orthodox MLB draft pick Elie Kligman's younger brother follow him?
Some Jewish baseball fans know the name Elie Kligman, even though he's just a freshman in college. That's because last year he became one of the first two Orthodox Jewish players ever picked in a Major League Baseball draft.
- AIPAC PAC to back Liz Cheney despite her criticism of endorsements
The political action committee of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee is backing Rep. Liz Cheney, the Wyoming Republican who has criticized the group for backing GOP colleagues who voted not to certify Joe Biden's election as president.
- Harvard Crimson endorses BDS movement while rejecting antisemitism
For years, the editorial board of The Harvard Crimson, the student newspaper at Harvard University, has declined to back the movement to boycott Israel, even as it expressed concern about Israeli policies and supported the free-speech rights of Harvard student groups that did advocate for a boycott.
- Climate change may cause more frequent pandemics - study
A new study shows that pandemics may become more common as a result of climate change.
- Serbia unveils plaque in memory of Belgrade concentration camp victims
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic inaugurated a new plaque last week in memory of those who were killed in Belgrade's Staro Sajmiste concentration camp during the Holocaust.
- Large-scale study identifies severe COVID-19 risk groups
A new Imperial College London study, the largest of its kind so far, has identified several factors that increase the risk of hospitalization and death from COVID-19.
- Pope confirms Brother Francesco Patton as Custos of the Holy Land
Brother Francesco Patton was confirmed as Custos of the Holy Land and Guardian of Mount Zion for the next three years on Friday in a Jerusalem ceremony.
- Watch: Christian pilgrims return to the Holy Land
Christian pilgrims from around the world returned to the Holy Land for Catholic and Orthodox Easter celebrations this month. They visited the churches of the Holy Sepluchre and Gethsemane, as well as other smaller establishments throughout the Old City, Israel and the Palestinian territories.
- Pittsburgh man charged with stealing Judaica from dozens of Jewish homes
The 20-year-old Squirrel Hill resident Andrew Clinton is not Jewish. But on April 21, when Pittsburgh police searched the home of his parents, they found several bins of Judaica — all stolen.
- Exploring Israel's systemic neglect of sex offense victims
Daphna Ash was a 21-year-old lone soldier when she was drugged and sexually assaulted at a Shabbat dinner in Jerusalem. Ash knows that while she was drugged, a man who was at the dinner sexually assaulted her, and another man at the dinner found them, helping her get away from the attacker....
- Domestic abuse reports to WhatsApp hotline spike by 95% amid COVID-19
Amid the coronavirus crisis, the Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel (ARCCI) saw a 95% increase in reporting activity to its national WhatsApp hotline, the organization reported ahead of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on Wednesday....
- Roberta Kaplan: Lead attorney in civil lawsuits against Donald Trump
NEW YORK – As Donald Trump begrudgingly left office this month, the legal shield he has wielded to ward off lawsuits vanished....
- Washington, state capitals on high alert ahead of Wednesday inauguration
Three days ahead of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's inauguration, Washington's downtown streets are empty, and many of them are already blocked for vehicles and foot traffic....
- Israel's baseball team swings for gold at Tokyo Olympics
The Israeli Olympic baseball team competing in Tokyo carries with it a nine-year history of top-level international tournament play, but beyond that experience, its members are bound together by deeper ties....
- 3 Israeli start-ups poised to disrupt business-to-business sales industry
Drror Nahumi of Norwest Venture Partners predicted that sales would be a "hot area" for innovation following the outbreak of COVID-19. As it turns out, he was right. Many firms throughout the world discovered a slew of flaws in their internal and external business processes due to the global...
- Jerusalem Day: Israel's budding tech hub
When it comes to hi-tech, the city of Jerusalem knows that it can't compete with Tel Aviv, one of the top innovation centers in the world....
- How Do Online Casino Regulations Look Like In Peru?
Peru is one of the few countries in Latin America boasting a fully-fledged gambling scene. The country has invested in regulating gambling since 1979, with the enactment of Decree-Law No. 22515 into law. Since then, gambling regulations have been amended, and Peru began issuing licenses for online...
- Ruderman foundation ends disability giving, opens void in Jewish inclusion
To many in the Jewish world, the Ruderman Family Foundation is synonymous with efforts to increase inclusion for Jews with disabilities....
- Coronavirus vaccination: Everything you need to know
People around the world are desperately waiting for the first moment when an approved coronavirus vaccine is available for the masses. They are anxiously putting their faith in a shot that they know nothing about....