Tuesday, May 27, 2014


Egyptians line up to vote for new president Egyptians lined up to vote on Tuesday, the second and final day of the presidential election.

Greece's neo-Nazis come into their own in EU vote Almost 13 percent of Greeks voted for anti-Semitic, extreme-right parties in Sunday's European Parliament elections.

Hamas and Fatah agree on make-up of unity government, name ministers Rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas agreed on the make-up of a national unity government.

Israeli Security Officials Warn Against Over-Investment by China As China significantly steps up its investments in Israel and in joint research programs, some prominent Israelis are warning against too close an embrace.

Ukraine unrest: Dozens die as Donetsk airport retaken Ukraine's interior ministry says the military is now in full control of the airport.

Pope's Visit to Israel A Victory for Islamic Terrorism If anyone was infallible during the Pope's visit to Israel, it was terrorist president Mahmoud Abbas.

Jerusalem troubled by rise of far right in European election Jerusalem is worried about the results of this week's European Parliament election.

Rabbis: Europe must take tougher stance against anti-Semitism The chief rabbi of Brussels, Albert Gigi, says local police estimates that Saturday's attack at the Belgian capital's Jewish museum could have been criminally motivated.

Israelis Look to Place Torah Scroll on the Moon An Israeli organization called "Torah on the Moon" is looking to do just what its name implies.

EU leaders digest anti-establishment vote EU leaders meeting in Brussels on Tuesday (27 May) are still digesting the result of EU elections.

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