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Keep up to date as the decades-old conflict continues to unfold in the Middle East.
Israel's prime minister says thousands of Africans who have infiltrated into Israel will be sent back home.
A cousin of First Lady Michelle Obama, Rabbi Capers Funnye, of Chicago, was nominated to serve as the first Black chief rabbi, leading a community of Black Jews worldwide.
Obama met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Monday in an effort to ease tensions between Israel and Iran. BET.com explains the issues and what is at stake if Israel and Iran can’t come to an agreement.
This marks the fulfillment of one of POTUS's top foreign policy goals.
Israel's ceremonial president said Monday that an outbreak of violent protests by Ethiopian Jews has "exposed an open, bleeding wound in the heart of Israeli society" and that the country must respond to their grievances.
Arsonists attacked a house where 10 Eritreans lived, leaving four injured, and President Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the deportation of 25,000 migrants, many of whom fled their home countries fearing persecution.
In this week's global events, Somali terrorists threaten Kenya in wake of mall attack; Black German woman discovers her Nazi roots; Gambia leaves the British Commonwealth; plus, more.
More than 40 world leaders participated in the anti-terror march.
Israel has agreed to launch an investigation into why the government administered contraceptive injections to large numbers of Ethiopian immigrant women, often against their will.