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    Europe fights Jewish migration call
    Feb16

    Europe fights Jewish migration call

    European leaders rejected calls from the Israeli prime minister for a mass immigration of the continent’s Jews, urging unity instead. ||| Paris – Despite desecrated Jewish graves in France and a deadly attack at a synagogue in Copenhagen, European leaders on Monday rejected calls from the Israeli prime minister for a mass immigration...

    EU resumes direct aid to Zimbabwe
    Feb16

    EU resumes direct aid to Zimbabwe

    The European Union has given Zimbabwe financial aid for the first time since imposing sanctions in 2002. ||| Harare – The European Union has given Zimbabwe 234 million euros, it said on Monday, the first time the bloc has given financial aid to the southern African nation’s government since imposing sanctions in 2002. The 28-nation EU...

    Jews urged to leave Europe after attack
    Feb16

    Jews urged to leave Europe after attack

    Benjamin Netanyahu has called for European Jews to come to Israel, “the only place where Jews can truly feel safe”. ||| Jerusalem – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on Sunday for the “massive immigration” of European Jews to Israel following a deadly shooting near Copenhagen’s main synagogue, renewing a blunt...

    Jews urged to leave Denmark after attack
    Feb16

    Jews urged to leave Denmark after attack

    PM Benjamin Netanyahu said that at a time of rising anti-Semitism in Europe, Israel is the only place where Jews can truly feel safe. ||| Jerusalem – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on Sunday for the “massive immigration” of European Jews to Israel following a deadly shooting near Copenhagen’s main synagogue, renewing a blunt...

    Ukraine rebels disavow ceasefire
    Feb16

    Ukraine rebels disavow ceasefire

    Ukraine’s rebels said that the new truce did not apply to the town where most fighting has taken place in recent weeks. ||| Donetsk/Artemivsk, Ukraine – Ukraine’s rebels disavowed a new truce on Sunday hours after it took effect, saying it did not apply to the town where most fighting has taken place in recent weeks. Guns fell...

    Call for mass Jewish immigration
    Feb15

    Call for mass Jewish immigration

    After deadly shooting at Danish synagogue, Israeli PM says more attacks likely and Israel will welcome European Jews ||| Jerusalem – After a deadly shooting at a Denmark synagogue, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday such attacks will likely continue and Israel would welcome European Jews who choose to move to the Holy...

    Ukraine fighting persists
    Feb14

    Ukraine fighting persists

    Officials in Mariupol say an array of artillery attacks hit areas near the city, as the deadline for a ceasefire creeps closer. ||| Kiev, Ukraine – Officials in the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol say an array of artillery attacks hit areas near the city during the morning, as the deadline for a ceasefire creeps closer.The city’s...

    Shelling in Ukraine despite truce
    Feb13

    Shelling in Ukraine despite truce

    At least 15 people have been killed in east Ukraine in new shelling despite the signing of a peace deal to end the 10-month conflict. ||| Kiev/ Donetsk – At least 15 people have been killed in east Ukraine in new shelling despite the signing of a peace deal to end the 10-month conflict.Pro-Moscow rebels and government officials said on...

    HK shares follow global markets higher
    Feb13

    HK shares follow global markets higher

    Hong Kong shares on Friday took a cue from buoyant global markets in the wake of a ceasefire accord in Ukraine. ||| Hong Kong – Hong Kong shares rose on Friday, taking a cue from buoyant global markets in the wake of a ceasefire accord in Ukraine and Sweden’s surprise move to cut its main rate into negative territory. The rise came...

    Asian shares jump on Ukraine news
    Feb13

    Asian shares jump on Ukraine news

    Asian shares gained on Friday after the news of a Ukraine pact and a rally in Europe. ||| Tokyo – Asian shares gained on Friday on news of a ceasefire accord in Ukraine, while Sweden’s surprise move to cut its main rate into negative territory and hopes of a resolution between debt-strapped Greece and its creditors burnished risk...

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