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Chag Sameach from Arutz Sheva
Arutz Sheva will be offline from Thursday evening in honor of the last day of Passover and Shabbat. We'll be back on Saturday evening.



Pleasant weather expected for last day of Passover
After heat wave, weather cools down for holiday weekend.



Sides swap character attacks in trial over Koret Foundation
Civil trial on control of foundation meant to help poor Jewish communities in California's Bay Area and Israel turns ugly.



Amid 'exodus' from Brussels, my family sings a sad 'ma nishtana'
First person: Passover seder for Belgian Jews reveals the mass exodus Islamist terror is causing 'my last seder as a European.'



Fugitive rabbi to remain in South African jail
Johannesburg court rules Rabbi Berland will stay in prison until decision is made regarding his extradition to Israel.



North Korea fails second major missile test in 2 weeks
Exactly 2 weeks after flubbing test on founder's birthday, North Korea again has missile able to threaten US bases explode on launch.



Doctors Without Borders slams 'outrageous' hospital air strike
Global organization condemns regime strike on Aleppo hospital, which killed the only pediatrician in the region 'where is the outrage?'



Labour head's charity funds Palestinian terror incitement
Interpal - outlawed group heavily backed by Jeremy Corbyn - exposed funding Gaza festival in which 7-year-old girl 'stabs Jews.'



300 tons of trash in Kinneret during Passover
Half a million tourists visit Kinneret beaches, authorities prepare large-scale cleaning operations ahead of holiday weekend.



Israel rejects French peace initiative
Jerusalem warns international summit will 'distance PA from direct talks,' as France remains vague on 'Palestine' recognition threats.

Current World Events - BBC News

BBC World News

BBC World News

Search for Nairobi collapse survivors
Rescuers in the Kenyan capital Nairobi are searching for people feared trapped after the collapse of a residential building in heavy rain.

Labour to launch anti-Semitism inquiry
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is to hold an independent inquiry into anti-Semitism, in the wake of the row that has seen a Labour MP and Ken Livingstone suspended.

VIDEO: BBC on rare visit to North Korea
The BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes begins a week in North Korea with three Nobel laureates and a European prince.

Kenya to burn huge ivory stockpile
Kenya will set fire to more than 100 tonnes of ivory later to show its commitment to saving Africa's population of elephants, but the move has its critics.

Anti-Semitism row 'nightmare' for Labour
The potential damage to Labour from the anti-Semitism row engulfing the party is explored on some front pages, as the benefits of chocolate and controversial school tests are the focus elsewhere.

Syria partial truce comes into effect
A partial truce known as a "regime of calm" comes into effect in most parts of Syria apart from in the divided second city of Aleppo.

VIDEO: Six-storey building collapses in Kenya
A six-storey building collapses in Nairobi in Kenya, after heavy rains and flooding across the country.

VIDEO: Lions airlifted to South Africa
Dozens of lions, rescued from circuses, are being airlifted from Colombia and Peru to South Africa.

Week in pictures
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.

Protesters delay Trump speech
Hundreds of protesters broke through barricades and threw eggs at police outside a California hotel, delaying a speech by Republican Party front-runner Donald Trump.

The lake that people used to flock to
The lake that people used to flock to

Worsening depression 'link to dementia'
Increasing symptoms of depression in older age could indicate early signs of dementia, say scientists.

Nail-biting start for Russia's new Vostochny space centre
The BBC's Pavel Aksenov witnesses the first rocket launch from Russia's new cosmodrome in the Far East, but the event is nerve-racking for all involved.

North Korea's rare congress - what is it for?
It's happening after almost 40 years. But North Korea leadership expert Michael Madden looks at what such a rare gathering will actually achieve after so long.

Obama: Eight years, eight jokes (almost)
Highlights from the previous seven White House Correspondents' Dinners

A city gripped by football fever
How Leicester City convinced the doubters in their midst

Why this Indian woman is using 'blackface' as solidarity
Why is this Indian woman painting her face black?

Why the country most poisoned by Chernobyl is going nuclear
The country worst hit by Chernobyl gets its own reactor

What's it like to date someone who's asexual?
What's it like to date someone who's asexual?

Doubts by heads over mass academisation
A head teachers' leader expresses doubts about government plans to force all schools in England to become academies.

The prank call crimewave
The online community who live stream their illegal calls

Mobile roaming charges cut within EU
UK consumers using their mobile phones in Europe will see cheaper bills from Saturday, as a further cap on roaming charges takes effect.

VIDEO: How do you become '#Instafamous'?
Jayde Pierce has almost half a million followers on Instagram, the photo-sharing social media network.

Irish parties reach deal on government
The two largest parties in the Republic of Ireland reach agreement on the shape of a future government.

US accuses Russia over jet manoeuvre
A Russian jet fighter intercepted a US Air Force plane in an "unsafe and unprofessional manner" over the Baltic Sea, the Pentagon says.

Over-age Canadian basketball player held
A South Sudanese immigrant and prominent high school basketball player in Canada has been arrested after the revelation that his age may be closer to 29 and not 17, officials say.

Ding ties centuries record at Crucible
Ding Junhui equals the record for centuries by one player in a World Championship match en route to a 14-10 lead over Alan McManus in the semis.

VIDEO: Leicester turns 'blue' to support club
More than 100 businesses, schools and organisations, are supporting the "Backing the Blues" campaign.

VIDEO: Trump jumps barrier to avoid protesters
Donald Trump jumped a highway barrier to get to a rally near San Francisco after protesters blocked the entrance.

Gilmour reaches European semi-finals
Scotland's Kirsty Gilmour is guaranteed a medal at the European Championships after reaching the semi-finals.

Thirteen dead in Norway helicopter crash
All 13 people on board a helicopter which crashed near the Norwegian city of Bergen are presumed dead, rescuers say.

Five issues at the heart of the BHS story
The collapse of BHS into administration has led to questions about the way it was managed and whether its demise was inevitable.

Foxes turn Leicester landmarks blue
Landmarks, fans and even sausages are turning blue in Leicester as its football team get closer to winning an unexpected Premier League title.

VIDEO: Tim Peake drives remote Mars rover
UK astronaut Tim Peake has performed a challenging remote control experiment on the International Space Station.

City to 'thrive' after Brexit say bosses
More than 100 business figures throw their weight behind the campaign to leave the EU, arguing the City of London will "thrive and grow" outside the European Union.

Shaky truce as Labour look to polls
Labour is trying to keep a lid on its anti-Semitism row ahead of Thursday's elections - but a confrontation over its future looks inevitable, writes John Pienaar.

Scandal-hit trust probed for breaches
A hospital trust that ran a unit where a man drowned in the bath is to be investigated for safety breaches.

Weasel shuts down Large Hadron Collider
The Large Hadron Collider particle accelerator in Switzerland is offline after suffering a short circuit - caused by a weasel.

Vettel handed five-place grid penalty
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel is handed a five-place grid penalty for Sunday's Russian Grand Prix owing to a gearbox change.

10 things we didn't know last week
Prince had a swear jar, plus more news nuggets.

Tim Peake drives remote robot on Earth
UK astronaut Tim Peake controls a robot vehicle on Earth from the space station, simulating how humans could one day remotely command vehicles on other worlds.

T in the Park given green light
T in the Park will go ahead at Strathallan in July after councillors granted the festival a one-year public entertainment licence.

In pictures: Classic cars at Silverstone
James Hunt's son Freddie among those on track

VIDEO: The Queen vs The President: 'Boom'
The Queen and Prince Harry have responded to Barack and Michelle Obama's Invictus Games challenge.

Stars turn out for David Gest's funeral
Friends of David Gest attend his funeral in London, as it is confirmed a tour planned before he died will go ahead.

Primary tests in England 'too hard'
New national tests to be sat by 11-year-olds in England have been made too hard, say head teachers.

Low oil price hits ExxonMobil profits
Oil giant Exxon Mobil reports a 63% slide in first quarter profits following low crude prices, while rival Chevron slumps to a $725m loss.

Q&A: Labour anti-Semitism row
A look at the row engulfing Labour about alleged anti-Semitism within its ranks.

Newborn babies tested for alcohol
Newborn babies are being tested for alcohol after researchers raised concerns about pregnant women drinking regularly.

Major in North Korea Brexit claim
Sir John Major tells Brexiteers to "go to North Korea" if they want "undiluted sovereignty," as Leave campaigners say he is nearly always wrong about the EU.

Microsoft banishes Google from Cortana
Microsoft begins forcing people to use its Bing search engine with the Cortana digital assistant in Windows 10.

Court expands FBI hacking powers
The US Supreme Court approves a rule change that could allow law enforcement to remotely search computers located anywhere in the US, and beyond.

EU referendum issues guide: Explore the arguments
Explore the Leave and Remain arguments in EU referendum

What's the difference between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism?
The UK Labour Party has been at the centre of a row over anti-Semitism. What does the term actually mean?

Lizards share sleep patterns with humans
Scientists say sleep patterns previously thought exclusive to mammals and birds are also found in lizards.

How do people justify earning more than others?
How do you decide if one person deserves to earn more than someone else?

School bans 'abusive' swearing parents
Some parents are banned from entering a Kent school without a pre-booked appointment after staff are verbally abused.

Lawro's predictions v comedian Caton
BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on comedian and Brentford fan Nathan Caton in this week's Premier League predictions.
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