News Editor, Israel and the Palestinian Territories, Associated Press
I am the news editor in the AP's Jerusalem bureau, coordinating coverage of Israel and the Palestinian territories for the world's largest news agency.
m.apnews.com — FILE - In this Monday, April 8, 2013 file photo, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, right, speaks with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry during the annual ceremony marking Holocaust Remembrance Day at the Yad Vashem memorial in Jerusalem.
m.apnews.com — AMSTERDAM (AP) - The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court - the permanent war crimes court in The Hague, Netherlands - says she has received a complaint about Israel's 2010 raid on a humanitarian aid flotilla bound for Gaza strip, and she will open a preliminary investigation.
m.apnews.com — The art form was passed on from father to son and countless pilgrims have returned home over the centuries with the markings. Razzouk said his father, Jacob, tattooed Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie during a pilgrimage to Jerusalem, as well as hundreds of allied troops stationed in the region during World War II.
yakimaherald.com — REHOVOT, Israel - With a hand on her chest, 82-year-old Rivka Fringeru battled back tears as she reeled off a list of names she has rarely voiced in the past 70 years: her father, Moshe, then her mother, Hava, and finally her two older brothers, Michael and Yisrael.
newsday.com — JERUSALEM - (AP) -- Two prominent Israeli groups say Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has stopped approving new construction in West Bank settlements in what could be an attempt to restart peace talks with the Palestinians. Anti-settlement group Peace Now, which monitors new construction, says Netanyahu has not approved new building tenders in the settlements since winning a new term in January elections.
photoblog.nbcnews.com — By Daniel Estrin, The Associated Press JERUSALEM -- Once a year, Israel's Jewish war veterans don suit jackets and uniforms dripping in Red Army medals, the shiny bronzes and silvers pinned to their chests in tight rows like armor. About 500,000 Jews served in the Soviet Red Arm ...
Share This Profile