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Lost Children of the Holocaust – Yated.com

| May 7, 2020

The long-awaited opening of the secret Vatican Holocaust archive lasted just a week before the coronavirus pandemic shut it down again.

DM Bennett Green Lights Project to Create Disability Access at Cave of the Patriarchs – The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com

| May 7, 2020

Photo Credit: courtesy, Spokesperson Defense Minister Naftali Bennett has authorized a project to create a disability-access entrance to the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron, saying its a project that is long overdue. The time has come to move forward

After prolonged battle, Israel approves work to make Cave of the Patriarchs accessible to disabled – J-Wire Jewish Australian News Service

| May 5, 2020

Browse > Home / News / After prolonged battle, Israel approves work to make Cave of the Patriarchs accessible to disabled May 4, 2020 by Aryeh Savir - TPS Read on for article After months of battling, Defence Minister Naphtali Bennett has approved construction work on the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron which will make it accessible to people with disabilities.

Israeli startup can predict the spread of Covid-19 – Heritage Florida Jewish News

| May 2, 2020

(ISRAEL21c)-Israelis receiving daily coronavirus check-ins via text message can thank local startupDiagnostic Roboticsfor developing the cutting-edge questionnaire that is tracking the spread of the virus with uncanny precision and generating actionable recommendations. "Last Saturday night, we saw worrying data coming from Migdal HaEmek, Tiberias and Ashkelon," Kira Radinsky, the company's cofounder and chief technology officer, told ISRAEL21c

Let us remember what the survivors are unable to forget – Heritage Florida Jewish News

| May 2, 2020

(JNS)Holocaust survivors do not need annual ceremonies to remind them of the Nazi atrocities that they endured or of the family members that Adolf Hitlers henchmen slaughtered during World War II. No, those memories are just as inked in their hearts and minds as the numbers tattooed on their forearms

Museum of Jewish Heritage: New Virtual Programs and Events – The Jewish Voice

| April 30, 2020

Edited by: JV Staff The Museum of Jewish Heritage A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, continues to launch new, virtual programs and to provide an online curriculum for its audiences throughout April and into May.

University of Louisville on the front lines of battling COVID-19 – WLKY Louisville

| April 30, 2020

Before there was a lockdown, before the first cases of COVID-19 began appearing in Kentucky, the University of Louisville acted."Before any of us knew there was a pandemic coming, our infectious disease experts knew it was. They had ordered the coronavirus and had it already shipped into the regional biocontainment laboratory the university owns and began growing it up, so they could begin testing. And that is work that's still going on," Kevin Gardner, the executive vice president for the university's research and innovation, told WLKY.In fact, the University operates one of just twelve regional biocontainment laboratories in the entire nation, allowing the University of Louisville to play a crucial role in the fight against Covid19

Israel and Trump’s war on the coronavirus – Heritage Florida Jewish News

| April 26, 2020

(JNS)The presidency of Donald Trump has shaped coalition talks between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Blue and White Party chairman Benny Gantz. For weeks, the chief stumbling block holding up a unity government deal was Gantzs attempt to delay or block Israeli implementation of Trumps peace plan, which green lights the implementation of Israeli law over parts of Judea and Samaria

TODD HALE: Where have all the square dancers gone? More on the Alexander Apartments – Southernminn.com

| April 26, 2020

Time was when square dancing was a popular pastime for many folks in Owatonna. I even produced a radio show on KRFO with square dance music and news of square dances from an Owatonna square dance club member

What Will This Summer Look Like in New York City? – AFAR Media

| April 26, 2020

With events and parades officially canceled through June 2020, New York will experience a summer unlike any other in order to control the coronavirus outbreak. This is a developing story.


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