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Yad Vashem says Volodymyr Zelensky’s gesture is ‘puzzling,’ since museum has made efforts to enable those who lived through Nazi genocide to attend international ceremony.
Morawiecki says Red Army failed to take opportunity to liberate Auschwitz in 1944; Polish president says won’t meet Katz until he apologizes for ‘suckling anti-Semitism’ comments.
Naama Issachar, 26, was sentenced last year 7.5 years in prison in Russia for allegedly possessing 9.5 grams of cannabis in her luggage, while on a stopover in Moscow on her way from India to Israel.
'Maariv' obtains document confirming that Israel had responded to Russia about this request around three weeks ago.
Spokesperson for Russian president says clemency for Naama Issachar, currently serving 7.5-year sentence for cannabis possession at Moscow airport, is unlikely to be announced before Putin arrives in Jerusalem on Thursday.
Moscow said to be irritated over Israeli extradition of suspected Russian hacker to US.
Poland passed a controversial Holocaust law last year that drew sharp international criticism and damaged its relations with Israel, United States and Jewish groups around the world.
Artur Hofman, chairman of the Social and Cultural Association of Jews in Poland, defended the decision of President Andrzej Duda to skip a major Holocaust memorial event in Jerusalem.
Netanyahu assures Naama Issachar, who is being held by Moscow on drug charges, that Israel ‘does not leave anyone behind’ and says that entire country keeps her in its thoughts.
Israeli Prison Service confirms Sidqi al-Maqt and Amal Abu Salah are to be freed on Thursday and Friday
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