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Daily Archives: April 14, 2021

An F-35A Lightning II aircraft from Hill Air Force Base, Utah, fires an AIM 120 missile at the Utah Test and Training Range on Aug. 17, 2017. Credit: U.S. Department of Defense/Scott Wolff.

Biden administration to proceed with $23 billion arms sale to UAE

The Biden administration has announced its intention to Congress to move ahead with weapons sales to the United Arab Emirates, following a review of the deal struck by the Trump administration, Reuters reported on...
A meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency Board of Governors (IAEA). Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

Iran notifies IAEA of its intent to enrich uranium to 60 percent level

Iran announced on Tuesday that it will begin enriching uranium to the 60 percent purity level—its highest level yet—two days after it accused Israel of being behind a blast at a key nuclear site...
San Francisco City Hall illuminated in blue and white for Yom Ha'atzmaut in 2020. Credit: Israeli-American Council.

Landmarks across America to light up blue and white for Israeli Independence Day

Buildings across America will light up in the blue-and-white colors of the Israeli national flag to honor Yom Ha’aztmaut, Israel’s 73rd Independence Day, which starts on Wednesday evening and lasts through Thursday. The buildings will...
Sarah Halimi, z"l

Wiesenthal Centre Shocked at Justice Denied in the Sarah Halimi Murder Case: “A Devastating...

The Simon Wiesenthal Centre is profoundly distressed by France’s Supreme Court final say, concerning the legality of the Paris Appeals Court decision, denying the criminal responsibility of the murderer of Sarah Halimi (a.k.a. Lucie...

April 14, 1912: David Sarnoff and the Titanic

After the Titanic crashed into an iceberg and rapidly began to take on water in the final minutes of this date in 1912, David Sarnoff, a telegrapher at the Marconi Wireless station atop the...