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Former Polish foreign minister, an Auschwitz survivor, masterminded Poland’s relations with Germany and the Jews
U.N. Secretary-General gets lunch in NYC at Israeli food truck
Arthur Schneier will enter Order of St. Sylvester, the fifth-highest papal order
Tablet traveled to the Polish capital in 2013 for that year’s commemorations
Even after their deaths, two Holocaust survivors of Bergen-Belsen continue to shape the life of their granddaughter
Novelist who reckoned with country’s post-war legacy leaves complex legacy
No injuries in Monday attack; security heightened at Jewish institutions
Exhibit at Warsaw Zoo details Jan and Antonina Zabinski’s wartime acts
A scene from Maxime Giroux’s Felix and Meira, out this month in the U.S.
Voices from Europe: Talking to young Israelis living in the German capital
Company pulls 30,000 cases in U.S. after possibly harmful contamination
B&H Dairy, opened in 1942, has been closed since deadly March 26 explosion
Union negotiator helped save the city from bankruptcy in the 1970s
Company plans to relocate operations to Israel proper by the end of 2015
Seventh annual seder featured matzo-ball soup, Sephardic charoset balls
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