Turkey Recalls Brazil Ambassador Over Armenian GenocideTurkish Foreign Ministry recalls its ambassador to Brazil after the Brazilian Senate passes legislation recognizing the Armenian genocide.
Brazil University Under Fire for Calling for List of IsraelisStaff at the Federal University of Santa Maria released a letter asking for a list of Israeli students, lecturers; MFA to take action.
Israeli Killed Resisting Robbery in BrazilIsraeli businessman was shot in the head last week in Belem; 'We've reached a point where you don't know if you're coming home.'
From Zion will Come Forth Water Know-howDelegation of Israeli water companies visit Brazil to help the country overcome its 'water challenge.'
Syrians Find Refuge in BrazilBrazil providing asylum status to fleeing Syrians, who are intent on rebuilding their lives despite cultural, language barriers.
Anti-Jewish Attacks Span Europe, ArgentinaAt least three anti-Semitic incidents were reported in recent days – with incidents recorded in Europe and South America.
Rivlin Apologizes to Brazil Over 'Diplomatic Dwarf' CommentPresident Rivlin apologizes to Brazilian counterpart for a remark by a foreign ministry spokesman calling Brazil a "diplomatic dwarf".
Brazilian Woman Discovers Her Husband is Her BrotherA Brazilian woman who tried to find her long-lost birth mother discovered that her husband is actually the brother she never knew she had.
Israel: Latin American Envoy Recalls 'Encouraging Hamas'Five separate Latin American countries recall ambassadors to Israel over war in Gaza; Israel 'deeply disappointed' over move.
Israeli Drone Helps Nab Brazilian Drug KingpinIsrael's booming defense sales to Brazil helping the country crack down on violent crime in the run-up to World Cup.
Jerusalem Studio Video Explains World Cup FeverThe World Cup is upon us, starting Thursday. Rogatka's short animated video explains all you need to know.
The Jewish Connection to the World CupA Jewish couple will connect Jews to Jewish culture at 2014 World Cup in Brazil; Israeli security company will guard it.
Watch: Brazilian Homes 'Swallowed' as Earth Opens Beneath ThemMother hurls child from second-story window moments before house collapses.
Jewish Center in Brazil Caters to Community PoorChabad opens new center for Ten Yad social services program, to serve over 8,000 poor in one of Brazil's largest cities.
One Jew in a MillionBrazilian convert describes his journey to Judaism, his friends’ reactions, and his experience as the only Jew in a city of one million.
Drowning Brazilian Teen Dies after Being Attacked by a SharkA drowning Brazilian teenager was attacked by a shark as lifeguards approached to pull her out of the water. She died later.
One Million March in Mass Protest in BrazilOne million march in Brazil’s biggest rally yet as protests swell despite government concessions.
IAI Wins $300 Million Brazilian ContractIsrael Aircraft Industries has won a contract worth $300 million to build airborne refueling system for the Brazilian Air Force.
Rio's Jews 'Fleeing Carnival'Many Jewish families find the carnival's immodesty problematic and prefer to stay away for the duration.
Brazil 'Concerned' Over Israel's Threats on IranBrazil's Foreign Minister meets President Peres, says his country is concerned over Israel’s threats to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities.
Latin America Gratified By Chinese Attention Balks At Free TradeWen Jiabao hopes to improve China's trade with Latin America but his hosts are leery of opening their domestic market to Chinese competition
Brazilian Jewish Leaders Protest Ahmadinejad's Upcoming VisitBrazil’s Jewish communities are voicing opposition to the upcoming visit of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
New Siddur a 'Ner Tamid' for Brazil's JewsA new daily siddur (prayer book) has just been published for Brazil's Jews by the Shavei Israel organization.
Argentine President Faces Surgery for Thyroid CancerArgentine President Cristina Fernandez, 58, has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer. She will undergo surgery January 4 to remove the tumor.
Rousseff Continues Iran TrystBrazilian president Dilma Rousseff has bucked international opinion to continue her nation's lucrative trade relationship with Iran.
El Al: Alliance 'Cartels' May Drive Us Out of BusinessIn light of its canceling a direct route from Tel Aviv to Sao Paolo, Brazil, El Al has complained of price-fixing on the part of foreign car
Franco-Brazilian Arms Deal Reflects Brazilian AspirationsA first class economic power should treat itself to first class military capabilities. So goes the thinking in Brazil.
Brazil A Resort For Terror Movers and ShakersAt least 20 terrorists affiliated with Al Qaeda, Hizbullah, and Hamas have been raising funds, recruiting and planning attacks from Brazil.
Obama Admits the New Reality of US Relations with Latin AmericaBarack Obama's attempt to push American military hardware in Brazil demonstrate the changed power equation
Abbas to Lay Cornerstone for Palestinian Embassy in BrazilThe next step in Brazil’s recognition of a Palestinian state will come this Friday as PA President Abbas lays cornerstone for embassy in Brazil.
Brazil Scales Back Cooperation With Iran on Nuclear ProgramAfter another round of UN sanctions on Tehran, Brazil has decided to tone down its cooperation with Iran on its nuclear program
Brazilian President in Israel, Stirs ControversyBrazil's President Lula makes a historic trip to Israel. Controversy ensues as Lula opposes Iran sanctions, refuses to honor Herzl.