Daily Archives: April 8, 2018

Business Briefs – April 8, 2018

Workers Benefit as U.S. Businesses Struggle to Fill Jobs WASHINGTON (AP) – More American employers are struggling to find enough workers to fill jobs, which might have contributed to slower…

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We Have No Words but Must Have a Reaction

Can there be words to describe the sudden and horrific deaths of a chassan and kallah who were, only hours earlier, making plans for their chasunah? Words to describe how…

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Community Mourns Chassan and Kallah Niftar in Crash

Yisroel Levin, z”l, a young chassan from Flatbush who was killed in a horrific car crash during Chol Hamoed Pesach together with his kallah, Elisheva Kaplan, a”h, of Far Rockaway,…

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ICC Chief Castigates Israel and Hamas

In an unprecedented warning on Sunday, International Criminal Court Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda told both the IDF and Hamas that they could potentially be held accountable for war crimes in…

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Hungary’s Viktor Orban Wins Re-election, Gets Super Majority

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban easily won a third consecutive term Sunday and his Fidesz party was poised to regain its super majority in parliament, according to preliminary results from…

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