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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

International

Remains of the Great Synagogue of Vilna were recently exposed, 70 years after it was destroyed by the Nazis during the Holocaust.

Over seven decades after being destroyed during the Holocaust, two Jewish ritual baths (Mikvas), which were connected to the Great Synagogue of Vilna, were exposed by archeologists.

In July, a team of Israeli, Lithuanian and American archaeologists unearthed the remains of the two ritual baths that were used by congregants at the Great Synagogue of Vilna.

The synagogue, which was the heart of Vilna’s large Jewish community for hundreds of years, was completely destroyed in the Holocaust, but evidence of underground spaces discovered in a study carried out last year led to the excavation of the site and the

“This form of hatred on the doorsteps of our schools is terrifying,” said an Australian Jewish community representative. 

The Antipodean Resistance Group, a small Neo-Nazi group that calls itself “the Hitlers you’ve been waiting for,” secretly put up anti-Semitic posters at three Melbourne schools, including one showing a foot with a swastika crushing an insect with a Jewish star on it, and another featuring a hook-nosed Jewish caricature alongside the words “Multiculturalism,” “Degeneracy”

A haredi family from Israel received a shock when they found an anti-Semitic sign at the Swiss hotel at which they were vacationing.

The family had found the Aparthaus Paradies Hotel in the town of Arosa, Switzerland online. Previous guests had given the hotel positive ratings.

However, when the family arrived at the hotel, they were greeted by a sign instructing all Jewish guests to shower before and after using the swimming pool.

The sign read in broken English: "To our Jewish guests, men

POTUS Blames “Both Sides” for Violence – Praises “Fine People on Both Sides”

President Trump on Tuesday defended his reaction to White supremacist protestors and counter protestors at the Charlottesville demonstration by saying, "I think there's blame on both sides" and there were "very fine people on both sides".

"What about the alt-left that came charging at, as you say, the alt-right, do they have any semblance of guilt?" Trump asked journalists at Trump Tower in New York City.

China announced Monday it will cut off imports of North Korean coal, iron ore and other goods in three weeks under U.N. sanctions imposed over the North's nuclear and missile programs.

China, the isolated North's main trading partner, has been reluctant to push leader Kim Jong Un's regime too hard for fear it might collapse. But Beijing is increasingly frustrated with Pyongyang and supported a U.N. Security Council ban on Aug. 5 on coal and other key goods.

The Chinese customs agency said it