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Ben Cohen

Ben Cohen

Ben Cohen is the senior correspondent of the Algemeiner.

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anti-semitism

Back in 2002, the serving president of France, Jacques Chirac, huffily told an interviewer from the New York Times, "To imagine that France, the very first...
Venezuela

Back in 2009, the Venezuelan dissident blogger Daniel Duquenal purchased a bottle of what he described as "semi-cheap" Chilean champagne.  Last night, he finally got...

Doubtless, there will be some soccer fans who, this morning, are grimacing at the news that fourteen top officials of FIFA, the sport's world governing...

Alberto Nisman was a 51-year-old special prosecutor in Argentina who had spent more than a decade investigating the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish center...

Predictably, elements of the left are now waking up to the political implications of the death, on January 18, of Alberto Nisman, the Argentine Special...

While the rest of the world is coming to terms, in differing ways, with the Obama administration's commitment to a weaker, humbler United States taking...

If you want evidence that the Cuban regime is the real master of Venezuela's murky and corrupt politics, look no further than the statement issued...

The good news is that Turkey didn't manage to get itself elected to the UN Security Council. The bad news is that Venezuela did, as...