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Ben Cohen

Ben Cohen

Ben Cohen is the senior correspondent of the Algemeiner.

Confirmation that Hugo Chavez's allies knew all along that the late Venezuelan president was suffering from terminal cancer, despite their protestations to the contrary, has...

With the election of Hassan Rouhani as Iran's new president, the international debate about reaching out to the "moderates" inside the Iranian regime has been...

Back in April, when the imposing Museum of the History of the Polish Jews opened its doors in Warsaw, there was much talk of how...

Sometimes it helps to restate the obvious. So when Jack Straw, who served as a minister for both domestic and foreign affairs in Tony Blair's...

When the Venezuelan tyrant Hugo Chavez passed away back in March, one notably unctuous commemorative tribute came from former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. "Although we...

Spare a thought for Julian Assange. Having been holed up inside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London for nearly a year, the lonely WikiLeaks founder appears...

Reading the remarks of Ira Forman, the State Department's newly-appointed special envoy to monitor and combat anti-Semitism, to a Washington D.C. gathering of the American...

Details are still emerging about the life and habits of Michael Adebolajo, the Islamist butcher who displayed the blood-drenched palms of his hands to a...

Ever since the death of former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez back in March, his successors have been flinging insult after insult at the United States....

There was much relief when, earlier today, a spokesman for Cambridge University in England released a statement denying that Stephen Hawking, the renowned British physicist,...

As I read Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's speech to the delegates of the World Jewish Congress, who assembled in Budapest this past weekend, I...

One of the Hugo Chavez-era ministers retained in the new cabinet of Nicolas Maduro is Iris Varela, who holds the portfolio for Venezuela's rotting prison...