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Gabriele Levy: The Roman Hebrew Letters Artist

In the former Jewish Ghetto of Rome, countless kosher “milky” and “meaty” restaurants attract customers. Less than half of them are Jewish, the bigger half is made up of mostly foreign tourists. One of the tiny shops in the Ghetto, located around the impressive synagogue, close to the bank of the Tiber, is the oldest Jewish bakery in town. For

Victor Baruch: The Man who Covered the Eichmann Trial

When your birth year is 1921, some people might have issues believing it. Victor Baruch, a 97-year-old author from Sofia, seems more like 67. He says he had recently signed some document at the German Embassy, located just a few blocks away from his apartment block. “The lady there said: ‘I saw your birth date. How do you do it?’ I just said it