Sandra Ifraimova

News Producer - TIME Magazine

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The Forward
09/01/2016
EXCLUSIVE: French 'Anti-Burkini Rabbi' Dials Back Support for Ban

Rabbi Moshe Sebbag is no stranger to the world of politics. As chief rabbi of France's historic and prestigious Grande Synagogue de Paris, the Israeli-born cleric is invited regularly to political functions, including events with senior ministers. But for all this, Sebbag appeared shaken at the furor that followed his embrace of the bans on burkinis by 15 French municipalities.

NY Daily News
Accused spy Anna Chapman was dating divorced dad: friends

The flame-haired beauty accused of being a Russian spy likes her men as old-school as her politics. Anna Chapman - a 28-year-old Stalingrad stunner busted this week - was dating a 60-year-old divorced dad who shared her taste for the high life, friends said.

Columbia
Tourism Growth in Harlem Comes With Pluses And Minuses | The Uptowner

On the weekends, double-decker buses have become a common sight in Harlem - tourists who choose to hop on and off at the neighborhood's historic landmarks look down at the long lines of people waiting outside the Apollo Theater on 125 th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and Frederick Douglass Boulevards.

NY Daily News
Fans show support for Russian spy babe

Stalingrad stunner Anna Chapman may be an accused spy here in America, but back home she is a star, according to fans on her social Web sites. - "Amerikosi [derogatory term for Americans] orchestrated the scandal with Anna to distract their fatties' attention from the Gulf," an anonymous fan posted on Chapman's Russian version of Facebook.

NY Daily News
We are not criminals, homeless New Yorkers tell NYPD

Homeless New Yorkers have a message for the NYPD: homelessness is not a crime. A dozen protesters gathered in front of the NYPD headquarters on Tuesday to speak out against what they called misuse of disorderly conduct charges against the homeless.

NY Daily News
What's Algeria? Just fodder for U.S. on pitch

This morning's soccer showdown is for more than just bragging rights - it's a chance for the U.S. to move into the second round of the World Cup. Standing in the Americans' way is Algeria - an African country few New Yorkers could put on a map. "Algeria?

NY Daily News
Sorbet this! Just gimme some ice cream

Even on a 103-degree day, they couldn't give the pomegranate sorbet away. Blasted by record heat, New Yorkers chose instead timeless American ice cream classics like vanilla and chocolate and old faves like Oreo in a quickie survey of ice cream stands around Manhattan.

NY Daily News
iPhone 4 on sale today: Apple fans line up

Thousands of tech junkies braved the blistering heat and brutally long lines Thursday to be the first to get their hands on Apple's newest iPhone. By 10 a.m., the throng of people waiting outside the 14th St. Apple Store at W, 14th St. and Ninth Ave. stretched all the way to 10th Ave.

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