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Stuxnet Hits Russia, Nazi-Looted Art Online

Plus this year’s Forward 50 announced, and more in the news

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A reproduction of a painting that could be attributed to German Max Liebermann is seen during a press conference in Augsburg, southern Germany, on November 5, 2013, on the discovery of nearly 1,500 paintings including works by Picasso and Matisse looted by the Nazis.(CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP/Getty Images)

• The Stuxnet computer virus has attacked a Russian nuclear plant and the International Space Station, reports say. [Jerusalem Post]

• Iran has reportedly agreed to allow IAEA, the U.N. nuclear watchdog group, to inspect two Iranian sites of interest, the Arak heavy water plant and the Gachin mine. [Jerusalem Post]

• The website featuring images of 25 0f the the 1,400 recently-discovered Nazi-looted works of art has been overwhelmed with pageviews. [JTA] (Update: The site is currently offline)

• The Forward’s annual Forward 50 list is out, honoring Mandy Patinkin, Sheryl Sandberg, and Edith Windsor, among others. [Forward]

• There’s a Princess Bride theater adaptation in the works, which will hopefully star Mandy Patinkin in every single role. [Jewcy]

• Tablet contributor Chavie Lieber talks to Dr. Ruth about the new one-woman show based on her life. [Times of Israel]

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Stuxnet Hits Russia, Nazi-Looted Art Online

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