Mideast Report

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A prominent Jerusalem cafe reopened, three months after it was destroyed in a suicide bombing.

Eleven people were killed and more than 50 others injured in the March attack at Cafe Moment, located just 200 yards from the prime minister's official residence.

Tuesday night's reopening took place as a suicide bomber struck at a falafel stand in the Israeli coastal city of Herzliya, killing a 15-year-old girl and wounding more than 10 others.