Some transportation officials fear that the billboard may have provoked the torching of an RATP bus in the northwestern suburb of Sartrouville on Oct. 31, Le Figaro reported.
A photo of the cartoon which had been hanging on a bulletin board circulated on social media and within a day the teacher was hiding due to what police said were serious threats
A report by the news company claimed three officials were cited as saying he had prepared a resignation letter, but were later rebuffed by another report.
In a book written at Amos Oz’s request, Nurith Gertz interweaves his biography with the story of their friendship, and reveals the feelings of trauma and remorse that plagued him
Twenty-five years after the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, six Israelis who were at the peace rally on November 4, 1995, recall the fateful night and its impact on their lives
Pompeo says Gebran Bassil, lawmaker who leads the largest bloc in parliament and a son-in-law of President Michel Aoun, has aided Hezbollah and contributes to Lebanon's system of corruption
Austria had already admitted fumbling intelligence from Slovakia that the 20-year-old gunman had attempted to buy ammunition there.
President Trump’s selfish assault on integrity of U.S. elections echoes Netanyahu’s destructive attack on the rule of law
The city has not had a formal mosque since 200 years ago.
Maher Akhras will soon be transferred to a West Bank hospital after 103 days of refusing to eat in protest of his detention without charges or trial