Heiko Maas calls for changing the 'culture of remembrance' ■ Polish embassy in Germany says Berlin discussion of WWII too narrow, Polish victims 'completely forgotten'
Bannon said next year’s elections would bring a clash between forces led by core EU members, who want more integration and euroskeptic nations like Hungary, which seek an alliance of strong member states
Police say they discovered evidence of travel abroad 'along with credentials in Arabic and an image of the Hezbollah flag,' as well as a small arsenal, among other weapons
Army chief presented cabinet with grim scenarios: A war in which Israel conquers the Strip, or weeks of violence after which the sides are back where they started
Parents and the NGO employed by the government disagree over why kids with autism and other problems aren’t getting the help at home they need
Yahya Sinwar displays gun he claims was taken from Israeli force whose commander was killed during operation, vows that another incident would lead to Israeli captives
The picture of Ahmed Abu al-Rub helping the soldiers was leaked online and sparked outrage in the PA and renewed criticism against security coordination with Israel
Beatings, poor food and being called ‘whore’ are just part of the problem, according to a ministry report
Expert: heavy missile fired by Gazan terror group likely struck building • one killed, two seriously injured.
The protests come as Iran’s economy has been hard-hit by U.S. sanctions, which were reimposed November 5 after the United States withdrew from the 2016 Iran nuclear deal in May.
The CIA had briefed other parts of the US government, including Congress, on its assessment, which contradicts Saudi government assertions that Prince Mohammed was not involved.
Erdogan also tells Trump Turkey expects U.S. to end support for Syrian Kurdish YPG militia, says presidency
Demonstrators accuse gov’t of disregarding their security needs, with some demanding resignation of Prime Minister Netanyahu
The sanctions will reportedly be implemented under the Global Magnitsky Act, which imposes sanctions over human rights abuses
New AP count gives a glimpse, even if incomplete, into how often civilians are mistakenly hit by drone strikes, at a time when the Trump administration has dramatically ramped up the use of armed drones
The decision comes as key Western allies called for a ceasefire ahead of renewed UN-led peace efforts to end more than three years of war that have pushed Yemen to the brink of famine
The person who had ordered the killing of prominent journalist Jamal Khashoggi was the head of the negotiating team sent to repatriate him, says Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor
These lawmakers present themselves on social media as a collective and policy on Israel is one of many issues that unite them.
A look at the Jewish heroes of 'the war to end all wars'
Many U.S. Jews were shocked by Netanyahu’s ludicrously sycophantic praise for Trump the racist inciter after Pittsburgh. Their shock was misplaced. Israel will always choose national interests over Jewish solidarity
"These individuals who targeted and brutally killed a journalist who resided and worked in the United States must face consequences for their actions," Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said.
Trump the ‘White Power Crusader’ feeds global conspiracy theories of a Jewish-Muslim plot against Christianity
The Pittsburgh shooter bought into white supremacist claims of a 'Semitic plot against America,' reviving a medieval blood libel of Christ-killers, cannibals and invaders. This is how the Trump administration fuels that dangerous fantasy
Simone O'Broin hurled insults and racist slurs at Air India staff who denied her more alcohol.
'We don't want to repeat mistakes that prior administrations have made where promises are made, sanctions are lifted... and then promises are broken,' U.S. vice president says of ongoing negotiations with Pyongyang
Turkish officials have accused Prince Mohammed of ordering the murder while President Erdogan said the killing was ordered at the "highest levels" of the Saudi government.
"Above all, I cannot reconcile the terms of the proposed deal with the promises we made to the country in our manifesto at the last election," Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab said.
To compensate for falling enrollment rates in universities, the Council for Higher Education has drafted a plan to draw in foreign students, particularly from Asia
The company, the biggest cannabis firm on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, has said it is setting up a medical marijuana farm there, but Ugandan officials say that’s illegal
Reports attribute the decline to a smaller amount of college-aged non-ultra-Orthodox Jews
If the deal goes through, this will be one of the biggest and most important in the field of start-ups over the past decade
Besides its advanced technological platform and pioneering business model, the company saw the employment of new immigrants as a key reason for its success.
"I am certain that cooperation between Israel and Russia can advance this field."
Keshet is constructing an entire town for its upcoming The Truman Show-style '2025.'
For nearly 80 years, the legendary comic-book writer created characters who reflected the hopes, ideas and foibles of modern American Jewry
Very little early Christian art has survived the centuries in the Holy Land – but then an Israeli art historian looked at the apse of a ruined Byzantine church in Shivta, and saw Jesus’ face and short curly hair
Analysis of Neanderthal teeth from France found earliest known exposure to lead 250,000 years ago, and deduced that they nursed until late toddlerhood
Method of growing trees in pits irrigated by groundwater began in the Negev, and spread throughout the region despite the Crusader invasion
Finds in the northern biblical city of Dan suggest that even if King Jeroboam pushed worship of golden calves and goat demons to spite Jerusalem, there was a big YHWH temple
“As an innovation leader, we have built strong teams across the globe. From India to the US, and from Israel to China, our teams are creating the future of connectivity.”
“Israel is a groundbreaking country in many fields and we are working in order to ensure this continues in future generations.”