Despite Trump's shift toward recognition of Israeli sovereignty over Golan, European Union still considers the area occupied
Peter Szijjarto says his country's embassy will remain in Tel Aviv, in keeping with international law and EU policy
Dutch Green Party’s about-face on anti-Israel cause illustrates movement’s failure to gain traction after 14 years
In talks starting this week, Washington wants better access for its farm products – a sign of how much the global economy is undergoing risky changes
Mike Pompeo is expected to arrive in Israel in coming days to discuss Israel's plan to export natural gas to Europe with Greece and Cyprus
France, Germany and Britain say there can be no money for Syria while Assad - who is under EU sanctions - remains in power and no suggestion of renewing diplomatic contact.
Egyptian activists are trying to invigorate the public in the face of the president's sweeping constitutional changes, but he doesn't intend to allow this to threaten his rule
Comments come as the UN nuclear watchdog was expected to again announce that Tehran is complying with the nuclear deal
Luxembourg's PM told delegates in an Egypt summit his marriage to a man could lead to execution in some of the nations represented. But Middle Eastern activists say it might have done more harm than good: 'Agency is important'
Organic regulations require animals to be stunned before being killed. Jewish and Muslim laws, in contrast, require the animals to be conscious when slaughtered
King Salman has been welcomed by Egypt's Sissi ahead of the two-day summit, which he attends amid tensions with Europe over killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Prime ministers from Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia will meet in conference hosted by Israel, which hopes to use intra-European conflict to gain leverage ■ Poland mulls pulling out over Israeli FM's comments
Pence accuses EU of leading scheme to 'break American sanctions against Iran's murderous revolutionary regime'
Apart from reputational damage, inclusion on the list complicates financial relations with the EU
Israel just expelled the only international monitors protecting Hebron’s Palestinians from 800 heavily guarded far-right settlers, one of whom committed the 1994 massacre that triggered their deployment. No one expected Trump to respond - but where's the European outcry?
Anti-German dogwhistling has plagued the pro-Brexit camp since pre-referendum billboards enjoined Brits to 'Halt Ze German Advance.' As the Brexit chaos intensifies, that populist jingoism is becoming increasingly shrill
Tehran calls EU overture to launch system facilitating non-dollar trade 'late and inadequate,' vows to continue tests despite European pleas
In 2014 and 2015, during its occupation of most of the country, the jihadist group raided and wrecked historical sites on what UNESCO called an 'industrial' scale
Leaders of Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia to arrive in February as part of Netanyahu's efforts to shake up the EU consensus on issues related to the Palestinians and Iran
Syria's possible rehabilitation by its Arab peers is also under consideration, as the Arab League debates whether to end its membership suspension
The bloc's foreign ministers slap travel bans and asset freezes on nine people blamed for a nerve agent attack in Britain and a Syrian research center for chemical weapons
Smaller EU states taking a much tougher stance on Tehran
Israel's prime minister met his Romanian counterpart in Jerusalem and asked her to stop 'the European Union's bad resolutions against Israel'
Crushing vote triggers political upheaval that could lead to a disorderly exit from the EU or even to a reversal of the 2016 decision to leave
EU adds names of two men to terrorist list in first sanctions slapped on Iran since 2015 nuclear deal
The Economy Ministry said Tuesday that production was down 1.9 percent compared with the previous month
The catalyst for demonstrations against nationalist government, which started last week, was a recently approved labor code dubbed 'slave law' by critics
The diplomatic cables also reveal Europe's anxiety about Trump, Russia and Iran - concludes the New York Times
In Starkest Warning Yet, EU States Say Trump's Mideast Peace Plan Risks 'Being Condemned to Failure'
Eight EU member states say ahead of the plan's publication that any proposal must take into account 'internationally agreed parameters' – namely, a two-state solution
Police say 5,500 people marched in the bigger protest, organized by Flemish right-wing parties