A Swiss-Israeli couple that redefined the idea of online dating talks about what it's like to own seven stores while parenting seven kids
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The Alternative for Germany started out focusing on economic issues, but over the past year it has gradually changed what is appropriate to say in parliament, in the media and on the streets
After a bitter fallout following differing positions on Syria's civil war, Iran is seeking to bring Hamas back into the fold and solidify its 'Axis of Resistance'
Iran's new ballistic missile is capable of carrying several warheads and of reaching much of the Middle East
In an interview with left-wing website 'The Intercept,' the former presidential candidate said that the U.S. is complicit in Israel's occupation of the West Bank
The new regulations would not have a set end date, and countries could be added or removed any time
As members of insular Hasidic communities integrate into Israeli society, spiritual leaders are waging a campaign to preserve Yiddish
Observers say there is a growing understanding among many Haredim that the previously taboo subject can no longer be ignored
'We have to calm down the hot heads,' Russia's Lavrov says, after North Korea threatens to test 'most powerful detonation of an H-bomb in the Pacific'
Murder of Orouba and Halla Barakat in Turkey is the latest in a series of attacks targeting Syrian activists