The American Jewish Committee urged the pope 'to reconsider his regrettable choice of words' for using the term concentration camp when discussing conditions for refugees
The voter turnout is slightly down from 2012 election; survey: 20 percent abstained
France's far-right leader Marine Le Pen may find herself facing an opponent in the second round whom voters find just as repulsive
With millions still undecided, pollsters can't forecast which candidate will win, but commentators say a low voter turnout could work in Le Pen's favor
'Refugee camps are concentration camps,' says leader of the Catholic Church
Last polls show four main candidates are neck-and-neck
Community members staying away because of participation of Palestinian groups they call 'heirs of the Mufti of Jerusalem' and harassment in recent marches
Far-right and far-left both flagged in warning from head of umbrella group of French Jewish communities ■ On Le Pen, he says: 'The enemies of our enemies are not our friends'
Presidential candidates seize the opportunity to tout security agendas ■ Le Pen promises to expel foreigners on watch lists if elected
France mobilizes tens of thousands of security personnel to secure elections on Sunday as additional suspect turns himself into Belgian police who find he had no connection to attack
Analysis Paris Shooting: Champs Elysees Attack Likely to Boost Le Pen in French Election She's Already Dominating
Taxi drivers, bakers, teachers, the unemployed, Jews, blacks, even Muslims – support for Marine Le Pen seems more widespread than ever. But will it hold through election night on Sunday?
Towards the back of the rally, away from the cameras, sat the unchanged voter base of France's National Front: Skinheads, ultra-nationalist tattoos and dark conspiracy theories about global financial elites.
Paris Shooting: Policeman Killed, Two Wounded in Attack Near Champs Elysees; ISIS Claims Responsibility
One of two individuals who fired on the police near the Champs-Elysees has been killed, says police source | Police 'deliberately targeted' | Attack comes three days before election | Trump: Looks like terror
Perhaps one reason the Italian-born Holocaust survivor lived until the 1980s – unlike his German-speaking counterparts who quickly took their own lives – was because he wrote in his native tongue. Yet the famed author ultimately suffered the same fate
'It is alarming,' president of Vienna Jewish Community says after second year in a row in which anti-Jewish incidents continue to climb
Marine Le Pen's instinct is right: fighting an Islamic takeover requires France to shed its guilt and shame over its past. But her desire for a foolish 'consistency' means Vichy and Jewish identity are also included
Russian police have so far detained 10 people they suspect of being involved in the attack
Four candidates go into Sunday’s election with a chance of making it. From the far-right Marine Le Pen to the far-left Jean-Luc Melénchon - here’s everything you need to know
Who's leading in the polls, which candidate is popular among Jews and what's the forecast
In a fake interview on satirical website, Levy, one of France's best-known celebrities, is quoted as saying 'If Melenchon is elected, I’m leaving France'
The event draws harsh condemnations from representatives of the city's Jewish community