The European Court of Justice finds that the lower court's 2014 ruling was based on media reports, not legal reasoning, and refers the case back
When Netanyahu paints himself into the far corner of the tainted and the reproached, the responsibility of the opposition’s leaders is to see to a healthy relationship between a sane Israel and Europe and the United States
Francis tells faithfuls in St. Peter's Square that he has followed 'with trepidation the grave tensions and violence' unleashed at the holy site
Italy has absorbed some 800,000 African migrants over the past decade and now it wants other Western countries to share the burden. But with none willing to open their borders, a humanitarian crisis is inevitable
On his Europe trip, the prime minister criticized the Trump administration amid its weakness in Congress. Now he hopes Israel's corruption investigators will be deterred by his tough talk
The founding fathers of the Israeli right also admired nationalist regimes in Eastern Europe, even when they were tainted by anti-Semitism
'We can't continue as we have done until now,' the German foreign minister says following the arrest of rights activists
Surprised by the Max Blumenthal and Tucker Carlson love-in? America's real collusion story is how the far right and far left whitewash the Kremlin and Assad's war crimes – together
The new law which was proposed by Poland's ruling populist Law and Justice party gives the nation's president the power to influence the court's work and to appoint its judges
Britain's National Archives have released records showing then Prime Minister Winston Churchill's attempts to cover up a Nazi plot to install the Duke of Windsor as king
In the prime minister’s jaundiced eyes, Barack Obama was essentially European but Donald Trump is pure American
Russian-Israeli blogger Alexander Lapshin was charged with illegally crossing the border but was acquitted of 'public calls against the state'
Prime minister refuses to confirm or deny if Israel gave green light for Germany's sale of submarines to Egypt
In a country where ethnic hatreds run deep, the Jewish community in the 'Jerusalem of the Balkans' says it is not subject to anti-Semitic acts and is even enjoying a 'baby boom'
Ahead of Radiohead's Tel Aviv show, several artists have called on the British rock band to boycott Israel, while others have voiced their support for the group's decision
Although the meeting had been behind closed doors, Netanyahu's remarks were accidentally transmitted to the earbuds distributed among reporters
Netanyahu tells Eastern European leaders that Israel struck Hezbollah targets in Syria dozens of times in hot-mic remarks caught by reporters
In an echo of comments by far-right leader Marine Le Pen, Jean-Luc Melenchon says: 'Never, at any moment, did the French choose murder and anti-Semitic criminality'
Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton Visit Concentration Camp, Meet Holocaust Survivors During Poland Trip
William and Kate visited the site of Stutthof concentration camp, the first Nazi camp built in Poland where more than 85,000 people perished
'I think the Muslim community will benefit from it. Even if only in terms of representation,' Rayouf Alhumedhi tells CNN
Loach's Israeli distributor tells The Guardian he's bought films from the director 'every year' and says Loach feels 'exempt from the cultural boycott' he promotes