In an interview with a Spanish newspaper, pope cautions against European populism of the kind that produced Hitler, but with regard to Trump, says: 'I think we must wait and see.'
On state visit to Israel, President Andrzej Duda addresses plan to punish those referring to 'Polish death camps': 'How would you feel if a terrorist attack in Tel Aviv was described as an 'Israeli terror attack'?'
Though not physically present at the Paris peace conference, Israel's Foreign Ministry was very much there by tweet and by soul.
Former Prime Minister Francois Fillon, representing France's center-right Republicans party, is polling at about 1 percent behind Le Pen.
The avalanche followed a series of earthquakes. Alpine rescue teams reached the hotel overnight and rescue vehicles are arriving to join the effort.
Blogger Alexander Lapshin was arrested after visiting the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh territory; Azerbaijan is seeking extradition.
Russian lawyer Anatoly Kucherena said Snowden could soon apply for Russian citizenship.
Criticizing Berlin's Holocaust memorial, AfD leader Bjoern Hoecke says Germany's 'laughable policy of coming to terms with the past is crippling us.'
Putin: Obama Administration Trying to Undermine Trump, Those Behind Dossier 'Worse Than Prostitutes'
The Russian president accuses those behind the leaked information of wanting to 'stage a Maidan in Washington' and undermine the president-elect's legitimacy.
'We expect the new administration to accept this invitation,' says Russian foreign minister, adding that cooperation on issues like fight against terror would follow.
Ukrainian Foreign Ministry accused Russia of 'acts of terrorism and discrimination in the course of its unlawful aggression' in the filing to the International Court of Justice.
300 U.S. Marines arrived in Norway this week, marking the first time since World War II that foreign troops have been allowed to be stationed in NATO country.
Stanislav Mizik says state honor bestowed on Jewish recipients 'turns logic on its head' because the founders of the nation 'had a negative relationship to the Jews.'
The employee correctly guessed that the customer was Jewish based on her last name and left a note reading 'Greetings from Uncle Adolf' in her package.
The ruling comes amid concern over rising support for right-wing groups due to resentment about an influx of migrants.
U.K. Labour leader's request comes after an Israeli embassy official was recording as saying he wanted to 'take down' British politicians he deemed unfriendly to Israel.
In Berlin, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Trump's positions have been 'long known' but added: 'I think we Europeans have our fate in our own hands.'
Austria's far-right Freedom Party urges 'an end to this policy of Islamisation' that they say could spell the end of Europe.
National Front leader and Trump admirer Marine Le Pen did not have a planned meeting with the president-elect, according to an aide.
Israeli prime minister stresses that Paris conference moves peace backward, adding that Israel is not bound by any decisions that will be made at the conference.
Youssouf Fofana, who is serving life sentence in France for the murder of a Parisian Jew, for threats of extortion to a Jewish lawyer.