Russian officials say that if Trump votes to implement new sanctions 'it will confirm that he’s a hostage of anti-Russian hysteria'
'Everything here is fine. The only thing I don’t like is that it’s impossible to leave,' says Elena, one of hundreds of women from the former USSR who are married to Palestinians and are living in Gaza
For a second day in a row, Republicans in the Senate fail to pass legislation to replace the former president’s healthcare reform
Charles-Joseph de Ligne, a Renaissance man from Brussels, was writing in 1801 that the Jews should petition the Ottoman sultan for self-government in Palestine
Fatah and Hamas call for rallies and protests in the West Bank and Gaza after Friday's prayers as part of a popular struggle against IDF forces
Two wines that had been withdrawn from shelves in Ontario have been given the green light to receive 'Made in Israel' label under Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement
By age 25, Olive Yang commanded hundreds of soldiers guarding caravans of raw opium; in her 60s, she was recruited by the Burmese government to help negotiate peace agreements