In a Slovak town with no Jewish residents, a father and son restore a 200-year-old synagogue – and preserve the history of the Jewish life that once flourished there
This is the third delay of the trial in absentia of two men accused of helping carry out the deadly bombing of an Israeli tourist bus in the Bulgarian resort town of Burgas
Trump says Saudi Arabia and other Arab states are trying to advance the peace process. 'Who knows, stranger things have happened,' he says
Alice Weidel, a top leader in the Alternative for Germany party, who is openly lesbian, said that perpetrators of attacks against homosexuals were namely 'people with Muslim backgrounds, Arabs'
With the Jewish Agency now surrendering to the extremist right-wing witch-hunt, more and more of Israel’s institutions are closing their doors to U.S. Jewish progressives. We must refuse to be excluded
Prosecutor Who Was to Reveal Argentinian Cover-up of Jewish Center Bombing Was Murdered, Investigators Set to Claim
Alberto Nisman was found dead in his apartment the morning before he was to present his report on the deadly 1992 AMIA Jewish center bombing that implicated then-president in a cover-up of Iran's actions as part of a trade deal
Combined military forces from the United States and South Korea conduct an arms training exercise in Pocheon