Some of the paintings may have passed through the hands of a dealer the Nazis let sell 'degenerate' art they disliked, and who had amassed a cache of roughly 1,400 works of art.
If you’ve been to New York lately, and to Manhattan in particular, you must have noticed that a lot of storefronts are standing empty.
U.S. Jewish organization's decision to host holiday event with Azeri embassy sparks dissent among its members.
Born in Tel Aviv, pro-Palestinian activist Eran Cohen, 27, is challenging the accepted norms of British Jewry.
Second such incident in seven days: Jets allegedly strike airport neighboring Assad's palace.
Ontario’s legislature on Dec. 1 by a vote of 49 to 5, passed a motion rejecting 'the differential treatment of Israel, including the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.'
Despite international incident with China, Trump tweeted Taiwanese president 'CALLED ME,' grousing that: 'Interesting how U.S. sells Taiwan billions of dollars of military equipment but I should not accept a congratulatory call.'
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