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'?'
Donald Trump's pick of banker-cum-Hollywood financier Steven Mnuchin begs the question: What's in his name?
Analysis Trump's Pentagon Pick: Aggressive on Russia, anti-Iran, and Doesn't Mince Words About IDF Either
Marine General James Mattis, who reportedly loathes his nickname 'Mad Dog,' is the most level-headed among Trump's cabinet picks. He will most likely toe pro-Israel line in Pentagon, but had strong words about IDF's doctrine in Lebanon.
Criticizing Berlin's Holocaust memorial, AfD leader Bjoern Hoecke says Germany's 'laughable policy of coming to terms with the past is crippling us.'
The extremists tear down facade of second-century theater and monument after recapturing the town from government troops.
Nisman, the late special prosecutor into the bombing of the AMIA Jewish center, died under mysterious circumstances. Authorities are still investigating whether his death was murder or suicide.
Beijing says it has no hostile intent, but has been involved in diplomatic spat with Washington over ship and aircraft patrols in the South China Sea.
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