Boris Nemtsov was gunned down near the Kremlin walls two years ago.
Since taking power in late 2011, Kim Jong Un has reportedly executed or purged a large number of high-level government officials in what rival Seoul has called a 'reign of terror.'
Philadelphia Jews Reeling After Hundreds of Graves Vandalized: 'It Hit Home in a Holocaust Kind of Way'
Resident whose family is buried at historic Philadelphia cemetery tells Haaretz that more than 500 graves were destroyed: 'Counting was my way of bearing witness.' ADL offers $10,000 reward.
Sebastian Gorka, Trump’s high-profile deputy assistant, had worked with openly racist and anti-Semitic groups and public figures and has a penchant for symbols linked with Hungary’s World War II-era Nazi sympathizers.
Turkey’s intervention has created a rift with Iran, Jordan-Syria ties are tightening and America’s absence could weaken the Saudis. The alliances emerging in Syria will determine the fate the region.
Local authorities refuse to issue birth certificates, which are necessary in order to allow the children to be issued Israeli passports.
Hong Kong Police Face Israeli, German Backlash After Comparing Local Cops to Jews Persecuted by Nazis
An officer made the ill-advised Holocaust comparison at a mass protest held after seven officers were sentenced to two years in prison for assaulting an activist in 2014.