Even if we ignore energy savings and road safety, there is no argument over the fact that another hour of light toward evening would contribute a great deal to the quality of life of Israel’s citizens
Spain's foreign minister said he will launch an 'intensive' consultation process with his EU counterparts to set a timetable for achieving a common position on recognizing Palestine
The key question is whether the instability will begin to tail off if economic growth continues in the years ahead
Resolution passed on Thursday calls EU to demand compensation from Israeli government for aid funds invested in the West Bank Bedouin village, demands cessation of 'policy of threats of demolition'
The opening of a Czech cultural center in Jerusalem in November could be understood as a 'first step,' says a spokesman for President Milos Zeman
EU foreign policy chief says looming demolition of Khan al-Ahmar 'will only further entrench a one-state reality'
Analysis Sweden Election: Neo-Nazi Rooted Party Claims ‘Kingmaker’ Status - but Falls Short of Power
Did Sweden just lurch to the far-right? Not quite. The far-right parties managed to make headway, but unlike Austria, their chances at a seat in government are slim
Sweden Democrats' rise deprives either of the mainstream blocs of a parliamentary majority
If the polls are correct, the Swedish election on September 9 could spell the end of a century of social democratic rule
A group of Oxford University researchers found widespread online disinformation in the final stages of a tightly-contested campaign which could shift one of Europe’s most prominent liberal democracies to the right