UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi tells Haaretz the planned deportation of 40,000 African migrants is of great concern and runs counter to Israel's religious teachings
Davide Lerner is a freelance journalist, researcher and translator. He is a graduate of the London School of Economics and the School of Oriental and African Studies. He writes on Europe, the Middle East and Turkey for publications in English and Italian and has worked for AP and AFP.
Italian press reports that security at Rome airport send her back to Amman; says decision was 'not political'
Grard Filoche, 71, set to be expelled from Socialist Party after posting image of French president standing over the world wearing a Nazi armband
Neo-Nazi fans of Borussia Dortmund suspected of being behind stickers, following similar incident in Italy last week with Lazio
'He thought he could get away from the scandal by turning up at the synagogue with a bunch of flowers,' says one community member. 'We expected concrete steps, not trivial gestures'
Apology to Jewish Community a 'Charade', Italian Soccer Club President Caught Saying Amid Anne Frank Storm
'These people are worth nothing,' Lazio club president Claudio Lotito said about synagogue members he was en-route to apologize for following his team's anti-Semitic scandal
Descendants of African slaves sold to the Ottoman Empire, Afro-Turks seek to revive their ancestors traditions – but there are barely any left
Opinion Lazio's Anne Frank 'Insult' Is Hardly Shocking. Italian Soccer Is Viciously anti-Semitic to Its Core
'Adolf is still with us.' 'We warn the Jews we wont betray our flag.' This is what it's like to be Jewish and an Italian soccer fan: Decades of abuse, with the complicity of managers and captains alike
Ankara and Washington are clashing after Turkey arrested local employees of U.S. missions, which diplomats say reflects Erdogans displeasure with the Americans refusal to extradite Erdogan-rival Fethullah Gulen
The ancient Turkish community dates back to biblical times but today its 24 members struggle to make a minyan on Yom Kippur