U.S. secretary of state lands in Israel as part of Mideast tour that began in Kuwait and will end in Beirut ■ Visit seen as boost for Netanyahu ahead of April 9 election
March 16, known as Legionnaire Day, has attracted criticism at home and abroad by those who say the events glorify Nazism
Statement comes after some U.S. lawmakers voiced concern over Ankara's purchase of advanced Russian S-400 air defense systems
After February bombing almost triggered war between two nuclear-armed rivals, diplomats slated to discuss opening corridor and new border crossing with India
Elemer Spiegler was forced into mandatory labor by the Nazi-allied regime in Budapest before being sent to the Mathausen concentration camp
Strasbourg mayor describes act as clearly anti-Semitic, as Netanyahu calls upon 'all leaders of enlightened countries to join in denouncing it'
Police did not intervene in the march, which started at a refugee's home and ended at the Nazi party's historic rally grounds in Nuremberg
King Salman has been welcomed by Egypt's Sissi ahead of the two-day summit, which he attends amid tensions with Europe over killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Craft, who will succeed Nikki Haley if approved by the Senate, is a Republican donor and 'repeat high-paying customer' at Trump hotel
In latest move in the country's crackdown on the media, David Kirkpatrick was arrested in Cairo airport and sent back to London, with authorities providing no explanation
The number of anti-Semitic crimes increased from 1,504 in 2017 to 1,646 in 2018, with the number of cases considered violent almost doubling
An estimated 5,000 South Sudanese refugees have made their way to Congo, and about 8,000 more are internally displaced, UN says
'There are fears over the lives of thousands who are stranded,' head of Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says
State seized house in which Nazi dictator was born to prevent it from becoming a place of pilgrimage for neo-Nazis
96-year-old admitted in a recently aired documentary to participating in a 1944 massacre, but claimed the victims were to blame for their own deaths
Dutch peacekeepers surrendered an enclave to Bosnian Serbs in 1995, just before 8,000 Bosniaks were slaughtered in Europe's worst mass murder since World War II
German chancellor told Israeli radio she understands concern over Iran, which has 'policies that are threatening to Israel'
Russian and Turkish leaders, who 'are actively collaborating on Syria,' met in Moscow for talks on proposed 'safe zone' near the Turkish border
Prosecutors say the suspect supports ISIS and sought to target Copenhagen with knives as well as bombs in an assault he planned with a younger accomplice
Nazli Ilicak has been under arrest since a failed military coup in 2016. In 2018, she was sentenced to life in a different trial for alleged links to anti-Erdogan cleric Gulen
'Over the course of more than five decades, Joyce Carol Oates has created a rich body of literary work. Her creative work dictates new creative horizons and denotes a continuous breach of boundaries'
Australian police say suspect was arrested after extensive investigation ■ Aya Masarwe's family say she had been on the phone with her sister when the attack happened
18th-century 'Vase with Flowers' disappeared from a Florence museum during WWII. Family of Wehrmacht soldier says he did not personally remove it, but agree to return it given court order
Campsite will be set up in the Yarkon Park, close to the EXPO Tel Aviv, where the pan-European music competition is to take place. The event is expected to attract over 10,000 international visitors
Erdogan's spokesman fires back: 'Terrorists can't be your partners and allies'
Maj. Gen. Mohamed Tamah among several senior commanders injured in attack, which killed five Yemeni soldiers
Al-Qunun's flight came after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed late Friday that his country had given the teenager asylum
Jakiw Palij, who may have been present when thousands of Jews were massacred, was deported to Germany last year after a legal battle that lasted over a decade
Observers say the move is politically motivated, given that many of the regime's opponents organize on the platform; Facebook, Twitter and Telegram already banned
The origin of the attack, aimed at 'disabling infrastructure, as opposed to looking to steal information,' is yet unclear