The Saudi Arabia and UAE-led Sunni coalition has been repeatedly blamed for civilian deaths in Yemen, which the UN considers to be the world's worst humanitarian crisis
News site says alleged execution squad leader heard calling murdered dissident a traitor before verbal fighting, brawling and torture are heard
WATCH Trudeau's anti-BDS Message During Apology for Turning Away Jews During WWII Continues to Make Waves
Justin Trudeau apologized last week for the Canadian government's failure in 1939 to admit a ship carrying 907 German Jews fleeing Nazi persecution - and took a swipe at BDS
'Our historical responsibility does not end at the Austrian or European border,' the Austrian chancellor says at a ceremony marking the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht
'Time has by no means absolved Canada of its guilt or lessened the weight or our shame,' Canadian president says of ship which was forced to return to Europe in 1939, where many of the Jews later were killed in the Holocaust
Move is part of Austrian government's effort to lift Israeli boycott of coalition partner Freedom Party, which has Nazi roots
The CNN poll, which was preliminary and subject to change, showed 26 percent of those surveyed supported the president while 39 percent said they were voting to send a message of opposition
Iranian foreign minister offers to investigate accusations he claims are an 'attempt by the Zionist regime to torpedo relations between Iran and the EU'
Amal Hussain died in a refugee camp on Thursday after suffering severe malnutrition, her family told The New York Times
Thanks to 'all my Muslim brothers and sisters who have been so kind as to welcome me to Ummah,' tweets the Irish singer
Jumpei Yasuda, a freelance journalist, went missing after entering Syria in June 2015 to cover the country's civil war. He was reportedly held by a group linked to the al-Qaeda-associated Fatah al-Sham, previously known as the Nusra Front
Two Syrian women and four children who had been held along with 21 other hostages are released as part of a deal between the Syrian regime and ISIS
Spokesman for German pro-business party Free Democrats says the increase 'clearly related to the Brexit referendum'
Amid heightened scrutiny of Riyadh over the apparent murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Germany approves 416.4 million euros worth of arms in what may be a breach of a coalition agreement by Angela Merkel
The September attack left 25 dead and more than 60 wounded
Thirteen Arab ambassadors meet in Canberra after Australian PM announces he's considering recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital
'Israel has no right to police the political opinions of people across the world,' say Jewish and Palestinian activists being sued
Another human rights activist will appear before an investigating judge on Tuesday to be questioned in the case
'The Zionists [Israel] once again demonstrate their hostility and unending hatred of Iran and Iranians with such shameless remarks,' says FM spokesman over Rivlin's call for EU states to back U.S. sanctions against Tehran
Open Society Foundations moved 80 employees from the Hungarian capital because of 'an increasingly repressive political and legal environment in Hungary'