Marko Feingold, who served as the leader of Salzburg's local Jewish community, was detained in 1939 and endured a six-year odyssey through concentration camps
Remains of Romani adults and children dating back to 1943 were uncovered at the Lety concentration camp, the Museum of Romani Culture says
Abdullah Morsi, the youngest son of the deposed Islamist president, died of cardiac arrest, according to his lawyer
Germany donated 110 million euros ($121.8 million) to the Palestinian Authority last year, making it one of the biggest bilateral donors in the region
The French president hit back sharply at Brazil's Bolsonaro who claimed G-7 'alliance' to 'save' the Amazon was treating Brazil as if it we were a colony
Earlier at the summit, Trump said he appreciated Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif's visit at the summit Sunday, but that he didn't meet with him because it was 'too soon'
Six ballistic missiles targeted civilian objects and people in the Saudi south-western city of Jazan, coalition spokesman says
Iranian Foreign Ministry says Zarif will not be negotiating or holding talks with Trump and his delegation in Biarritz
Tehran recently unveiled the Bavar-373, which it describes as the improvement to Russia's S-300
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer was in Amman in order to extend the mandate of German troops fighting Islamic State in Syria and Iraq
Israel had hoped for President Zelensky to announce an embassy move in a joint press conference with the Israeli leader
The 55-year-old told police that he was wearing clothes that identified him as a Jew when two men pushed him to the ground from behind
Sachsenhausen tour guide asked group to leave after some denied facts of genocide
Three Jewish men called 's****y Jews' by two separate people after leaving synagogue in German city
Tehran's top diplomat says he was offered to meet Trump at the White House, adding that there can be no negotiations 'as long as they keep a gun to Iran's head'
The photos of tourists at the site, believed to be the tomb of Moses's brother, sparked anger among Jordanian lawmakers and citizens
Nazi SA member recounted that Dutch communist Marinus van der Lubbe actually arrived at the Reichstag only after the blaze started
Polish Kazimierz Albin 'saw it as his most important duty to speak about Auschwitz and his murdered fellow inmates,' International Auschwitz Committee says
Slammed for 'normalization with the enemy,' residents curse, throw chairs at media activist Muhammed Saud during Jerusalem tour with the Israeli Foreign Ministry
Earlier, U.S. defense official said America 'has suspicions' that Iran seized an oil tanker based in the UAE that turned off its tracker over two days ago in the Strait of Hormuz
The painting had been placed on the Lost Art List, an official database for artwork suspected to have been stolen by the Nazis
Erdogan pledges support for Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj's 'legitimate' government following tensions between Ankara and forces loyal to a rival Libyan authority
Moscow says strikes 'grossly violate Syrian sovereignty,' killed 16 including small child
The bomb was discovered a week ago during building works near the headquarters of the European Central Bank
The drone was downed in Yemeni airspace, Saudi statement media cited a coalition spokesman as saying
The international task force says Iran must end exemption on terrorism funding for groups 'attempting to end foreign occupation, colonialism and racism'
According to the local chief justice, the men kidnapped a woman in the southern province of Hormozgan, raped and then murdered her
Swedish-based research group highlights trend of modernizing nuclear weapons, which 'remain a central element in military strategies and national security doctrines'
The Russian president called U.S. policy 'ultimate fighting' during a meeting with Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping
Abe is due to hold talks with Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rohani during his upcoming three-day trip to the Islamic Republic