Ken Livingstone's polices are not that different than arch-Conservative Johnson, but he is seen by Brits as a grouchy 'yesterday's man.'
An alleged Iranian plot to assassinate the Saudi envoy to Egypt has been getting much media attention, despite being hard to verify. Another Saudi-related story, however, is getting much less attention.
Scottish High Court upholds previous ruling that an attack on a Yeshiva University student's room at St. Andrews University last year was racially motivated.
Netanyahu will want to ramp up the 'Iranian threat' ahead of Israeli elections, while the Gulf states fear Tehran will refocus energies into undermining them if a deal is reached.
The tiny Gulf islands of Abu Musa and Greater and Lesser Tunb may become a new theater of conflict between Tehran and the neighboring Sunni countries.
Union members who were to take part in class objected to participating in a workshop with an Israeli expert.
Yuval Diskin spelled it out – Israel's senior security establishment are in disagreement with Netanyahu and Barak over the handling of the Iranian issue.
Co-op, fifth biggest supermarket chain in Britain, emphasizes it will continue doing business with companies that can guarantee none of their products come from outside the Green Line.
Veteran chief financial officer, Yaron Neudorfer's departure sparks speculation over behind-the-scenes turmoil as organization grapples with a severe budget deficit.
For all the antipathy toward Ken Livingstone, some Jews may still end up voting for him come Thursday, and with their votes, and those of other Londoners, he may yet return to City Hall.