In interview with Hezbollah-affiliated media, Venezuelan president denied the Shi'ite militia's presence in the country, professes 'love for the noble Palestinian cause'
Israel is among U.S.-aligned powers that rallied to Guaido after he declared himself Venezuela's leader last month
Eddie Ford, a Canadian Holocaust survivor, had virtually no family left to attend his funeral. So a local rabbi made a plea on Facebook
Dancer impersonates mixed figure of Adolf Hitler and far-right President Jair Bolsonaro, possibly with intention to criticize the latter
Spain, Britain, Austria, Sweden and Denmark recognized the opposition leader, who is still supported by Russia and China
The usually neutral community backs Israel's decision to legitimize the claim to power by Maduro's opponent
The U.S., which is backing an attempt by the opposition to force Maduro to step down, warned bankers and traders not to deal in Venezuelan gold
What does Bibi have to be offered to recognize the Israeli opposition? A suitcase with $1 million in unmarked bills? A flight to a country without extradition agreements?
Canadian government revokes charity status of 'Beth Oloth' due to donations to pre-army institutions in Israel, which it says 'were not charitable under Canadian law'
Two men – one a diplomat from El Salvador, the other a Romanian-Jewish businessman – hatched a plan that kept many Jews out of Auschwitz, yet their story is only known today thanks to a Central American beauty pageant in the 1970s
Venezuela's embattled President Nicolas Maduro rejected an international ultimatum to call elections within eight days and said Guaido had violated the country's constitution by declaring himself leader
Netanyahu sends search and rescue team of 130 to assist with search and rescue operations
Remains found two weeks after disappearance of Lily Pereg and Pyrhia Sarusi, who were visiting the latter's son, Gil, who was arrested on suspicion of murder
Nearly half of respondents couldn't name a single Nazi concentration camp, but 85 percent said it's important to keep teaching about the Holocaust in schools
Amid a global split over Venezuela's leadership, a contingent of Russian contractors have mysteriously arrived to the country to help beef up the president's security
Abrams is considered a foreign policy hawk, a proud 'neo-Conservative,' who signed a plea agreement in the Iran-Contra affair
Mahmud and Ayoub Ferreira, aged 7 and 11, were reportedly stranded after their father, an Islamic State militant, was killed fighting in northern Syria
Canada's ambassador to China says the case is "a result of ongoing tensions between China and the United States", argues Huawei executive could appeal on the grounds that her extradition request is political
In a united and seemingly coordinated front, the U.S., Canada and another dozen mostly Latin American countries quickly announced that they supported Guaido’s claim to the presidency
Juan Guaido vows in defiant speech before masses of anti-government demonstrators to take over from Maduro