The bloc's foreign ministers slap travel bans and asset freezes on nine people blamed for a nerve agent attack in Britain and a Syrian research center for chemical weapons
Hilde Schramm, the daughter of Hitler's chief architect and Armaments Minister Albert Speer, came up with a plan to sell her father's paintings to fund Jewish women's creative projects in Germany
German government suspects Mahan Air, which has been on a U.S. sanctions list since 2011, is used for military purposes and terrorist activities
Authorities suspect Irish Republican Army dissidents were behind a car bombing outside a courthouse in the city of Londonderry
The BBC said the remains were discovered among a large number of objects relating to the Holocaust given to the Imperial War Museum by one donor
Security guards removed the protestors within seconds at the pre-Eurovision contest. Eurovision organizers worry of the challenges the Israel boycott movement will pose at next year’s contest, to be held in Israel
After Berlin was declared free of Jews in 1943, approximately 7,000 Jews continued to hide in the Nazi capital, often in plain sight. New film takes a look at their tales of survival
The Nazis looted millions of books from Jewish families during the Holocaust. German libraries’ online databases are helping put the situation right
The tough Russian statement came in response to the U.S. administration’s Missile Defense Review released Thursday during Trump’s visit to the Pentagon
Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities asked to stop the search, saying 'it breaches the peace and dignity of the dead'
Alain Soral, leading ideologue of France’s far right and known Holocaust denier, wrote that ‘the battle between the Jewish people and the rest of humanity should bear the character of total genocide’
Israel's prime minister met his Romanian counterpart in Jerusalem and asked her to stop 'the European Union's bad resolutions against Israel'
Mehdi Nemmouche faces life in prison in what is the first trial over an attack staged by a Western European returned from fighting in Syria
Maya Casabianca, the global 'goddess of song,' passed away last week at age 78. Why didn’t Israelis feel a deep connection with the Levantine singer with the deep and powerful voice?
Crushing vote triggers political upheaval that could lead to a disorderly exit from the EU or even to a reversal of the 2016 decision to leave
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
The victims whose bones will now be searched for were among the thousands of Jews who were shot by Hungarians and thrown into the Danube between 1944 and 1945
The new allegations come after reports in 2017 of more than 100 gay men arrested and subjected to torture, and some of them killed, in the predominantly Muslim region
'The defense will try to either minimize the anti-Semitic character of the crime or follow a conspiracy theory discourse,' Belgian Jewish leader says, referencing conspiracies surrounding victims employment by Israeli government
'Islam Is Filth:' Hacker Who Breached Personal Data of German Politicians 'Expressed Far-right Views'
The 20-year-old-student who had disclosed private data of nearly 1,000 politicians reportedly expressed right-wing and anti-Muslim views as part of 'hacktivist' group