German leader told the Munich Security Conference 'keeping the small anchor we have' would help exert pressure on Tehran on other issues, criticized U.S.'s Syria pullout
'How can one be very firm against Iran and at the same time abandon northeast Syria?' Foreign Minister Le Drian tells U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham
In response to Netanyahu's accusation that Poles collaborated with Nazis, Polish president says Israel shouldn't host the Visegrad summit, scheduled for next week
Poland Wants Correction After NBC’s Andrea Mitchell Says Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Was Against ‘Polish and Nazi Regime’
World Jewish Congress joins Warsaw in calling for correction
Netanyahu addresses controversial legislation that criminalizes mention of Polish complicity in Nazi war crimes ■ Poland looking into premier's comment following Haaretz report
Pence accuses EU of leading scheme to 'break American sanctions against Iran's murderous revolutionary regime'
After U.S. officials warn to withdraw offer to sell missile package if purchase went ahead, Turkish lawmaker says Ankara would remain loyal to its Russia deal
Russia tells Turkey they cannot create a safe zone in Syria without consent from Assad despite having brokered a deal in December to create a demilitarized zone in the northwest Idlib region
Amid a surge of anti-Semitic incidents in France, a portrait of famed Holocaust survivor Simone Veil was covered with swastikas
The number of anti-Semitic crimes increased from 1,504 in 2017 to 1,646 in 2018, with the number of cases considered violent almost doubling
Russian FM laments Trump's failure to include Palestinian state in blueprint ■ Abbas in Riyadh to combat deal ■ PLO secretary general sends letter to foreign diplomats urging them not to endorse plan
After years of painstaking research to discover the identities of the dead in the August 1942 slaughter, the Jewish community in Rostov-on-Don wants to add their names to the city’s memorial. So why won’t the Russian authorities agree?
Anti-Semitic incidents rose from 311 in 2017 to 541 in 2018
Some 60 countries have confirmed their attendance, but both Iran and the Palestinian Authority won't take part
People targeted by operatives include three lawyers involved in related lawsuits in Israel and Cyprus alleging that the company sold its spyware to governments with questionable human rights records
The rally, organized by conservative and center-right parties, calls for Sanchez to step down over his handling of Catalonia's secession crisis
Police are investigating the incident, which French Jewish umbrella group says 'recalls the darkest hours of history'
The paintings, which are feared to be fakes, had starting prices of between $21,500 and $50,900
Report initiated after request by Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff concludes that 1,408 Finns volunteered in the Nazi division and took part in massacres of 10,000 people
Palestinians living in the Netherlands who were born after 1948 will now be allowed to register the Strip and the West Bank as their place of birth, instead of Israel or unknown