In defeat to Corbyn camp, Keith Starmer elected to head Labour Party
The attacks took place in the morning outside a bakery where customers were queuing, and at shops in the town center, authorities say
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing many Israeli expats to ask: Should I stay or should I go home? 'More and more Israelis who had neglected to do so in the past are now registering their kids for citizenship,' official says
More than a dozen EU member states including Germany, Italy, Spain and France have expressed concern after Prime Minister Viktor Orban gained emergency powers to deal with the coronavirus
Although coronavirus has hit Britain’s Jews disproportionately hard, few of those deaths have been ultra-Orthodox Jews. But with that community late to start social distancing, will Stamford Hill become the next Haredi hot spot?
Mayor of the Hungarian capital says the money will be used to prevent infection and for testing medics and nurses
Not even two world wars, the Holocaust or the 2015 terror attacks kept the 150-year-old institution shut
Anesthesiologist Talal Soufan is on the front line against the pandemic in the world’s hardest hit region, and has an urgent message for his compatriots back home in the West Bank
In the past, war or terrorism just diverted tourism elsewhere. But in the coronavirus lockdown everyone, rich or poor, is confined to their homes – a good opportunity to reevaluate the industry
At least 22 Jewish families have lost loved ones to the disease, which has killed 465 people in the United Kingdom
Gertrud Steinl had sent a Jewish woman to live with her parents, ensuring she wasn't deported to a Nazi concentration camp
However officials say it is too soon to tell whether the country is at the beginning of a positive trend
The number of cases registered in Spain rose to 33,089 up from 28,572 cases on Sunday
A total of 3,405 deaths have been recorded since the outbreak surfaced, passing China by about 200
Authorities report the total number of cases in the country has risen to 35,713
Fire burned through Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, built to accommodate less than 3,000 people but houses about 19,400 people in crowded and filthy conditions
In Italy, millions are locked down and more than 1,400 people have died from the coronavirus. In South Korea, hit by the disease at about the same time, only a few thousand are quarantined and 72 people have died. Why?
In the '60s, Jan Bastiaans, using breakthrough experimental treatment with LSD, freed Holocaust survivors from their traumas. He became a national hero but was later shunted aside and treated patients in the underground. Is his legacy still worthy?
A visit to the remote German isle of Heligoland