In an age of non-stop news feeds and disposable media, which stories and images stay with us and how do they shape us?
NATO began the main phase of military exercises in a display of force meant to underline its ability to deter Russia.
The poll also found that 35% agreed with the statement that “Jeremy Corbyn only seems interested in talking to those organizations deemed to be terrorists …
In the past month, two families died in car accidents on Road 90.
An estimated 53,000 voter applications are being held up by Georgia’s Secretary of State.
Bahrain’s Fourth High Criminal Court has sentenced 13 political dissidents to life in prison.
Trump and his wife, Melania, briefly entered the crime scene and lit a candle before laying white roses by the Stars of David bearing the …
Here’s how the constitutional crisis in Sri Lanka has unfolded, what’s at stake if it drags on, and what to expect next.
A total of 180,000 Israelis seized the opportunity to enjoy the warm weather at the country’s national parks and nature reserves.
Jews across the religious spectrum reject Messianic Judaism as peddling Christianity to Jews, using some of the superficial trappings of Judaism.
Hillary Clinton wants to be the US president but does not want to run because she feels entitled to the title which she feels was …
Iranian, Turkish, and Azerbaijani foreign ministers have held their sixth trilateral meeting in Istanbul, Turkey, to discuss matters of common interest.
The name of one of the candidates, Moshe Lion, appeared in much larger font than any of his contenders.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says he’s respecting the result of a referendum by the Mexican people.
Boeing 737 was almost brand new though it crashed in Indonesia shortly after take-off from Jakarta’s airport.
Turkish president has opened a new airport in Istanbul, vowing that it will become the busiest one in the world once completed in 2028.
The United States Defense Department is sending 5,200 active duty troops to the country’s border with Mexico.
They also decided to cut security and economic ties with the state of Israel.
“In Israel and in Tel Aviv, we are sending tonight our full support and full solidarity with the Jewish community in Pittsburgh.”
Another mass shooting in the United States has claimed the lives of 11 in a Pittsburgh synagogue.
City’s Jewish leaders publish open letter to US president demanding that that he stops rhetoric against minorities.
Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor meets with Istanbul’s Chief Public Prosecutor Irfan Fidan over the killing of a Saudi dissident at the Saudi consulate in the …
The German armed forces lead the biggest military exercises of NATO since the Cold War.
Khaleda Zia found guilty of misuse of power as PM in collecting $375,000 for a charitable trust from unknown sources.
People wave Turkish flags as they attend the Republic Day ceremony at Anitkabir, the mausoleum of modern Turkey’s founder Ataturk, to mark the republic’s anniversary …
The pair discussed Netanyahu’s ‘2030 Security Concept’ in their first meeting.
“The residents of Gaza will not give up because they are right,” Zoabi wrote on Twitter, backing overnight protests by Palestinians.
‘Don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater,’ says Raanan Adin in response to the State Comptroller’s Report.
Barcelona forward Luis Suarez has scored a hat-trick as his side thrashed their arch-rivals Real Madrid 5-1 in El Clasico at Camp Nou.
Move marks third time singer donated proceeds from Israel shows.
The US Department of Homeland Security vows to protect the American citizens’ votes in the upcoming midterms.
Bodyguard for a cabinet minister under sacked PM Ranil Wickremesinghe opens fire at crowd, kills one and injures two.
Turkish dossier presented to Saudi prosecutor will contain crime scene evidence and identify main suspects, source says.
Netanyahu and the ministers stood quietly for a moment before turning to matter of state.
Iraq’s Hashd al-Sha’abi paramilitary forces amass on the country’s border with Syria after a hugely-deadly Daesh attack on the other side of the border.
Republican US Senator Rand Paul has slammed Saudi Arabia as a global sponsor of terrorism at a Montana rally.
The national debt is growing, but despite what Trump and his party say, spending less will not solve the problem.
“We are trying to work with the Pittsburgh police, but it is difficult because they don’t understand our needs.”
Salome Zurabishvili and Grigol Vashadze are frontrunners in presidential vote seen as crucial test for Dream party.
Saturday’s synagogue shooting in the US state of Pennsylvania is “likely the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in the history of the United States, …
A man armed with an assault rifle and three handguns kills 11 and injures six in the Squirrel Hill area of the city.
Higgins won 55.8 percent of the vote and second term as president, while exit polls show blasphemy law set to be dumped.
The IDF hit 95 targets after 37 rockets were fired.
Antisemitism “is one of the ugliest and darkest features of human history […] there is no room for antisemitism in America.”
Relationships between Russia and the United States will continue to get worse from here, American political analyst James Jatras says.
Thousands of Australians protest against the government for having left refugees on Manus and Nauru islands.
Kei Nishikori has ended the hopes of home favorite Dominic Thiem, beating the number one seed in straight sets to reach the semifinals of the …
Orders to hit Israel with rockets from Gaza Strip were given from Damascus with Iranian involvement, Israeli army says.
Rhetorically, the likely next leader of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, is almost an exact replica of the the Filipino populist.
“Terrorist organizations in the Gaza Strip fired mortar bombs in the direction of the Erez Crossing, striking the ambulance crossing there,” Rukun wrote.
Islamic Jihad announced it accepted an immediate cease fire brokered by Egypt effective immediately, Channel 10 reported.
An American Navy warship has shot down a medium-range ballistic missile in space off the west coast of Hawaii.
Leaders of Turkey, Russia, Germany and France to discuss Idlib, aid, drafting of constitution and reconstruction.
Sacked PM Ranil Wickremesinghe says president’s decision to replace him with Mahinda Rajapaksa is ‘unconstitutional’.
The sirens were heard in the city of Sedrot and in Sha’ar HaNegev Regional Council.
Cesar Sayoc, the suspect in a raft of suspicious packages sent to prominent Democrats and others, is in the custody of the FBI.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman has dismissed alleged China espionage on US President Trump’s cellphone, suggesting the use of Chinese phones for added security.
The HRW report demonstrates Palestinian leadership’s weakness, inability to lead their people and deliver liberation.