US politicians warn left candidates like UK opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn could face defeat in election.
Day after security forces disperse demonstration, protesters march on parliament to call for an independent government.
Amsalam said that the debate challenge itself is “humiliating” for the prime minister. “What, everyone will now challenge the prime minister to a debate? Forget …
A photo roundup of some of last week’s events, including a royal procession in Thailand and demonstrations in Algeria.
“Antisemitism an attack on the British way of life and British identity. WIthout our Jewish citizens we would be a lesser nation,” he said.;
Tripoli could request vehicles, equipment and weapons for use in army, navy and air operations as well as intelligence.
Top democrats make last-minute pitch to their Republican counterparts as impeachment vote looms.
The COP25 talks in Madrid were viewed as a test of governments’ collective will to heed the advice of science to cut greenhouse gas emissions …
“Even Netanyahu has made countless overtures to [Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud] Abbas,” Sa’ar stated.;
Tel Aviv-based start-up Aurora Labs has made a proactive and remote system to detect and fix potential vehicle malfunctions, and update and validate in-car software …
“A once great magazine is reduced to spreading propaganda for the Islamic Republic,” wrote Mike Doran of the Hudson Institute.;
“The flight was performed at mission altitude carrying the T-stamp EO payload with laser capabilities,” the company said in a statement on Sunday.;
Sa’ar approached the Telecom News director-general Avi Weiss about the matter directly, who refused to remove the series from the evening lineup.;
American superstar moves up March 2 show to 7 pm. to avoid conflict with election results;
Tension remains high in the northeastern Assam state, the epicentre of unrest over India’s contentious citizenship law.
“We have witnessed in the last years a growing trend among the people of Nigeria to learn more about Jewish tradition, and we are here …
Israeli ship had no choice but to depart even though Turkey does not have any jurisdiction over area.
Cyberattack ‘aimed at spying on government intelligence’, Iran’s telecommunications minister says.
Sudan’s former President Omar al-Bashir is sentenced to two years in detention, but he plans to appeal.
Qatar’s foreign minister said there has been ‘progress’ in ending Gulf crisis following bloc’s summit last week.
Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin, said on Wednesday the government had given its “silent blessing” for the foreign ministry to go ahead with a plan …
Johnson said on Friday Britain would leave the EU on Jan. 31, “no ifs, no buts, no maybes.”;
Police said they are investigating the incident as a hate crime but found “no overt signs of antisemitism.”;
Van Drew was one of two Democrats who opposed opening the impeachment investigation into Trump.;
Lebanon urgently needs a new government to pull it out of the crisis.;
“Husband, father, Kansan and proud American,” the secretary of State wrote in his bio.;
Protesters were arrested in the Bnei Brak area, a suburb of Tel Aviv.;
Some Indigenous and environmental groups on the Yucatan Peninsula worry project may bring more harm than good.
Opponents of anti-gov’t protesters clash with riot police, throwing rocks and firecrackers against volleys of teargas.
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Turkey will not cancel deal with Moscow ‘whatever the consequences’.
Tens of thousands join rally organised by grassroots movement as part of their campaign to battle right-wing populism.
Protesters attack Daily Sangram’s offices after it called Abdul Quader Molla, who was hanged for war crimes, a ‘martyr’.
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European leaders ‘relieved’ by clarity of UK elections outcome but negotiators worry about pace of trade negotiations.
Where does Joe Biden stand on issues that matter to Jewish voters in 2020?;
Pompeo and the administration has warned Iran in the past about attacks;