Dr. Reinhard Schramm, President of the Jewish community in Thüringen said all antisemitism is dangerous but challenging Israel’s existence is the “most dangerous” expression of …
This episode of The Debate is about the alleged chemical attack in Syria.
Interim figures show more than 68 percent of eligible voters cast ballots half an hour before polls’ closure.
Voters in Hungary go to the polls, with controversial Prime Minister seeking a third term in office.
Laser brain ablation procedure offered for first time outside US
Britain is considering giving a new life to poisoned Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the US, a report says.
A friendly match between the Iran men’s national football team and Syria has been called off.
We profile people from around the world, who all run for different reasons.
Maltese-flagged ship pulled back from Bosphorus crash site near Istanbul, leaving extensive damage to mansion.
The complaint accuses Corbyn of bringing his party into disrepute for dismissing antisemitism and flags his membership in several social media groups used as platforms …
“Even without poison gas, these vehicles are used to launch inaccurate explosives that inflict terror and death on Syrian civilians,” said Amos Yadlin.
This is the first time that a foreign leader will light one of the ceremony’s 12 torches.
Three South Koreans share their thoughts on a potential reunification with North Korea.
Yemen’s Ansarullah fighters have killed dozens of Sudanese mercenaries hired by Saudi-the led coalition which is waging war against its war-torn neighbor.
French president views Saudi crown prince as a ‘loose cannon’, French diplomat tells Reuters news agency.
White House chief of staff John Kelly has threatened to quit his post at the administration of US President Donald Trump, which is already battered …
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“People don’t just come here, we all have our reasons to be here.”
Salman Khan is expected to leave Jodhpur Central Jail on Saturday after he was granted bail worth $770.
Qatar receives invitation from Arab League Secretary-General to attend the summit in the Saudi capital on April 15.
Japan has activated its first marine unit since World War II, in what has been declared to be a means of “defense of our islands.”
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has demanded the release of two soldiers jailed in Turkey, arguing that they should not be “pawns to blackmail.”
Series about Ethiopian-Ashkenazi families to become ‘Culture Clash’ – set in Minnesota.
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ramped up calls to criminally prosecute immigrants who cross illegally into the US.
The Israel Bible is a major milestone in Tanach literature, coming at a time to bring greater unity between the monotheistic faiths of Christianity and …
Afghanistan has accused Pakistan of launching air strikes inside its territory.
The latest move is aimed at seven Russian oligarchs and 12 companies they own or control, plus 17 senior Russian government officials.
Dozens of people are reported dead as air raids pound opposition-controlled town in Eastern Ghouta.
Tens of thousands attend second mass protest in as many weeks calling for return of Palestinian refugees to their lands.
Israel attempting to drag unarmed protests near Gaza Strip’s eastern border into military escalation, Palestinians say.
Russia’s telecommunications regulator has asked a Moscow court to order the blocking of messaging application Telegram in the country.
The United States and allies Britain and France have been setting up new outposts in northeastern Syria, despite a lack of permission from Damascus.
According to a New York Times report, Nader has previously undisclosed ties to Russia meeting with Russian oligarchs.
Protest organizers plan to turn the sky black by setting fire to thousands of tires.
Amid warnings from Israel and the US to stay at least 500 meters from the border, Palestinians brought thousands of tires to burn to shield …
By adopting short-sighted policies, the US and its regional allies have made Israel more “brazen” in their crimes against the people of Palestine, says Iran’s …
Some 203 illegal migrants who were trying to sail to Greek islands were intercepted at sea and five smugglers were captured in seven incidents within …
Country’s ambassador calls on other WTO members to join opposition to Trump administration’s Section 301 tariffs.
Fifty years after the death of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, the world reflects on his life and legacy.
Ireland’s recent move would break with prevailing approaches to issue, which are basically either to prohibit it or deal with it on an ad hoc …
Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani joins an increasing number of Middle Eastern leaders expressing support for Israel’s right to exist.
For the second time in less than five months, the presidents of Russia, Iran and Turkey have held a summit to discuss ways to bring …
A Palestinian has been killed by an Israeli airstrike near the border fence in the northern Gaza Strip.
Artifacts, which are on display at Victoria and Albert museum, were stolen from African country more than 150 years ago.
Following talks in Ankara, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Russian and Iranian counterparts issued a joint statement saying they were committed to achieving …
Honduras’s Juan Orlando Hernández, a graduate of a Foreign Ministry course, is the first foreign leader honored at the Mount Herzl torch-lighting.
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The UK continues to react to news that British government’s own scientists have confirmed that the nerve agent used in the alleged spy poisoning was …
Rwandan minister claims his government doesn’t know what this New Israeli Fund is all about, asks how can an NGO impose pressure on Rwanda.
Pictures and videos on social media showed that hundreds of tires have already been transported to the border.
International community keeps turning blind eye to the crimes being perpetrated in Syria, chemical weapons expert says.
Family members reject defence ministry claims that no civilians were killed in Kunduz attack targeting Taliban fighters.
Hu Hai, a 68-year-old man from Shanghai, China, has been praised for his incredibly youthful looks and spirit ever since he won the title of …
“We looked at his stuff on the Internet and were all blown away by how talented he was and how confident he seemed,” said Todd …
The spending is aimed at ensuring that production grows to around 4.9 million barrel per day (bpd) in 2021, according to the UK-based company.
Iranian President Rouhani and Turkish President Erdogan have met in Ankara ahead of a major summit with Russian President Putin on Syria.
The move comes as the social media platform is facing criticism because of alleged mishandling of data.
Spotify’s successful debut could pave way for other companies looking to go public without the aid of Wall Street.
The PA joined calls for international investigations into border incidents. The IDF has stated at that at least 10 of those killed were known terrorists.
Students in Nantes marched in a show of solidarity with public-sector workers, who began a three-month strike campaign against Macron’s proposed labour reforms.