TEL AVIV – President Reuven Rivlin told his Polish counterpart Andrjez Duda on Thursday while on a visit to the concentration camps in Poland that while some Poles helped rescue Jews during the Holocaust, others participated in their extermination.
JERUSALEM — Israels Foreign Ministry has summoned Irelands ambassador to express dismay over Dublins mayor attending an “anti-Israel” event in Ramallah.
The European Union (EU) will allow the UK to change its mind on a clean Brexit and stay inside the blocs Single Market, tied to many of its rules, for years after the Brexit date.
STOCKHOLM (AP) — Swedish authorities said Thursday they have charged a man with spying for China, on suspicion that he gathered information on Tibetans who had fled to Sweden.
BERLIN (AP) — Germany wont participate in possible military action in Syria, but supports sending a message that the use of chemical weapons is unacceptable, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday. Merkel stressed the importance of a united position in response
MADRID (AP) — The crown prince of Saudi Arabia was on an official visit Thursday to longtime commercial ally Spain, where activists are criticizing past and possible future sales of military equipment to the kingdom.
Amid mounting tensions between Greece and Turkey in the Aegean Sea, a Greek fighter plane reportedly crashed on Thursday after intercepting Turkish fighters near the island of Skyros. The pilot was reported dead on Thursday morning.
A Labour Party council leader has been suspended and is facing a police investigation after an official inquiry said he had lied under oath, claiming he had no knowledge of child sexual abuse in the town.
Keeping Scotlands border open to an unlimited number of migrants after Brexit is a top priority for the nation, Brussels heard this week.
Evidence obtained by citizen sting operations organised by paedophile hunters was used to charge 150 suspected sex offenders last year, but police urge the groups to stop.
More than 200 London police have conducted night raids targeting a notorious gang linked to killings, resulting in the seizure of a “sub-machine gun” and the detention of a 14-year-old boy.
French President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday that he would respond to “proof” that the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had used chemical weapons, “at a time of our choosing.”
In the U.S. – thanks largely to Donald Trump – the skeptics are winning the climate argument.
Nearly 13 per cent of residents in central-European powerhouse Germany are now foreign-born according to the national statistics bureau, in news that comes shortly after the revelation that nearly a quarter of all Germans possess a migrant background.
French police arrested a man after he attempted to strangle his daughters boyfriend, apparently enraged at having found out that the young man was not a Muslim.
Theresa May is clearing the way to launch attacks on the Syrian regime, despite multiple polls showing only one in five Brits support missile attacks.
A Catholic priest who has been performing exorcisms for ten years says that demand for exorcists is on the rise as more and more pastors become convinced that the devil is real and needs to be fought.
Jewish communities across Europe are enduring a level of mainstream anti-Semitism “not seen since the Second World War,” the European Jewish Congress has warned.
A female radical Islamic extremist has been caught by French police in possession of a USB key that contained the names and identities of 2,626 intelligence officials from Frances Central Directorate of Interior Intelligence (DCRI).
JERUSALEM — Israelis are standing still for a nationwide moment of silence in remembrance of the 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust.
The leader of the populist Sweden Democrats Jimmie Åkesson has proposed emulating a Danish policy that would see the demolition of some of the countrys heavily migrant populated troubled no-go zones.
Europe must increase its efforts to integrate Muslims and eradicate “religious hate speech”, Muslim World League (MWL) chief Mohammed al-Issa has declared.
Greek forces fired tracer rounds at a Turkish helicopter near the Greek island of Ro in the Aegean Sea on Monday night, in the latest sign of mounting tensions between Athens and Ankara.
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has urged the UK to not intervene in the Syrian conflict, claiming it will only spread “chaos” in the region and benefit Islamic State terrorists.
BERLIN (AP) — A German federal court has rejected an appeal by a Syrian man convicted of attempted fraud for seeking 180,000 euros ($222,000) from someone he thought belonged to the Islamic State group while claiming he planned car-bomb attacks.
PARIS (AP) — A French lawyer has filed a lawsuit in a Paris court against visiting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, accusing him of complicity in torture in Yemen, an embarrassment for the French government as it rolled out the red carpet for its powerful guest.
A High Court judge has ruled that critically ill baby Alfie Evans must be removed from life support against the wishes of his parents.
Notably, the first foreign leader who called Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to congratulate him for his decisive victory in Hungarys parliamentary elections Sunday was Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Sebastopol Hospital in Reims, France, has ordered the removal of food and water from their patient Vincent Lambert, who suffered severe trauma to the skull in an automobile accident in 2008 that left him a quadriplegic.
Radical feminist group Sister Supporter has won a fight to ban people praying and offering help to women near abortion clinics in North London, claiming it is “just the beginning” of outlawing pro-life direct action across the UK.
The mother of one of the two suspects arrested in the anti-Semitic murder of 85-year-old holocaust survivor Mireille Knoll has been arrested after police suspect she may have attempted to tamper with the weapon used to stab the pensioner to death.
German Development Minister Gerd Müller has announced a new initiative to encourage migrants to return to their home countries as a new report has revealed that up to 21,000 deportations failed last year.
The government is set to crack down on homeschooling amidst concerns that some out-of-school education settings are failing to promote its liberal definition of “British values”.
The European Commission raided the London offices of media mogul Rupert Murdochs 21st Century Fox as part of an investigation into a possible “cartel” involving sports broadcasting rights.
Discussion of the threats posed by invasive non-native species such as the grey squirrel is “terrifyingly similar” to concerns over mass migration, according to an environmentalist.
The number of people convicted of terror-related offences in the UK has shot up by 75 per cent in just three years, the government has said, amid concerns about radicalisation behind bars.
The number of under-16s treated for stab wounds in England has seen a steep rise and the average age of stab victims continues to fall, as London sees yet another stabbing.
A man was stabbed on a busy rush hour train on Wednesday morning at Stratford International Station in Sadiq Khans London.
KFAR SABA, Israel — While most of his fellow Jews were being killed or brutalized in Nazi death camps and ghettos, Baruch Shub and his friends were hiding in the forests of the former Soviet Union, trying to undermine the Nazis by derailing trains, burning bridges, sabotaging communication lines and killing the occasional collaborator.
Prime Minister Theresa May has indicated that more evidence is needed before blaming Bashar al-Assad for the latest chemical attack in Syria and taking military action against his regime.
UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyns poor response to anti-Semitism charges and his “hostility” to the Jewish community has led to the Israeli Labor Party cutting all ties with its British counterpart.
Progressive billionaire George Soros has given the anti-Brexit campaign group Best for Britain an additional £400,000 – a total of £800,000 this year.
Senior Labour Party figures have attacked the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson for congratulating conservative Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on winning the Hungarian election, claiming he is “Islamophobic” as well as against women and LGBT people.
Swedish police have discovered a cache of “war weapons” during a raid in the south of Stockholm that has included automatic rifles, hunting rifles, ammunition, and drugs.
Investigators from the European Union Commission have raided the offices of billionaire media mogul Rupert Murdochs 21st Century Fox UK offices and have seized computers and other documents.