French police have shut down three mosques under new emergency laws for spreading radicalism and encouraging jihad.
Turkey's Pres. Erdogan vows to resign his post if Russia's Pres. Putin can prove his claim that Ankara is importing oil from the ISIS terror group.
Thousands of airport workers in Paris are under review; 57 have already had security passes revoked.
France is demanding answers from the IAEA on Iran's past nuclear work on atomic weapons.
Israeli media headlined a handshake between Netanyahu and Abbas for the first time in five years, as if the peace process has been fulfilled.
The U.N. chief declared a moment of silence for terror victims on and then checked off the cities hit by terror - except for Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
Some 150 world leaders gather in Paris to put the final touches on two weeks of talks at the COP-21 conference on global warming.
Twenty-four Israeli companies participated in the Milipol 2015 exhibition and noticed a heightened interest around the Israeli booth.
The Arabic writing was found written on fuel panels of 4 planes in a French airport.
ISIS ringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud, who was killed in a police manhunt, had plans to attack Jewish areas.
IAEA head Yukiya Amano warns he cannot guarantee that all of Iran's nuclear material is dedicated solely to peaceful activities.
Brussels has reopened its metro, school system and shopping malls but the city remains under the highest alert ever.
Hollande and Obama committed to defeating radical terrorism of ISIS, but neither mentioned the word "Islam."
The number of French Jews who visited Israel on the Birthright program more than doubled this year to 2,500.
Belgium's capital city remains at the highest alert level 4, but the rest of the country has reduced its guard slightly now to level 3.
Tight security surrounded the Millipol exhibition in Paris days after last week's ISIS terror attacks. Europeans are not boycotting Israel.
Three men shouting anti-Semitic obscenities and support for ISIS stabbed a French Jew in Marseille on Nov. 18.
French Foreign Minister Fabius said, “Our American friends ... are maybe more open [to a Security Council resolution on Palestinian statehood] than before.”
The fugitive terrorist was hiding north of Paris when the massive force stormed the building.
Netanyahu says Israel stands with the people of France, and "it's not just lip service."
There’s something different about what happened from Charlie Hebdo…a rationale that you could…say, ‘Okay, they’re really angry because of this and that.'"
'Credible threat' of explosive attack at a German soccer stadium led to cancellation of Tuesday's match.
He said: If the world had come down hard on terror after the Munch Massacres, "we wouldn’t have had what happened in Paris."
The Banion family moved three months ago from Paris to Efrat, in Gush Etzion and part of Judea and Samaria, where they says it...
The first two French Jewish families to move to Israel since Friday’s ISIS terrorist attacks arrived Monday.