US Secy of State John Kerry said it was "frankly inappropriate" for President-elect Trump to express an opinion on actions by another leader.
Germany's foreign minister says negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority can't be "undermined by construction of settlements."
The German regional court ruled the arsonists were carrying out a political statement against Israel, not an anti-Semitic hate crime.
If UNSCR 2334 upset you, another one may be just a week away, and it is far worse.
The heirs did not know their painting's whereabouts before Dr Oetker contacted them, saying they were going to return it 'for moral reasons.'
Germany's famous Brandenburg Gate is lit up with the colors of the Israeli flag in solidarity with four IDF soldiers who lost their lives to terror.
The P5+1 Iran Deal partners have given a green light to send a secret shipment of more than 100 tons of natural uranium to Iran as a "thank you" gift.
'The only difference [between the Jewish Holocaust and our own] is that the Jews are white and we are black,' said Herero chief Sam Kambazembi.
Iran has been exposed for the first time ever in an attempt to murder a pro-Israel German politician.
European Parliament President Martin Schultz is one of two recipients of the 2016 Medal of Tolerance for his commitment to preserve the memory of the Shoah.
Yad Vashem criticized the bill against blaming Poland for collaboration in the death camps, warning that its approval in parliament would be considered Holocaust denial and a regression in Poland’s efforts to face its dark past.
Amri, 24, who had spent time in prison in Italy, was stopped by two policemen during a routine police check in the Sesto San Giovanni neighborhood of Milan.
German authorities on Wednesday offered a reward of about $104,000 for information leading to Amri's arrest, with a warning that he probably is "violent and armed."
Tunisian national Anis Amri is being sought by Berlin police in connection with the terror attack that left 12 dead and 48 wounded.
The sole suspect in the Berlin Christmas Market terror attack has been freed by prosecutors for lack of evidence.
The condition of his wife, who accompanied him to the Christmas market, is unknown.
A terrorist drove a truck into a crowd of shoppers and holiday-goers at a Christmas market in Berlin, Germany.
In both cases, the sellers agreed to return the works in 'amicable discussions,' according to the Max Stern Foundation.
There are 250,000 Jews in Germany, but few Germans know a Jew personally, according to Rent-a Jew.
Vapiano, the German fast casual restaurant chain offering Italian food across Europe and the US, is pulling its ads because "the positions held by Breitbart.com contrast with Vapiano's values, such as openness and tolerance."