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Moscow Could Face War Crimes Charges Over Syria Bombing Campaign

The European Union harshly condemns Russia, warning its fierce bombing campaigns with regime forces in Syria could amount to war crimes.

Hitler’s Childhood Home to be Demolished by Austrian Government

The Austrian government says it will demolish Adolf Hitler's birth house to prevent it from becoming a neo-Nazi monument.

Report: Israel to Purchase New German Submarines Targeting Iran, Syria

Israeli subs can hit anywhere in Iran should the need arise, including with nuclear warheads.

‘Anti-Semitism in Europe As Important As Climate Change’

European lawmakers gathered to discuss anti-Semitism and the future of Jews in Europe.

Jewish Runners Take On Berlin Marathon Proudly Wearing Israeli Flags

When 36-year-old Levi Levine crossed the finish line at today’s BMW Berlin Marathon, his emotions far exceeded his personal pride at having successfully finished the 42-kilometer course.

The Golem Comes to Life in Berlin’s Jewish Museum [video]

The exhibition uses the golem figure to examine topics like creativity, creation, power, and redemption.

Holocaust Survivor, Speaker Max Mannheimer, 96, Passes Away

Max Mannheimer was silent about his nightmare and depression for decades.

Some UK Jews Flee Brexit ‘Horrors’ Back to Germany

German law allows anyone stripped of their German citizenship by the Nazis "on political, racial or religious grounds" between 1933 and 1945 to reclaim it, and this includes their descendants.

Huge Majority of Europe’s Jews Say They’re Staying Home for the Holy Days

Around 70% of Europe's Jews say they're afraid to go to synagogue for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.

Analysis: Merkel’s Party Losing Badly as Social Democrats, Anti-Immigrant AfD Win Berlin State Vote

The SPD is expected to form a new regional coalition government with the Left and the Greens, who suffered a 2.5% drop to 15.1%.

Senior German Lawmaker Says Law of Integration is Solution to Jewish Community Fears

Senior German lawmaker Johannes Kahrs says a Law of Integration would solve the Jewish community fears being fed by recent events escalated by incoming Muslim refugees.

US Company Objects to Israeli-German Drone Deal

An American defense industry player has barged into a deal between Israel and Germany, challenging the agreement with an appeal of the tender process.

Coming Home: Jewish Secondary Schools Opening in Düsseldorf, Munich

On May 19, 1943, Germany was declared Judenrein (clean of Jews), with no Jewish high schools. Now we're back to three, and counting.

Leaked German Report Accusing Turkey of Supporting Terrorism

One MP said "the German government cannot publicly designate the godfather of terrorism Erdogan as a partner, while internally warning about Turkey as a hub for terrorism."

Luxury Berlin Hotel Denies Claude Lanzmann’s Claim It Erased Israel

“One cannot fight against Arab terrorism and at the same time allow Israel to be eradicated at one of the noblest and most important hotels in Berlin,” Lanzmann wrote.

Last Survivor of Sobibor Death Camp, Philip Bialowitz, obm, Passes Away

The last Polish Jew who managed to survive the Sobibor Nazi death camp has passed away at the age of 90.

ISIS Claims Responsibility for Belgium Machete Attack on Female Cops

ISIS continues to inspire murderous extremism among Muslims around the world.

German Culture Minister Promises Reform of Judenfrei Nazi Loot Commission

German Culture Minister Monika Grütters told the New York Times last March that a Jewish member on the committee “would be the only voice who would be prejudiced.”

Merkel Uses the I Word in Pointing Finger at Terrorist Refugees

“Taboos of civilization are being broken," Merkel said. “These acts happened in places where any of us could have been."

Syrian Refugee Suicide Bomber a ‘Soldier of ISIS’ in Germany

A Syrian refugee who was denied asylum but allowed to stay in Germany temporarily turns out to be a suicide bomber.

Syrian Bomber Kills Self, Wounds 12, in Fourth Muslim Attack in a Week in...

Investigators are focusing on the bomber's history before he left Syria, the reasons he was denied asylum, and why he blew himself up.

Watch: Munich Killer Ali Sonboli Had Shouting Match with German Truck Driver [video]

"I looked from my balcony and saw him reloading his pistol. I threw my beer bottle at him. It broke on the roof.”

Terror Shooting at Munich Mall, Site Where Israeli Athletes Were Murdered in Olympic Village

Munich police warned residents and others to "stay home" and not post pictures or video from the attack on social media.

Study: German Extreme Left also Extremely Anti-Semitic

Altogether, 10% of Germans surveyed agreed Jews had “too much influence” in Germany.

21 Hurt After Rampage in Germany by Assailant With Axe on Train

More than 20 people were injured in an attack by a man wielding an ax on a train in Germany.

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