At least 100,000 children have had no safe drinking water for 3 days in Aleppo.
About 60 ministers of education from a range of OECD countries gathered Sunday in Jerusalem for a three-day program to explore Israel’s culture of entrepreneurship.
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.
Tens of thousands of travelers are heading this week to Uman to pray at the grave site of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.
In today's digital age, such film footage is particularly compelling and stirring, granting us a glimpse into a living memory of a world that was – and is no longer.
In 2001 Rabbi Sitruk suffered a stroke and after his recovery took the additional name Haim, following the traditional Jewish protection against illness by altering or changing one's name.
The exhibition uses the golem figure to examine topics like creativity, creation, power, and redemption.
Kerry is in the midst of his final attempt to shape the Israel-PA conflict resolution in his image, and he has been going at it with everything he has including the kitchen sink.
Pres. Rivlin heads to Ukraine for the 75th commemoration of the Babi Yar Massacre.
Max Mannheimer was silent about his nightmare and depression for decades.
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.
Around 70% of Europe's Jews say they're afraid to go to synagogue for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
French President Francois Hollande tells a gathering that France doesn't have enough resources to prevent, let alone fight, the terror in its midst.
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%.
It's that time of year again, when pro-Gaza groups get antsy and they just have to launch a flotilla. This time, it's the women.
The famed Great Synagogue of Pilsen is returning to Jewish hands and hearts after 20 years as a Czech concert hall and art museum.
rime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his Luxembourg counterpart Xavier Bettel toasted strong diplomatic ties between the two countries Monday and pledged to build on an already strong economic relationship.
For more than two years, the Living Memorial has served as a site for regular talks, lectures, discussions groups, musical performances and commemorations.
Two gas canisters inside a vehicle parked outside a synagogue raised the alert for passersby and police in Marseille on the Sabbath; a week ago a failed car bomb was aimed at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Israel’s Foreign Ministry slammed the short-lived policy, saying the Palestinian Authority is “no longer satisfied with poisoning the minds of Palestinian youth. Now it wants to spread lies and misinformation among Czech youth as well.”
IAI has already entered into an agreement with the Czech company Retia to produce air defense radar systems.
PM Netanyahu heads to the Netherlands to meet with that country's leadership on a mission to improve bilateral ties.
Uzbekistani President Islam Karimov had led his nation since it declared independence 25 years ago; now there is a power vacuum and many citizens say they feel a double loss.
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.
The prime minister of Turkey has announced on national television that the long-time ruler of Uzbekistan has died.