France also established "de-radicalization" prison wings, where terrorists are kept in isolated cells, unable to communicate with and influence fellow inmates.
According to the French government, the country's museums are in possession of some 2,000 similarly unclaimed works.
“We encourage all eligible ex-pats in Israel and elsewhere to make sure they are on the electoral registry before the June 7 deadline to ensure they can vote."
Jewish travelers en route to Paris from Barcelona were pulled from the flight on the British EasyJet airline.
More than 500 security personnel as well as paramilitary gendarmes will patrol the Palais des Festivals area.
Israel's prime minister is among the top 10 most admired men in America, with the US president.
"The Quartet, which is supposed to guide the two parties to peace, has been largely irrelevant for the past several years."
Conservative Candidate Goldsmith, as well as Prime Minister David Cameron, repeatedly accused Khan of offering "platform, oxygen and cover” to religious and political extremists.
The London Mayoral result will be declared late in the day Friday, as will the results of 40 English local council votes.
Several local councils across the UK voted to boycott Israeli goods after 2009, when Israel refused to embrace the Hamas' need to shoot rockets at its civilian population.
PA Chairman Abbas assured the Norwegian FM that it's not Norway's money that is being used to pay the jailed terrorists.
NATO invites Israel to open a permanent office at its headquarters in Brussels - a major diplomatic upgrade for the Jewish State.
Britain's Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis adds his view to the boiling broth over anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.
Britain's Labour Party has actually suspended 50 members over the past two months due to anti-Semitism and racism, but only 13 were publicized.
Two 'mummy paintings' stolen by the Nazis from the heirs of a German publisher have been returned to his heirs.
"If I post something from Adele or Taylor Swift, you can bet it'll be gone in a few hours."
Initial findings of a police investigation indicate an Israeli tourist was beaten to death with bricks in Hungary.
MK Isaac Herzog, head of Israel’s Labour Party and Opposition leader said that he is “considering suspending relations” with British Labour.
"An orthodox Islam that does not respect our constitution or even contradicts it is incompatible with our legal system and culture."
The couple was arrested as part of an investigation conducted by the Italian anti-terror squad and the Special Operations Group fighting organized crime.