The German weekly 'Der Spiegel' again outs its country's spy agency for spying. This time Israel was included.
First responders evacuated residents in the area of the blast, and ambulances were sent to the site.
It took years for the airline passenger to win a small claims lawsuit after the airline forgot his kosher meal.
Attorney David Toren is hunting for two museum-quality paintings stolen from his family by the Nazis.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem awarded an honorary doctorate to the president of Greece.
Prime Minister Netanyahu recently excoriated the European Union over these violations.
A Jew in Paris decided to liven things up a little towards the end of Purim at the synagogue ...
Chairman Gafni praised the Dutch government and Holland's ambassador to Israel Gilles Beschoor Plug, for "making the right decision."
Venetian Jews say the 500th anniversary of the world's first ghetto may present a lesson for new Muslim refugees.
Some Muslim Americans resent GOP candidates' calls for police surveillance in their communities - but not all.
Amjad Awad, who murdered Ehud and Ruth Fogel and their three children in 2011, has received an estimated £16,000 ($22,600) from the fund so far.
Interpol is deeply involved in dismantling the tightly woven terrorist network that threatens Europe.
It's taking time for police to untangle and dismantle the tightly-woven Belgian-French terrorist network.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel called the UNHRC a “cynical, shameless and hypocritical body, probably in need of urgent mental treatment.”
Terrorist in "advanced stages" of terrorist attack on France was taken into custody late Wednesday.
The United States has issued a warning to its citizens of an imminent terror threat in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam is refusing to cooperate with Belgian officials and now wants to return to France.
Israel has offered to help Belgium battle terrorism.
The sheer quantity of TATP the terrorists had on hand suggests their organization has increased and improved since the Paris attacks.
The third ISIS terrorist seen on CCTV footage at the Brussels airport is still at large. He was also the Paris bombmaker.
The UK has also dropped its advisory warning against travel to Belgium, but tells citizens to remain "vigilant."
Brussels authorities have told residents to remain in their homes as one ISIS terrorist is still at large.
There are 48 references to Belgian nationals within the ISIS registration questionnaires. 25 Belgians are identified on the martyrs' list.
Brussels police have found more bombs and suspicious objects after ISIS terror attacks in the morning.
"We feared additional attacks and contacted the families. To avoid panic, we asked that they take the children one at a time."