Bensouda suggested it was in "the best interest" of Hamas and Israel to provide the needed information.
Hyon Yong Chol fell asleep at an event where North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un was present.
NY Times reports IDF evidence Lebanese villages are Hezbollah military bases with human shields.
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel says a nuclear deal with Iran doesn't look likely.
European rabbis honored French PM Valls on Tuesday for his role in fighting anti-Semitism.
Was the original CBC report, that Ottawa might target boycotters with hate crime charges, fueled by hate?
Another major earthquake struck northwest Nepal Tuesday morning, two weeks after at least 8,.000 people died in two quakes. The new earthquake registered 7.4 on...
Iran's clients and proxies use schools and hospitals to launch their attacks. The UN criticizes the other side for fighting back.
A Swedish trawler has become the lead vessel for a new flotilla attempt to break Israel's naval blockade of Gaza.
Volunteers at Chabad of Kathmandu are working to distribute waterproof tents to earthquake victims in Nepal ahead of moonsoon season.
Israel and Germany have signed a 430-million Euro contract to provide four ships to protect Israel's natural gas and oil rigs in the Mediterranean.
The Canadian government has expressed "zero tolerance" for boycotters of Israel.
North Korea claims to have fired a new ballistic missile from a submarine on Saturday.
Four buses in Copenhagen were found on fire on Friday morning, and a fifth bus was covered with anti-Israel graffiti.
He said that "the Zionists are celebrating" his defeat.
Hamas' mouthpiece George Galloway lost his seat. Cameron may have a majority.
Official tell CNN North Korea has capacity to reach American soil. U.S. bases in S. Korea in danger.
He says the government will "work against peace and stability," meaning it won’t adopt the Obama agenda.
There were reports this morning of explosions heard in the Sudanese city of Khartoum.
Shurat HaDin, an Israeli NGO specializing in International Law, opened a two-day conference in Jerusalem, Monday, "Towards a New Law of War,” which dealt with the rules of armed conflict, their interpretation and application.