The fall of Aleppo could mark the approaching final days of the Syrian rebel armies, bringing Syria closer to an end of the civil war begun in 2011, and a return of Assad's government control over the country's five major cities.
In a near-meaningless organization, where only about an eighth of the members bothered to vote for president, a full 89 of those picked a guy who advocates a boycott of Israel.
A project of the Jewish Agency for Israel, Project TEN, aims to help children in Uganda.
Israel has been selected to join the Commission on the Status of Women, under UN Women, for a 4-year term.
There are 250,000 Jews in Germany, but few Germans know a Jew personally, according to Rent-a Jew.
Trump Transition Team sources say the president-elect has chosen a man like himself for Secretary of State.
Also, Literature? How is Dylan getting a prize for literature when he's a songwriter? Who makes the decisions over there, the Norwegian parliament? (Yes).
A US official confirms the ISIS terrorist behind the Charlie Hebdo, Hyper Cacher attacks, is dead.
The law allows the heirs six years to sue in US court from the day they become aware of the existence and location of the looted object.
An important UN committee votes this week on a blacklist against international companies with links to Israel.
According to Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov, President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Netanyahu hold regular telephone conversations.
PM Netanyahu and Honduran Pres. Hernandez agreed to tighten bilateral, security and technological ties.
Iran's third largest airline is banned from flying through European air space due to safety restrictions.
Vapiano, the German fast casual restaurant chain offering Italian food across Europe and the US, is pulling its ads because "the positions held by Breitbart.com contrast with Vapiano's values, such as openness and tolerance."
Prominent Palestinian Authority Fatah politician Nasser Abu Baker is also a well-known reporter for AFP of France.
ThyssenKrupp's revelation came a week after the attack which hit a million routers, resulting in outages for Deutsche Telekom customers.
The Limbach Commission, a panel set up by Germany to return Nazi-looted art in public collections, has already issued a recommendation against returning a painting by Gris that used to hang in Flechtheim’s Berlin apartment.
He visited the Bank of England and met the Chief Cashier, who presented him with one of the notes which he had forged in the concentration camp more than sixty years earlier.
Israel has already announced it would not attend an international conference.
PM Netanyahu travels next week to Kazakhstan, which begins a 2-year stint on the UN Security Council. No Israeli prime minister has ever visited.
UK self-described fascist Joshua Bonehill-Paine was convicted for anti-Semitic internet rants against a Jewish MP. He's already serving time on other charges.
Key is often asked why he didn't speak any German, considering his Austrian roots, and his response is: “The simple answer is my mother refused to teach me. She did not want to reflect on her history.”
US Secy John Kerry spoke of his love for Israel, his frustration over settlements and the peace process, and his fears about the future.
Amsterdam police and the counterterror unit uncovered a jihadist plot to attack a synagogue and arrested the wannabe terrorists.
Thousands of Israeli Ethiopians marked the Day of Sigd in Jerusalem this week. It's an echo of the First Temple era.