Wednesday, May 24, 2017
The centrist Emmanuel Macron is a hit with young professionals, but the leader of the far-right National Front believes she'll attract more voters who feel left behind by immigration and globalization.
The murder of a Prague researcher on Jewish heritage has instigated a police investigation in the Czech Republic.
The Jewish community in a small Greek town is suing for the return of funds paid out during Nazi occupation.
Germany presented Abe Foxman with the government’s highest civilian honor for devoting his life to fighting anti-Semitism and hate.
A group of rare religious texts has been made available online thanks to a joint effort of the Vatican library and the Bodlein Libraries at Oxford.
The paramedics, who use motorcycles, are part of the Hatzalah emergency service focused on the 12,000 haredi Jews living in the Jewish Quarter of Antwerp.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in France over the weekend, visiting the kosher shop where 4 Jews were killed Friday in a hostage situation.
Only two lawmakers from a center-left party abstained in the vote on ending the slaughter of animals if they are conscious.
Google is apologizing after naming a Berlin intersection after Hitler on its Google Maps platform.
A major Norwegian Bank issued a card with an anti-Semitic caricature of a Jew wearing a black coat and a tallit and smiling at a background of gold coins.


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