Klaus Iohannis's statement dismissed an earlier claim by a senior lawmaker that the government has initiated the move contrary to the European Union's position.
A non-Jewish Holocaust education professional started a grassroots commemoration for murdered Jews.
Patrice Leclerc, the mayor of Gennevilliers, a suburb of Paris, unilaterally recognized a state of Palestine, but retracted it after fear of prosecution by the French government.
The Buenos Aires-based Hacoaj and Macabi sports clubs wore authentic uniforms of the Hakoah Vienna and Makabi Warszaw teams during a match on Sunday.
Andrzej Duda assured his Israeli counterpart, Reuven Rivlin, at March of the Living, an annual two-mile march from Auschwitz to Birkenau.
Guatemala was among the first nations to recognize Israel after it declared independence in 1948, and was the first country to establish an embassy in Jerusalem in 1959, before subsequently moving it.
As the Jobbik far right failed at reaching mainstream voters, the ruling Fidesz party apparently has successfully pandered to nationalist sentiment.
Empty desks at the State Department call into question America's commitment to combating the hatred of Jews, write two members of the House of Representatives.
The bill is a response to the 2016 book about the Holocaust titled “Our People," which is credited with breaking some taboos in Lithuanian society about collaboration during World War II.
As the World Cup nears, a popular Argentine team presents some harrowing tales about the sport.