VIENNA Austria’s largest urban transport firm for the first time commemorated the Holocaust, in a subway art installation in memory of hundreds
From its mountaintop perch, the University of Coimbra towers majestically over the downtown square.
Belgian Jewish groups welcomed the decision by their country’s foreign ministry to freeze funding for Palestinian schools following the renamin
SYDNEY A Jewish member of the Australian government advertised with taxpayer money perceived examples of anti-Israel bias in the media.
It’s lunchtime, and as they wait for their sandwiches at a kosher deli, 5 young Orthodox men have a lively discussion in Yiddish about Jewish texts.
KOBE, Japan Like many international smugglers, the one servicing the Jewish community of this port city 300 miles east of Tokyo has perfected his
Seeing armed police in riot gear outside a school in Barcelona, the Israeli lawmaker Ksenia Svetlova felt the instincts kick in from her days as
Jewish leaders were unaware of injuries to community members after clashes between police and would-be voters in an independence referendum.
As one of Europe’s oldest and most impressive Jewish buildings, this city’s Portuguese Synagogue is known far and wide for its majestic beauty.
DJERBA, Tunisia Anticipating the sun’s rapid ascent in the African skies, six barefoot men align themselves early in the morning in a drafty co