A former leader of the ultranationalist Jobbik party in Hungary was sent out of Canada prior to a speaking engagement in Montreal.
Israel’s Knesset passed legislation that will allow the state to detain illegal migrants without trial for one year.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will return this week to Jerusalem and Ramallah, his second visit in two weeks.
A former hotel security guard pleaded guilty to a federal civil rights charge for defacing a Jewish school’s Torah scroll and prayer books.
Archeologists working in the Krasinski Garden in Warsaw discovered fragments of two human skeletons that likely were buried there during the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.