Pope Francis has landed in Israel for a two-day visit.
National Front leader Marine Le Pen called for the dissolution of the French national assembly on Sunday after exit polls showed her anti-immigrant, Eurosceptic party winning European Parliament elections in France.
Confectionery magnate Petro Poroshenko claimed Ukraine’s presidency on Sunday after exit polls gave him a clear absolute majority of first-round votes and he pledged to steer the ex-Soviet state into the European mainstream.
Belgian police were hunting on Sunday for an assailant who shot dead three people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels, and French authorities tightened security at Jewish sites following another attack that prompted fears of a rise in anti-Semitism.
Police said they arrested 26 people at a protest by Jewish nationalists on Sunday at the Cenacle in Jerusalem, the traditional site of Jesus’s Last Supper, where Pope Francis is due to hold a Mass on Monday.4
Pope Francis made a surprise stop at the hulking wall seen by many as a symbol of Israeli oppression — and pointedly endorsed a state of ‘Palestine.’20
An employee of the Jewish museum of Brussels died of injuries he sustained in the shooting there, bringing the death toll to four people.
The grandfather of the Santa Barbara rampage killer was a famed British photojournalist who took iconic photos at a liberated concentration camp.11
Pope Francis kicked off his Mideast trip with a stop in Jordan. Israelis fret his stop in the West Bank will prove a rallying cry for its enemies.
This article has been sent!Close