Britain’s opposition Labor Party leader Ed Miliband dismissed criticism of his decision to commission a “Moses-style” stone tablet etched with his promises before an election on Thursday, saying it made a serious point.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned anti-Semitism during a ceremony to make 70 years since the liberation of the Nazis’ Dachau concentration camp.
Israeli security guards shot and wounded a Palestinian who tried to stab one of them on Monday at a light railway station in Israeli-occupied East Jerusalem, police said.
A memorial plaque honoring Ilan Halimi, a young Jewish man who was kidnapped and tortured to death nearly a decade ago, was vandalized in suburban Paris.
Israeli mounted police charged hundreds of Ethiopian-Israeli citizens and fired stun grenades on Saturday to try to clear one of the most violent protests in memory in the heart of Tel Aviv.3
Marine Le Pen said on Sunday she no longer wanted her father to speak on behalf of the French far-right National Front party that he founded and she leads, a day before he may be sanctioned by the party for his comments about World War Two.
Major roads in central Tel Aviv were blocked off by at least 1,000 Ethiopian demonstrators and their supporters protesting police brutality against Ethiopian Israelis.
Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter completed a three-day visit to Israel and the West Bank without meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Reuven Rivlin.4
Missing Israeli hiker Or Asraf has been found dead in the remote Langtang area of Nepal.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called Israeli criticism of the framework agreement with Iran “hysteria” and said that the deal would be “forever.”
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