Contents: Muslim vs Catholic violence surges again in CAR capital city Bangui; Angry protesters bring corpses to MINUSCA headquarters in Bangui; The self-defense group The Force gets revenge; Central African Republic crisis civil war continues
TEL AVIV – The Womens March leader who was lambasted for supporting virulently antisemitic Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan was in Israel on a tour last week with the George Soros-funded Center for Constitutional Rights.
TAIPEI, TAIWAN — Taiwan on Sunday thanked the White House for standing up to China, after Beijing recently threatened U.S. airlines to change the way they listed Taiwan on their websites.
KABUL, Afghanistan — A bomb blast inside a mosque in eastern Afghanistan that was being used as a voter registration center killed at least 12 people and wounded 33, officials said.
The oldest and smallest standing army in the world, the Vatican Swiss Guard, is getting a partial wardrobe makeover, with new 3D-printed PVC helmets to replace their traditional metal headgear.
Israeli military aircraft struck a Hamas site in the northern Gaza Strip used as a launching pad for incendiary kites Saturday night, the military said Sunday.
TEL AVIV – Footage of Palestinian protesters faking injuries and using children as human shields in border riots was released by the IDF Saturday night.
TEL AVIV – A video of 50 IDF soldiers in uniform singing a well-known love song in Persian has gone viral on Iranian social media.
BERLIN — Germany has said it will stand up for Israels interests and security if it wins a non-permanent seat on the U.N. Security Council.
Irans president is warning President Donald Trump that pulling America out of the nuclear deal with world powers would be a “historic regret.”
Dozens of Palestinians broke into the Gaza side of the Kerem Shalom border crossing between Israel and the Hamas-run Strip on Friday evening, setting fire to the gas pipeline that supplies fuel to the Strip, the army said.
Over 20,000 migrants have travelled to Europe by sea in the first 122 days of 2018, according to the UN Migration Agency.
A Palestinian video aired on Al Jazeera over the weekend shows demonstrators at Fridays Gaza border protests breaching the border and entering Israeli territory unchallenged.
An explosion in the central Gaza strip on Saturday killed at least six members of Hamas military.
The popular Irish rock band U2 tweeted their support for legalizing abortion in Ireland on Tuesday and received a tidal wave of reactions from pro-life fans dismayed with the groups support of killing the unborn.
Unknown assailants destroyed several Jewish headstones in a cemetery in a southwestern suburb of Athens, Greek police said Saturday, announcing they would launch an investigation.
CAIRO — Egyptian police have arrested an atheist blogger who was previously detained for promoting his views, a rights lawyer said on Saturday.
The Vatican has denied reports that it entered into an agreement with the government of Saudi Arabia to build Christian churches in the country.
The former communications director for the Vatican who was forced to resign after his office digitally altered a photo has delivered a talk on “fake news” at a high-profile conference in Rome.
Contents: Residents of Yemens Socotra island protest UAE military deployment; Rift grows between Saudi Arabia and UAE in Yemen
EU boss Jean-Claude Juncker argued Marx should not be judged for the Communist atrocities that took place in his name.
The Boston Globe reported on Friday that former Secretary of State John Kerry has been secretly working with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif to save the Iran nuclear deal, which the Trump administration has strongly criticized and might renegotiate or cancel within the next two weeks.
Swedish immigration minister Helene Fritzon said Friday that current immigration levels in the Scandinavian country are nearly “double” what the country can handle, and released a proposal to cut them in the future.
The hospital in Sadiq Khans London which U.S. President Donald Trump described as a “war zone” following a wave of deadly knife attacks has issued a statement responding to the controversy.
Russia stressed that it plans to stand by its ally Tehran in opposing changes to the Iran nuclear deal amid the looming May 12 deadline for U.S. President Donald Trump to decide whether to reimpose sanctions on the Islamic Republic, a move that could imperil the agreement.
Intelligence officials from France, the UK and Germany visited Israel in recent days and were briefed on Israeli findings gleaned from a trove of captured Iranian documents on the Islamic republics past nuclear weapons development, Channel 10 news reported.
TEL AVIV – A surfeit of Arabic-language newspapers have recently published articles discussing Israels superiority over Arab states, saying Israels strong democratic ethos and its willingness to prosecute its leaders is partly why it the only stable country in the region, a Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) report released this week said.
President Trump highlighted reports of London looking like a “war zone” amidst surging knife crime, as he defended U.S. gun laws at the National Rifle Association (NRA) conference.
Six of the 200 alt-left Antifa extremists arrested on May 1st in Paris were presented before a court this week, with several of the alleged rioters coming from upper-middle class backgrounds.
The highest-ranking officer in the U.S. Marine Corps described the American forces in Afghanistan as “Mujahideen” freedom fighters, or Muslim holy warriors, triggering criticism from some analysts.
In an interview with Fox News conducted from a prison run by the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces coalition, former ISIS fighter Hamza Nmeie warned that the Islamic States ideology will survive the collapse of the “caliphate” and inspire new groups obsessed with defeating the United States.
Five top Trump administration officials are returning from two days of trade meetings with officials in China, bringing with them the message that the administration needs to give “immediate attention” to changing the U.S.-China trade and investment relationship.
China deploys cruise and surface-to-air missiles in South China Sea; Chinas military attacks US pilots in Djibouti with high-grade blinding lasers
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás has threatened an “armed revolution” should he lose this months presidential election.
The Afghan governments control of its population has increased one percent since December, from 64 percent to now 65 percent, according to the Special Inspector General on Afghanistan Reconstruction.
The Defense Department announced on Wednesday it has banned the sale of smartphones made by the Chinese corporations Huawei and ZTE on U.S. military bases, describing them as an “unacceptable risk to the Departments personnel, information, and mission.”
“The trip is being scheduled,” Trump said. “We now have a date and we have a location. Well be announcing it soon.”
National Security Adviser John Bolton on Friday dismissed a New York Times story about plans for a troop drawdown in South Korea as “utter nonsense.” The Pentagon also said the report is “false,” and President Donald Trump stated that a troop withdrawal is “not on the table.”
President Donald Trump ridiculed special counsel Robert Muellers investigators looking for possible charges of obstruction of justice, calling such accusations “nonsense.”
Previously unseen Dead Sea Scroll fragments, which had been stored in cigar boxes since archaeologists unearthed them in the 1950s, were identified and unveiled at an international conference on Tuesday in honor of the 70th anniversary of the scrolls discovery in Jerusalem.
The United Nations Climate Change Secretariat released its first ever annual report this week, in which it held up its “Gender Action Plan” as a key to increasing the participation of women in responding to global warming.
White House National Security Adviser John Bolton dismissed a New York Times story reporting that President Donald Trump was exploring the option of reducing the amount of troops in South Korea.
MUNICH, Germany — Diethild Heubel pulls a precious document from a binder: a yellowed decades-old letter, neatly handwritten by her father, a German soldier taken prisoner at the end of World War II.
DJERBA, Tunisia — Thousands of people participated in an annual Jewish pilgrimage to Tunisias famed Ghriba synagogue, which ended Thursday night without incident under heavy security.
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman sought assurances from Russia on Thursday that its advanced missile defense systems wont be used against Israeli jets over Syria, and he called on Moscow to condemn Iran for its repeated threats against the Jewish state.