Switzerland denounces anti-Semitism

Switzerland clarifies it condemns anti-Semitism following incident in which a Swiss hotel posted anti-Semitic signs.

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Haley: Iran can’t hold the world hostage

U.S. Ambassador responds to Iran's threats it will withdraw from nuclear deal if hit with new sanctions.

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Jewish groups, politicians furious over Trump’s far-right pandering

Anger and astonishment was expressed by a range of Jewish organizations and political figures on Tuesday after the president seemed ...
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Officials: North Korea can produce its own missile engines

U.S. intelligence officials say North Korea does not need to rely on imports to produce missile engines.

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The Latest: Strange, Moore head to runoff in GOP Senate race

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IDF soldiers run ‘hackathon’ for Autism

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United Nations, EU condemn Israel legalizing settlements on Palestinian land

EU foreign policy chief Mogherini addresses a joint news conference at the EU Commission headquarters in BrusselsBRUSSELS/UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – The European Union's foreign policy chief and the United Nations secretary-general on Tuesday criticized an Israeli move to legalize thousands of settler homes on Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank. The EU's Federica Mogherini said that the law, if it was implemented, crossed a new and dangerous threshold. "(It) would further entrench a one-state reality of unequal rights, perpetual occupation and conflict," she said, highlighting that the EU sees Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories as illegal.