More than 200,000 Jews were killed, directly or indirectly, by Poles in World War II, says historian Jan Grabowski, who studied the brutal persecution of the victims. His conclusion: There were no bystanders in the Holocaust.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said Friday he was "determined" to do his best to facilitate a deal to reunify the divided Mediterranean island of Cyprus, declaring himself neither optimistic nor pessimistic of success. Guterres met with Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim in Istanbul for talks aimed at pushing for progress in reaching a Cyprus settlement, ahead of a whirlwind tour of five Arab countries. Asked about chances of success in solving the Cyprus problem, Guterres said: "I am not optimistic, I am not pessimistic.
44-year-old arrested at Gatwick Airport on suspicion of preparing terrorist attacks.
France strongly condemns terrorist attack in Petah Tikva, rocket fire on Eilat.
President Trump says he will take action as soon as next week to bolster national security after court blocks travel ban.
Authorities in Qatar have barred a prominent human rights lawyer and former justice minister from leaving the country, a rights group said on Friday. Najeeb al-Nuaimi was also a lead defence lawyer in ousted Iraqi president Saddam Hussein's trial, and has since voluntarily defended prisoners of conscience in the Gulf state.
Syrian President asserts that some of the millions of refugees who have fled his country conflict are “terrorists”.
Palestinian intelligence chief returns from Washington with positive messages, sources say; Ramallah is now waiting for the results of Trump’s meeting with Netanyahu.