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A 19-year-old suspect in Berlin's most recent anti-Semitism attack was convicted to four weeks' juvenile detention.
FIFA is trialling out VAR (video assistant review) technology before the 2018 World Cup ahead of the tournament that starts in June
President Reuven Rivlin, Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman attended a military ceremony
If you want to fight plastic pollution in the oceans it's better to reduce consumption rather than recycle, experts say.
With a total population of 2.4 billion people from 53 states, we take a closer look at the Commonwealth, an organisation critics describe as the British Empire 2.0.
Miguel Díaz Canel governed his native Santa Clara
At New York's Met Opera, experienced tenor Plácido Domingo offers a stunning performance in "Luisa Miller" by Verdi, alongside his wonderful prodigy Sonya Yoncheva.
Legendary tenor Plácido Domingo talks about his pride of performing with prodigy Sonya Yoncheva, who makes her debut in 'Luisa Miller' at New York's Met Opera.
Britain is pressing its Commonwealth allies to take action against marine waste, mainly plastic, and is ready to commit over 70 million euros to limit how much plastic waste ends up in the ocean
The late Austrian pediatrician Hans Asperger, known for his pioneering work on autism, assisted in the Nazi regime’s euthanasia programme in Austria, a new study revealed on Thursday.
Video prompts investigation by interior ministry.
We meet a surfing scientist and toxic algae hunters to see how Sentinel-3 satellite data is used to study the coastline of the English Channel in this month's episode of Space.
Will we ever find intelligent alien life out there? Where should we look for extraterrestrials in our galaxy? We put those questions to SETI Institute Senior Astronomer Seth Shostak in #AskSpace
Switch comes just weeks before GDPR implementation
Igor, of the Szeged Zoo in Hungary, is the first Siberian tiger to receive the Lipogems stem-cell procedure for hip joint pain.
Qatari forces participated in joint military exercises that ended in Saudi Arabia this week, in an apparent sign of some compromise among U.S.-allied Arab states locked in a nearly year-long dispute.
The attack shocked Europe and led to more security around Jewish institutions
Fidel and Raul Castro had ruled the Carribean island since the 1959 revolution
Artists have produced beach artworks to raise awareness about plastic pollution in the world's oceans.
Sindri Thor Steffanson managed to escape to Sweden on an Icelandair flight also carrying the prime minister
In this edition of The Brief from Brussels we bring you a report on the debate in the European Parliament about the current situation in the Gaza
The first commercial cinema will open in Saudi Arabia on Friday, putting an end to a 35-year-old ban, as the conservative Muslim Kingdom looks to open up culturally.
What is the Commonwealth, what issues does it face, how will Brexit affect it and is it going to grow?
Flaunt your alma mater, your favorite sports team, or your city pride.
One of the world's natural wonders will never be the same again according to a new report published on Thursday.
President Donald Trump warned Wednesday he would walk away from his upcoming summit with Kim Jong Un if it wasn't going to be 'fruitful.'
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration issued a statement asking graduating high school students to refrain from having sex on roundabouts as it can be "too much of a surprise for drivers."
Parliament renews commitment to two-state solution
Dozens of opposition protesters attempted to block government buildings in Armenia's capital to prevent the new prime minister Serzh Sarksyan from chairing the first cabinet meeting on Thursday.
Visitors enjoyed cones of ice cream while they sun bathed in Paris' parks, as temperatures soared on Wednesday.