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Thessaloniki's Yiannis Boutaris hospitalized after being attacked at event commemorating Greeks massacred in Turkey in early 1900s
Woman and her brother said to be wearing religious clothing when they were attacked by unknown assailant who fled the scene
Defense minister lashes out at MK Ayman Odeh for confronting police after 'brutal' dispersal of Gaza solidarity protest that saw activist hospitalized
With country racked by heatwave, Sea of Galilee in north and other water sites see large holiday crowds
Ron DeSantis, a strong supporter of embassy move to Jerusalem, says he has presented proposal to the Congressional Committee on Foreign Affairs
Sources say PA leader suffered from fever, chest pains and may have pneumonia; his office says he is following up on ear surgery from last week
Located in the northern city of Dharamshala, the center caters to backpacking Sabras wandering the 'hummus trail' -- even during Shavuot
Tehran holds sway with some of Iraq's most powerful politicians, and it is trying to rally them as a bloc to undercut the cleric
Danny Danon says Kuwait's 'dangerous' document condemning Jerusalem and calling for international force in the Strip 'only reinforces Hamas's terror regime. Do not lend it a hand'
Capture of Damascus's southern neighborhoods would bring the entire city under government control for first time since 2011
22-year-old father of two reported to curse government as he burns himself in the street, is moderately injured
Unclear if tribute announced over loudspeaker by student was approved by principal; parents say they don't understand why school waded into conflict
Lewis was considered one of the leading scholars on the Middle East and Islam, and is credited with shaping the West's views on the region, the Washington Post reports
Pyongyang has said it may pull out of planned meeting with US leader over demands for 'unilateral nuclear abandonment'
Kurdish institution treats dozens of teenagers indoctrinated by IS. 'We consider them as humans, as victims of the war,' co-director says
Ad prepared for 'Nakba' commemorations says 'Our return is certain, and Jerusalem is the eternal capital of our state'
Pawel Pawlikowski's new work 'Cold War' follows a tempestuous love story based on his own parents, set against the backdrop of the Iron Curtain
Some advice on how to hike, glamp, bike and horseback ride around the country
Powers may try to entice Tehran with financial aid in return for curbing missile program and Mideast meddling, according to German newspaper
Cast unanimously supports 73-year-old actor, who was accused by former assistant and an actress of sexual harassment