Israel Mulls Hard-line Legislation After Attacks
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man prayers as Israeli rescue workers clean the scene of a shooting attack in a Synagogue in Jerusalem on Tuesday. (AP)
Israeli lawmakers on Sunday called for a series of hard-line measures, including a proposal to strip Palestinian attackers of their residency rights, in response to a wave of deadly violence. The measures are billed as a deterrent, but critics view them as racist policies that could further escalate tensions. [Full Story]
Germany Warns Russia May Be Trying to Split Up Ukraine
Germany's foreign minister expressed concerns that Russia is seeking to split up Ukraine by supporting separatists in the east and urged further dialogue with President Vladimir Putin's government. "I'm taking Russia at its word that it doesn't want to destroy the unity of...... [Full Story]
Pope to Urge Europe to Tackle Racism, Religious Intolerance
Pope Francis is expected to take Europe to task over racial and religious [Full Story]
Ministers were to vote Sunday on a controversial proposal to anchor in [Full Story]
Putin: I Will Not Be President for Life
Vladimir Putin says he will not remain Russia's president for life, but [Full Story]
North Korea's top military body Sunday warned of catastrophic consequences [Full Story]
President Petro Poroshenko evoked memories of the 1930s famine that killed [Full Story]
The US shale boom, which has challenged the rules of the global petroleum market, could soon face its own day of reckoning due to the supply glut it helped unleash.The impact from the drop in US oil prices from more than $100 a barrel in June to about $75 a barrel has so... [Full Story]
Poland's main opposition leader has suggested that local election results were falsified and said he will ask his supporters to protest them at a rally Dec. 13.Jarolslaw Kaczynski spoke Sunday, a day after Poland's electoral commission released the outcome of the Nov. 16... [Full Story]
Dozens of foreign and local journalists lit candles on Sunday to remember the 2009 murder of 32 journalists in the southern Philippines, the biggest recorded killing of media workers in history.No one has been convicted of the murders. Wearing black shirts with the words ... [Full Story]
Teenagers carrying weapons stand at checkpoints and busy intersections in Iraq's second-largest city, Mosul. Patched onto the left arms of their black uniforms are the logos of the Islamic Police.In Raqqa, the Islamic State group's de facto capital in Syria, boys attend... [Full Story]
Boko Haram gunmen killed 48 fish vendors in Nigeria's restive Borno State, near the border with Chad, the head of the fish traders association told AFP on Sunday. Scores of Boko Haram fighters blocked a route linking Nigeria with Chad near the fishing village of Doron Baga... [Full Story]
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