In the state of Israel’s early years, a number of parents in immigrant transit camps were told that their babies had died. Their families believe the babies were abducted by the Israeli authorities in the 1950s, and were illegally put up for adoption to childless Ashkenazi families, Jews of European descent. A younger generation is demanding answers.
Hundreds of thousands of land mines have stymied the Saudi-led forces in Yemen, and could pose a danger to civilians for decades to come.
The Senate should quickly follow suit and end United States complicity in the humanitarian horrors there.
A federal court orders Syria’s government to pay the American journalist’s family $302.5 million for what the judge called her deliberate killing.
A federal court in Washington ordered Syria to pay Marie Colvin’s family $302.5 million. The ruling could help ease the way for war-crimes prosecutions.
Protests set off by economic crisis and misrule have forged a tenuous unity among various ethnic and regional groups.
The death of a young doctor has given focus to nationwide protests calling for the ouster of Sudan’s longtime ruler, Omar Hassan al-Bashir.
The United States must ensure that a safe zone is guaranteed by international forces and not by Turkey.
With “Auschwitz. Not Long Ago. Not Far Away.,” the Museum of Jewish Heritage will devote much of its building to artifacts from that Nazi death camp.
The company, citing a human rights report it commissioned, said it was moving to prevent further abuses of its platform in Myanmar. Critics said they were unconvinced.