Lila Faria, 19, at her home in Maplewood, N.J. Ms. Faria, a student at New York University, recently returned from a trip to the Middle East with the Taglit-Birthright Israel organization.
Protesters in support of Palestinians in Gaza last weekend displayed a swastika at a Paris rally. The demonstration had been banned by the government and prompted deployment of police.
The banking industry in Zurich is centered on a square called Paradeplatz, where companies like Credit Suisse are based.
Israeli officials said Second Lt. Hadar Goldin was abducted; two other soldiers were killed.
Nadezda Ivanovna, 84, of Slovyansk, a city held by pro-Russian rebels who have since fled.
Investigators from the Netherlands and Australia began on Friday to look for human remains in the 14-square-mile area of debris.
During his first meeting with the recently elected Nerendra Modi, the secretary of state tried to improve relations and close a divide over a trade treaty.
President Obama on Friday demanded that Hamas release a captured Israeli soldier unconditionally and expressed pessimism that another cease-fire could be reached.
Israeli soldiers prepare to enter Gaza.
Gunmen killed the lawmaker, Aden Madeer, as he left a mosque in Mogadishu. He was the fifth member of Somalia0s Parliament to be killed by insurgents this year.
The two Palestinians were fatally shot by Israeli security forces during clashes in the West Bank, according to the Palestinian news media.
A Ukrainian soldier and vehicles from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
0I liked the idea of producing feel-good programs that were about surpassing yourself and transmitting knowledge, 0 said Bouchra Rejani is one of the most successful television producers in France.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry departed from New Delhi on Friday.
Gay rights activists celebrated on Friday in Kampala, Uganda, after a five-judge panel announced that a punitive anti-gay law was invalid.
The Senate confirmed John F. Tefft as the United States' ambassador to Russia on Thursday night.
Disinfectant is used in an attempt to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus at a government building in Monrovia, Liberia.
Liu Wen, the director of China Central Television0s documentary channel, CCTV-9, and producer of the hit series 0A Bite of China,0 has been detained on suspicion of corruption.
Britain has finally made up the ground lost since the 2008 crash, but that does not assure electoral success for the Conservative Party.
A U.S.-Africa summit meeting needs to address how American policies have fostered a culture of abuse and rebellion.
A bear at a farm owned by Guizhentang Pharmaceutical, which makes tonics from bear bile.
On cellphones, security monitors and dashboard cameras, the residents of Kaohsiung captured the terrifying series of explosions that rocked their city.
Family members mourned on Thursday in Tel Aviv at the grave of Staff Sgt. Guy Algranati, 20, who was killed on Wednesday.
Thailand0s junta, which took power on May 22, appointed a 200-member interim legislature on Thursday.
A Greek government official said that a merchant vessel had been chartered by the Chinese government for the evacuation of hundreds of its citizens, but gave no further details.
The temporary asylum status of Edward J. Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor accused of leaking secret documents, has expired in Russia.
Rescue workers pulled eight survivors from the mud a day after a huge landslide hit the village of Malin in the Pune district of Maharashtra State in western India.
Norway0s government called off a weeklong terrorism alert on Thursday, saying an attack by a militant Islamist group with combat training in Syria was no longer seen as imminent.
Suspected gas explosions on Thursday night killed at least 24 people in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
Agency officials are enraged by strikes on its facilities and mounting civilian casualties in Gaza, while Israel accuses the United Nations of playing down Hamas0s role in the conflict.
A pro-North Korea newspaper quoted Kenneth Bae, an imprisoned American missionary, as saying that he felt abandoned by the United States.
About 200,000 displaced people in Gaza have packed into more than 80 schools run by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, which cares for refugees.
A classroom in Monrovia, Liberia, on Thursday. Liberia has announced school closings to help combat the Ebola outbreak.
Five-year-old Duaa and her family are Syrian refugees from Aleppo living in Istanbul. Some Turks have demanded that Syrians be sent away from the city.
The State Department asked Qatar to lift a travel ban against an American couple being held in connection with the death of their adopted daughter.
Pierre and Viviane Lambert in a French courtroom in January. They have appealed a ruling that their son could be allowed to die.
Servando G0mez, in an interview with Channel 4 News in Britain. He talked about his transition from schoolteacher to crime boss.
Secretary of State John Kerry, visiting a factory in New Delhi, is to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday morning.
The government charged the human rights activist Leyla Yunus and her husband with a variety of crimes and ordered Ms. Yunus to be detained for three months before her trial.
Jume Tahir, the head of China0s largest mosque, was attacked after morning prayers in Kashgar in the troubled region of Xinjiang.
People who repeatedly commit alcohol-related crimes will be forced to wear ankle tags that monitor their drinking, the mayor of London said.
Alexander V. Litvinenko, a former K.G.B. agent who became a critic of the Russian government, in 2006 after he was poisoned with radioactive polonium.
Mohammed Shinbary comforted his daughter Mahasin, 7, who was injured in an Israeli airstrike at the United Nation school in Beit Hanoun. He went to see her in the hospital in Beit Lahiya. July 24, 2014.
Lt. Col. James Bishop in Kabul, Afghanistan.