As Jewish communities across Europe face growing anti-Semitism, Spain is allowing descendants of Spanish Jews to repatriate.
Sergeant William Shemin and Private Henry Johnson were recognized "for conspicuous gallantry" nearly a century after serving.
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Writer Nicholas Shakespeare talks to the greatest minds in the world while walking through the places that have shaped their lives.
The show's creator discusses characters, attitudes and context before the final episodes air.
Descendants of the 100,000 Jews who fled Spain in the 15th-century will be allowed dual citizenship.
The Jewish Community of Thessaloniki wants to use the reparation money to build a memorial monument.
The report found that a "profound sense of victimisation" has led to some Greeks holding antisemitic views.
The conference follows calls from a top European rabbi for armed security guards in Jewish communities.
The school's vice chancellor called the demand "outrageous, preposterous" and a violation of the country's constitution.
Anti-Semitism is a particularly sensitive subject in Germany, even 70 years after the end of the Holocaust.
The number of anti-Semitic incidents in Britain had risen to a record level last year, prompting an inquiry.
British Jews look to emigration as fears of anti-Semitism grow.
Rabbi Menachem Margolin of the European Jewish Association wants a change in law to allow Jews to arm themselves.
One Jewish protection group with 3,000 volunteers say they are increasing community training.
Steven Sotloff's parents will light the first candle for the Jewish holiday at a public ceremony Tuesday in Miami in memory of their son.
Police shot a man after he stabbed a 22-year-old Israeli student in the head.
There have been a marked increase in attacks on Jewish people since the summer