"The issue is not the numbers. The issue is who is doing what," Yoav Gallant said.
Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz accused the EU of "sucking up to Iran" and said the organization "doesn't really represent European nations."
Palestinians will mark Nakba Day today, following the violence that left 58 demonstrators dead on Monday.
Venezuela's national currency, the bolivar, has undergone huge drops and apparently now ranks well below the money used in the fictional world of the "Warcraft" series.
For decades, mainline Protestant denominations had united liberal leaders with more conservative churchgoers. That union proved unsustainable in the wake of 1968.
There is a largely (though not entirely) nonviolent reign of ideological terror in America. In almost every area of life, people fear antagonizing the left.
"This is the beginning of Armenia moving towards democracy," a resident told Newsweek.
Authorities prevented demonstrators from entering the Health Ministry facilities in Caracas.
The police commander instructed officers to prepare for protests starting April 19.
Israeli troops used rubber bullets, tear gas and live ammunition as up to 10,000 people demonstrated along the border.
The NRA claimed that "gun-hating billionaires and Hollywood elites" are exploiting children.
Alleging hens that supply eggs to Trader Joe's live in waste, the activist covered herself in waste as well.
"Obviously, this is why we have unintentional shootings involving children."
Tom Mauser lost his son in the Columbine shooting. In a symbolic demonstration, he traveled to Washington, D.C., wearing his son's old sneakers.
Kalashnikov USA has a facility near Marjory Stoneman High School in Parkland.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said, "It was the people who made the Islamic Republic of Iran so powerful."
Bannon will be the third former Trump official to speak at the University of Chicago since the election.
A demonstration called "Trump: Welcome to Hell" is expected to greet the U.S. leader when he arrives in Switzerland.
The unrest centers on rising costs and government austerity.