Turkey's Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu added that 164 migrants had been wounded by Greek authorities who are also trying to push the migrants back
Turkey has received 6 billion euros that are meant to help fund the humanitarian aid it provides refugees. So why is it claiming the EU didn't pay up?
On Tuesday, Netanyahu announced he would move forward with plan to build 3,500 housing units in area E-1, which could jeopardize establishment of a future Palestinian state
Unions and automakers ask for expansion of state-backed employment schemes
What's in a name? Rashela Mizrahi claims her ouster was politically motivated, not because she spoke in front of a sign stating ‘Republic of Macedonia’
Several member countries may push for recognition of a Palestinian state even if it isn't backed by a joint EU decision
Israel is attempting to squash the initiative, claiming that EU opposition to the Trump Mideast plan would only encourage Palestinian rejectionism
Israeli diplomats tell their counterparts European rejection of plan would only make it harder to convince Palestinians to enter negotiations
India's recent discriminatory citizenship law has triggered rare censure from Europe, a close economic and strategic ally. How far will India's foreign relations suffer as a result of Modi's violent crackdown on dissent?
Israel's Foreign Ministry says 'pursuing such conduct is the best way to ensure that the EU's role in any process will be minimized'
Sheffi Paz denounces ‘selective punishment,’ says trial is a show to placate the European Union
The historic move comes after 47 years on the post-World War Two project that sought to build the ruined nations of Europe into a global power
EU cautions, however, that Israel and the Palestinians needed to show 'a genuine commitment' to ending the conflict after the publication of Trump's Mideast peace plan
Trump reportedly threatened to impose a 25% tariff on auto imports if Britain, France and Germany did not formally accuse Iran of breaking the nuclear deal
The series of violations initiated by Iran did not produce the results it had hoped for, but Tehran is not the only party that needs to make its calculations
Foreign policy chief Josep Borrell 'left with no choice' as Tehran gradually rolls back its commitment to 2015 deal
The illustration, drawn by an Italian cartoonist, shows Boris Johnson waving a British flag as he flees from the Nazi death camp
EU funds support roughly 3.5 million Syrian refugees in Turkey, after Syria's war of over eight years killed hundreds of thousands and pushed millions out of their homes
In a decade of booming tourism, EU aviation pact was the pivotal event in cutting airfares, boosting competition
The EU has a new foreign policy chief. This is why he must resist pressure to deepen Europe's relationship with Israel any further
European Court of Justice ruling doesn’t single out Israel, government tells lawmakers
There is nothing ethical in trading in products made with stolen natural resources on stolen land. There can be no meaningful peace process that normalizes war crimes and violations of international law
The EU ruling on labeling settlement products elicited a hysterical reaction from the Israeli right, which wants to pretend there is no border between Israel and the occupied territories
Four years after decision, only 10 percent of wines from Israeli settlements in the West Bank are labeled as such
On Tuesday, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that member states must identify products from Israeli settlement by marking their origin on the label
European Court of Justice rules that not labeling settlement products could mislead consumers about Israel being 'an occupying power' in the Palestinian territories
"The EU stands firm in protecting freedom of expression and freedom of association," read the statement
Opinion Pakistan's Provocateurs Bring the Kashmir Conflict to Europe's Streets, and Radicalize Europe's Muslims
Pakistan is deliberately encouraging anti-Hindu, anti-Indian incitement and thuggish protests, fueling tension between diaspora communities. Who will stop their intimidation and violence, before it's too late?
Israel's right-wing is celebrating Brexit's blow to an 'institutionally hostile' EU, and back the ascendance of Europe's anti-Muslim populist nationalists. That response is unprincipled - and absurdly short-sighted