France is home to about 600,000 Jews. Until recently 2,000-3,000 had been leaving the country each year. But now that number has jumped dramatically. Many French Jews are convinced that anti-Semitism has become socially acceptable in their country.
Anti-Semitism is on the rise in Europe, with public figures trying to "brush over" past crimes against Jews, CoE human rights chief Nils Muiznieks told DW. The official also urged teaching European values to migrants.
MEPs have revoked the elderly far-right leader's immunity over anti-Semitic comments made in 2014. It is a move likely to be hailed by French prosecutors, who have sought to charge him with inciting racial hatred.
Despite enduring memories of the Holocaust and fears of a brain drain, Israeli artists continue to move to Berlin. Events like the ID Festival reveal how the city helps them forge identities in an unlikely place.
UNESCO's World Heritage Committee has approved a controversial resolution on the conservation status of a key holy site in Jerusalem. The decision has angered Israel and its allies.
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