A first-of-its-kind photo exhibition has opened in Jerusalem featuring images of the Holocaust, the state-sponsored persecution and killing of 6 million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators during World War II. As VOA's Michael Lipin explains, organizers of the Yad Vashem exhibition say one of their goals is to explain the manipulation of Holocaust images for malign purposes. Warning: Some images in this report may be considered disturbing or offensive.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says gas deliveries to Ukraine have 'stabilized' after Russian gas giant Gazprom halted gas supplies to country earlier this week in latest energy dispute between Kyiv and Moscow
British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she is confident that a deal can be done on leaving the European Union but warned that 'no one will get everything they want' out of Britain's EU exit. In a key speech Friday, May urged both sides to move faster. The UK is to leave the EU at the end of March next year, but wants a two-year transition period. As Henry Ridgwell reports, there are growing doubts that a comprehensive deal can be reached within that time.