In France, a heinous murder brings Muslim-Jewish tensions to the fore Karina Piser The latest in a wave of violence against Jews is drawing attention to the changing face of anti-Semitism. Russian election meddling 'biggest intelligence coup in history' VIDEO: Watch highlights from ICWA's panel "Russia and the US: What Next?" Violence and displacement under Boko Haram Onyinye Edeh Four years after the Chibok kidnapping, little has been done to to protect Nigerians from a militant group that is upending life for millions. Apply for an ICWA fellowship Letters of interest are due by June 15. Between the wo-wo’s Matthew Chitwood Routine and vulnerability in a day in the life of a Chinese village. The Daily Beast: Neri Zilber on Gaza's tragedy Why thousands have been willing to risk harm—if not death—in an attempt to infiltrate into Israel. Converting to Islam in the secular republic Karina Piser A determined girl tests the French law banning religious symbols in schools. The Atlantic: Karina Piser on French call to change the Quran A French manifesto urges excising calls for the murder and punishment of Jews, Christians and nonbelievers. Holding Nigeria's law enforcers to account Onyinye Edeh A landmark ECOWAS court ruling is a first step in the fight against sexual harassment. PRI: Jonathan Guyer on the arrest of an Egyptian satirist Abu Zeid is likely to be tried under a stringent new counter-terrorism law indiscriminately deployed against perceived dissenters. The New Yorker: Nicholas Schmidle on retributive hacking Congress is considering legislation that would permit victims of cybercrimes to hack back. The Atlantic: Neri Zilber on Israel 'fake news' that proved true In the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, reality is often stranger than fiction.