Trove of Suspected Nazi Artifacts Found In Argentina

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – In a hidden room in a house near Argentina’s capital, police believe they have found the biggest collection of Nazi artifacts in the country’s history, including a bust relief of Adolf Hitler, magnifying glasses inside elegant boxes with swastikas and even a macabre medical device used to measure head size. Read more

Alberto Nisman Was Murdered

A special prosecutor appointed to investigate the 1994 terrorist bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires did not commit suicide, but was the victim of murder, a soon-to-be released report by Argentinian intelligence services acknowledges. Read more

Orthodox Party Wins Control Of AMIA Jewish Center In Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina – An Orthodox party has won an outright majority in elections for the leadership of the AMIA Jewish community center here, representing a power shift in local Jewish politics. Read more

Teva Bribery Settlement Raises Questions on Argentina, Romania Probes

A half-billion dollar settlement reached between Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. and the US government last week for the resolution of criminal charges in the bribery of officials in Russia, Ukraine and Mexico raises questions about the fate of other Teva bribery probes, in Argentina and Romania. Read more

Israeli Crime Lord Nabbed In Argentina

Argentinian police have taken an Israeli crime boss into custody, after the suspect fled Israel following allegations of attempted murder and conspiracy. Read more

UK Opens Files on Israeli Arms Sales To Argentina During Falklands War

Newly declassified British documents have provided details on reported Israeli arms sales to Argentina before and during the United Kingdom’s war with Great Britain over the Falkland Islands in 1982. Read more

Alberto Nisman Was Killed, Top Argentine Prosecutor Says

Argentinean special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was investigating the 1994 AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires when he died, was the victim of a homicide, that country’s attorney general for criminal appeals Ricardo Sáenz declared on Thursday. Read more

Buenos Aires – Argentina Bus Crash Leaves 43 Border Patrol Officers Dead

Buenos Aires – A bus carrying Argentine border patrol officers blew a tire and tumbled from a bridge into a dry river bed in the northern province of Salta on Monday, killing 43 and injuring eight, authorities said. Read more

Argentina Won’t Seek To Revive Pact With Iran on 1994 Jewish Center Bombing Probe

Argentina’s new government will not appeal a court’s decision to strike down a deal with Iran over investigating a deadly 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish community center, a government source said on Friday, putting the long-running controversy to rest.  Read more

Argentine Jews Reject any Dialogue With Iran In bombing

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Argentine Jewish leaders on Friday renewed denunciations of a government plan to work with Iran to investigate Argentina’s worst terrorist attack. Read more