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
n Brussels police are still desperately hunting a dangerous terrorist after he fled a triple-suicide bombing in the city that left 34 dead, as American officials hunt for news on citizens who went missing during the attack and tend to nine more lying in hospital wounded. Read more
A federal judge in Argentina has rejected a request to reopen an investigation into allegations by the late special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, according to which former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner covered up Iran’s role in the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires. Read more
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
International arrest warrants have been issued for the suspects in the 1992 bombings of the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires, in which 29 people – four of them Israeli diplomats – were killed. The Argentinian High Court issued the warrants last Thursday, and over the weekend they were forwarded to Interpol. Read more
Buenos Aires – Argentinian archaeologists may have discovered a secret Nazi hideout deep in the jungles of the South American nation, AFP reported on Sunday, citing local media. Read more
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