A Canadian man has been charged in the United States with conspiring to send equipment used to test missile systems to Iran.
Lithuanian intelligence services say Moscow’s speed could leave Nato with no option other than to have military forces deployed in the region ready for action.
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman, Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan and Police Commissioner Roni Alshich today (Tuesday) visited the counter-terror Yamam Special Operations Unit.
Federal immigration authorities have made 109 requests to the NYPD to detain people since Jan. 1 and the city hasn’t helped out on any of them.
Cyber crook Paul Dixon has admitted targeting websites belonging to two police forces and British Airways.
Kim Dotcom appears ready to fire up his online file-sharing empire again, with the internet entrepreneur, wanted in the US on racketeering and copyright charges, posting a sneak peak of Megaupload 2 and a new bitcoin payment system, Bitcache.
A high-flying Turkish-Iranian businessman is busted in Miami, accused of laundering money for Iran.
The Oscar-winning director Roman Polanski has failed in his bid to bring an end to his long-running rape case.
An Indian imam in Singapore who was ordered deported after speaking against Jews and Christians during a sermon visited a synagogue to apologize for his remarks.
The same day the city’s health commissioner confirmed that two mohels have been banned from practicing the risky circumcision ritual metzitzah b’peh, the health department quietly adopted a more stringent policy against mohels linked to newborns who develop herpes simplex virus-1.