This man was caught for fowl play.
The trial of Israeli blogger Alexander Lapshin continued Tuesday in the capital of Azerbaijan, where the Baku Court of Grave Crimes heard testimony from residents of Nagorno-Karabakh, a territory disputed between two former Soviet republics, Azerbaijan and Armenia and which the Russian-Israeli blogger is charged with visiting and claiming that it belongs to Armenia.
A judge has told “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli (SHKREL’-ee) to keep his mouth shut at his securities fraud trial.
Police detained 33 people in Spain, Italy and Germany on Wednesday as part of a Europe-wide operation against suspected members of Italy’s Camorra crime group, law enforcement officials said.
MONSEY, N.Y. — A three-month-old boy who was struck by a car along with his mother and two siblings near a busy shopping center in Rockland County last week has died, police said Wednesday.
A Russian female journalist has filed a formal complaint against Argentina’s Diego Maradona, accusing him of forcefully removing her dress during an interview.
On Tuesday night, thousands of French Jews participated in a special event led by the rebbes of Satmar and Pshevorsk, and intended to strengthen Jewish education among French Jews.
As many as 100 firefighters from some 15 London Fire Brigade engines were deployed shortly before midnight Wednesday to put out a blaze that ripped through Talmud Torah Machzikei Hadass School for boys of the Belz Hasidic movement in Hackney, east London, local media reported.
The Vizhnitz hasidic sect is in a tizzy after discovering that dozens of falafels and other hot foods were sent in the past few days to the home of their rebbe, Rabbi Yisrael Hager, who lives in the Kiryat Vizhnitz section of Bnei Brak.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing Facebook of tracking users’ web browsing activity even after they logged out of the social networking site.