An undercover agent who was gunned down earlier this year in an apparent gangland murder was revealed Monday to have successfully infiltrated crime syndicates, foiled plans for a string of attacks and helped gather information that led to the arrest of dozens of suspected underworld criminals.
A man was seriously injured in a car bombing outside a supermarket in the Haifa suburb of Nesher in what police said was likely an attempted gangland killing.
Three different fires were set on Monday by members of the Tanski gang, who are locked in Eshel prison in the south of Israel.
A federal judge in Manhattan on Monday refused to dismiss fraud charges against a former Platinum Partners hedge fund executive and a former union leader for New York City prison guards, who claimed their indictment was based on illegal wiretaps.
An enormous class action lawsuit submitted against Saudi Arabia by 1,400 family members of the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks has brought new details to light, while claiming that the Saudi embassy in the United States financed a “dry run” for the attack carried out by two Saudi agents.
Police are investigating a case of massive kashrut fraud in northern Israel.
The other day, I was sitting at a picnic with several friends when someone referred to Vladimir Putin’s Russia as a “mafia state.”
A Dallas Cowboys watch party in Texas turned deadly Sunday night with Eight people being gunned down in cold blood by man who barged in with an “automatic” weapon, reports say.
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev signed a pardon Monday for Israeli blogger Alexander Lapshin, who was sentenced to three years in prison for having entered the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh. The pardon went into effect immediately.
Sixteen years, several wars, three US presidents, 6,928 US soldiers killed, one million injured, hundreds of American contractors killed, trillions of dollars spent and 41 inmates still held at Guantanamo Bay.