Five days after two North Koreans died at their lodgings in a hotel in the west of Moscow, speculation is growing in the Russian tabloids about the pair’s cause of death.
A Muslim man suspected in the violent murder of an elderly French-Jewish woman in Paris in early April may not face murder charges, as claims that he was not in his right mind when he committed the act are being considered.
Members of the Yerushalmi faction met Thursday in the Ramat Eshkol neighborhood of Jerusalem, to protest against their enlistment in the IDF and the arrest of haredi draft-dodgers by the police.
A court in Morocco sentenced to death a gardener who was convicted of murdering a Jewish couple last year in Casablanca.
Jerusalem – Police in Jerusalem arrested 16 young men in the Israeli capital’s haredi neighborhood of Me’a She’arim after they reportedly assaulted police officers posted to keep soldiers safe.
Hackers have gained access to OneLogin, an online password manager that offers a single sign-on to multiple websites and services.
A New York man has been arrested for allegedly defrauding victims of at least $70 million in a Ponzi scheme involving the re-selling of sports and concert tickets.
German authorities are investigating some 230 nursing services believed to becharging the government more than €1.2 billion annually for fictitious staff and hours spent on caring for the elderly and sick, media reported Tuesda.
The FBI said Wednesday it is looking for a man wanted for alleged “illicit sexual contact with minor” during the Wreath Laying Ceremony on Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery.
Footage has emerged online of a tourist allegedly throwing a glove at a Queen’s Guard in a bid to make him break protocol and pick it up.