A French court decided to adjourn the corruption trial of the son of Equatorial Guinea’s president until June 19. Proceedings in the case against Teodorin Obiang have come to a halt two days after they had begun.
Deutsche Bank’s head of financial crime and anti-money laundering is stepping down just six months after he was hired to help improve systems and controls even as the bank faced charges ranging from sanctions breaches to mortgage mis-selling.
CNN issued an apology after one of its paid commentators called WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange “a pedophile” during a live broadcast Wednesday morning.
French Jews accused a left-wing presidential candidate of encouraging Holocaust denial following his comparison of the Nazi persecution of Jews to the situation of French Muslims today.
A 32-member crack cocaine-trafficking ring was brought down and 21 members hauled into a Manhattan courtroom on conspiracy and related charges Wednesday.
Israel-American billionaire and media mogul Haim Saban, one of the Democratic Party’s biggest donors, on Wednesday issued a scathing criticism of the Obama administration’s recent anti-Israel actions.
ashion blogger Arielle Noa Charnas experienced a pretty uncomfortable situation in her flight on December 29. She and her daughter, Ruby, were on a six-hour flight from New York to Los Angeles.
Police in the city of Uman in Ukraine arrested an Israeli man they suspect of defacing a large crucifix as payback for the desecration of a synagogue last month.
The federal prosecutor in Germany announced on Monday the indictment of a Pakistani man allegedly commissioned by Iran’s regime to spy on the head of the German-Israel Friendship Society and on economic entities.
Beny Steinmetz, owner of mining group BSG Resources, has been released without charge by Israeli police after being held under house arrest in connection with bribery allegations.