An 18-year-old girl committed suicide in front of her family at their Texas home after what relatives say were months of relentless torment on social media.
Police scored big on Thursday, when they recovered several million dollars in cash and counterfeit Samsung and Apple electronics.
Sara Netanyahu, the wife of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, was questioned by the Israel Police anti-corruption unit for 12 hours Thursday over alleged financial irregularities at the Prime Minister’s Residence.
In January 1972, Operation Simon entered its final stage. A team from Service A, a key department in the KGB’s First Chief Directorate (which was responsible for collecting intelligence and special operations outside the USSR) traveled to Paris to gathered intelligence ahead of the operation.
Tragedy struck the Williamsburg community on Thursday, when 21-year-old Moshe Yehuda Viner was R”L killed in an accident on Kent Avenue on Thursday morning.
A Kenyan prosecutor has charged two Iranian men with collecting information to carry out a terrorist attack after they were allegedly found with video footage of the Israeli embassy.
Suspected organized crime figures Meir and Yitzhak Abergil boarded a U.S. federal plane on Wednesday headed for the United States, more than two years after the first request for their extradition.
The British home secretary, Amber Rudd, pledged $17 million on Wednesday to provide guards for every Jewish school, college, synagogue and nursery school, the Telegraph of London reported.
Netanyahu’s former chief of staff, Gil Sheffer, is the prime minister’s confidant under investigation over the past month and a half on suspicion that he sexually assaulted a woman.
Almost 3,500 individuals and companies in the Panama Papers are probable matches for suspected criminals including terrorists, cybercriminals and cigarette smugglers, according to a document.