Argentinean special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was investigating the 1994 AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires when he died, was the victim of a homicide, that country’s attorney general for criminal appeals Ricardo Sáenz declared on Thursday.
The judge overseeing a US government attempt to force Apple Inc to unlock an encrypted iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters made it clear she expected a full briefing on the technological details involved in prosecutors’ request.
A new ISIS propaganda video threatens Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in the ongoing battle over the terrorist group’s access to social media.
The February 7th stabbing of an Israeli soldier by a Sudanese infiltrator was inspired by the ISIS terror group, Israel’s Shin Bet security force revealed on Thursday.
“Jerusalem, like London, is a city where every resident has the right to live where he wants and were discrimination based on religion, race or sex is prohibited,” said Mayor Nir Barkat in a press release on Thursday.
Eitan Haya, the one-time head of a New York-based Israeli crime organization was sentenced in the Tel Aviv District Court on Thursday to 20 years in prison on offense related to extortion and violence.
After signing a bill targeting anti-Israel boycotters, President Barack Obama pledged not to enforce one of the law’s clauses extending the anti-boycott protections to Israeli businesses operating in “Israeli-controlled territories”.
A Rockland County village meeting devolved into a scene out of Maury Povich on Tuesday night when a resident accused the mayor of using his “power” to have sex with his wife.
BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn – The Brooklyn District Attorney has dismissed rape charges against five young men in Brownsville.
The Foreign Ministry has declared that “Israel condemns the Iranian ambassador to Lebanon’s announcement that his country will financially support Palestinian terrorists and their families.”