Tehran – Hasan Nasrallah, the secretary general of Hezbollah, arrived in Iran on Sunday to receive urgent medical treatment for his cancer, after his condition recently deteriorated, Lebanese media reported on Monday.
Pope John Paul II had a close relationship with a married woman which lasted over 30 years according to letters which feature in a documentary being shown by the BBC on Monday.
The driver of the bus involved in a collision that left 6 people dead Sunday night was ordered kept in custody for three days, on suspicion of negligent manslaughter and of tampering with the investigation of the accident.
The Israel Prisons Service on Sunday decided that convicted rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto will serve his upcoming sentence for corruption under close medical supervision, due to health issues.
Latin American young adults ages 25-40 who are deeply interested in Jewish culture, education and leadership will meet in Havana.
Washington – U.S. Republican Senator John McCain said on Sunday he would subpoena 10 U.S. sailors to testify about their brief detention by Iran if the Obama administration does not provide the findings of an investigation into the incident by March 1.
MIDTOWN, Manhattan – NYPD officials are currently investigating allegations that former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer was involved in an alleged assault Saturday at the Plaza Hotel in Midtown.
BRANCHBURG, N.J. — A call from a distraught, blood-covered man led police to the bodies of two elderly people who were found inside his home, authorities said Sunday.
Israeli experts and an activist in contact with the remaining Jews in Damascus painted a bleak picture to The JP.
Former prime minister Ehud Olmert entered Wing 10 of Ma’asiyahu Prison on Monday to begin serving a 19-month sentence for bribery and obstruction of justice in the Holyland corruption case, which grew out of the years he was mayor of Jerusalem (1992-2003).