British pop star Robbie Williams landed in Israel Thursday evening ahead of his very first concert in the Jewish state this Saturday.
Denmark – Copenhagen’s public transport agency on Thursday ordered the immediate removal of posters opposing Israeli settlements on the capital’s city buses after getting “a considerable amount of complaints.”
The jilted ex-wife of Russia’s richest man, Vladimir Potanin, is suing for half of his business empire, which includes mining giant Norilsk Nickel and conglomerate Interros, a news report said Wednesday.
Argentinian politicians have passed a law aimed at providing financial compensation to the victims of the 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish centre.
Lawyer Tells How She Smuggled Drugs Into Jail For Michael Douglas’ Son After Falling In Love With Him
The young lawyer who lost her job after she was discovered to have been smuggling drugs into prison for the son of Michael Douglas is telling her story in a new book.
NEW YORK – More than 120 people were arrested at a massive rally in New York City to protest the death of Freddie Gray, a Baltimore man who was critically injured in police custody.
A fired Al Jazeera America employee is suing the network alleging a hostile work environment that included “discriminatory, anti-Semitic and anti-American remarks.”
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko criticized on Wednesday a Jewish regional governor in Belarus for not taking the country’s Jewish population “under control” as he had ordered.
Washington – The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2012 helped facilitate a ransom payment from the family of American hostage Warren Weinstein to al Qaeda in an unsuccessful attempt to get him released, the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday.