A Belgian company has refused to keep providing insurance to a Jewish kindergarten in Brussels, the European Jewish Association reported on Wednesday.
New York – A New York City detective heard on video berating an Uber driver and asking how long he’d been in the country has been stripped of his gun and badge.
Toronto – Al-Jazeera English journalist Mohamed Fahmy, who remains in Egypt on bail while awaiting trial on terror charges, said Wednesday Canada is refusing to issue him a new passport.
An indictment was filed on Thursday in the Center District’s military court against an IDF soldier accused of disclosing secret information and assisting an enemy.
Skopje, Macedonia – Macedonia’s main left-wing opposition leader has accused the head of the country’s intelligence service of taking a large bribe for a surveillance equipment deal with Israel in 2011.
New York – The police officer who screamed at an Uber driver and made racially charged comments in an obscenity-laced tirade has been identified as Patrick Cherry.
A grandson of billionaire energy mogul J. Paul Getty was found dead Tuesday in his LA home with a rectal injury, according to a report.
Brooklyn, NY – Twenty-three New York City doctors and medical workers have been charged with running an insurance fraud scheme in which they persuaded homeless and poor people to get unnecessary medical testing with promises of free shoes, prosecutors said on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu responded Wednesday to yesterday’s statement by a senior Iranian military official that Israel should be “wiped of the map”, once again criticizing international powers for softening their stance on Iran’s nuclear program while Tehran simultaneously pursues an ever more aggressive foreign policy.
New York – Shurat Hadin on Monday filed a war crimes complaint with the US Department of Justice against a range of Hamas commanders for indiscriminate rocket fire against Ben-Gurion Airport during the summer Gaza war.