A South African performance artist who tied a live rooster to his penis during an impromptu open-air show near the Eiffel Tower was found guilty on Monday of “sexual exhibitionism”, but the Paris court did not impose a sentence, prosecutors said.
Martin Indyk, U.S. special envoy to the Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, reportedly will resign from his position following the recent failure of the U.S.-backed talks.10
Belgian police used a water cannon to disperse a crowd of people that gathered for an anti-Semitic event.
Gary Becker, whose work applying the principles of economics to a wide range of human behavior won the Nobel Prize in 1992, has died at age 83, the University of Chicago said on Sunday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, complaining he has to rely on “some antenna they stick on a window”, says he lacks reliable and encrypted communications on the chartered aircraft that fly him on visits overseas.
The family of an Israeli soldier killed in the Yom Kippur War discovered an empty grave after illegally exhuming the burial site.
A former New York policeman was arrested for allegedly spray-painting anti-Semitic graffiti in an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Brooklyn.
The Palestinian Authority formally joined five global treaties at the United Nations.
LA’s Jewish mayor Eric Garcetti said on Sunday he expects Clippers owner Donald Sterling to put up a “long, protracted fight” to retain ownership of the team.
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