Britain granted Israeli Justice Minister Tzipi Livni diplomatic immunity from war crimes prosecution during a visit to London.
Federal judges in Argentina declared unconstitutional the government’s cooperation with Iran on the investigation of the 1994 explosion of the AMIA Jewish community building.
A Canadian court upheld a ruling ordering the extradition of an Ottawa professor to France, where he is suspected of taking part in a 1980 bombing of a Paris synagogue that killed four people.
President Obama extended the appointment of Eric Schwartz, a dean at the University of Minnesota, to the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom.
Kutsher’s, the fabled Catskills resort hotel, is set to be demolished later this month.6
A woman assaulted a Jewish mother and her baby in Paris while shouting anti-Semitic slurs.7
Hillary Rodham Clinton embraced the Obama administration’s second-term Middle East policies in an address to the American Jewish Committee.4
Pope Francis is shunning bulletproof vehicles during his trip to the Middle East this month, insisting that he use a normal car and be allowed to be as close to people as possible, the Vatican said on Thursday.4
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