A group of hackers from Gaza used pornographic videos in a wide-scale cyberattack on several Israeli institutions and individuals.
Tens of thousands of protesters marched peacefully through the Argentine capital on Wednesday demanding an independent judiciary, as the country reels from the death of a state prosecutor who had been investigating the president.
Scuba divers have discovered a rare haul of gleaming 1,000-year-old gold coins inscribed in Arabic on the sea bed off Israel, a find archaeologists say may shed light on Muslim rule in that age.
Argentina’s government toned down its stinging criticism of opponents on Wednesday ahead of what is expected to be one of the largest street protests of embattled President Cristina Fernandez’s seven years in power.
Dan Uzan, the Jewish volunteer guard killed in a shooting outside Copenhagen’s central synagogue, was remembered at his funeral as one “who was always ready to do his part.”
Muslims in Norway plan to form what they are calling a “peace ring” around an Oslo synagogue following Sabbath services.7
Swedish public radio apologized for a presenter’s question to the country’s Israeli ambassador about whether Jews are responsible for anti-Semitism.3
The Stanford University student senate passed an Israel divestment resolution that it narrowly defeated a week ago.25
Jewish leaders in Hungary condemned a politician from the far-right Jobbik party who refused to honor the memory of a former chief rabbi.
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