Victims of a 1997 suicide bombing in Jerusalem cannot seize Persian antiquities on display in the United States as restitution, a federal judge ruled.
Britain’s Tate Gallery said it would return a Nazi-looted painting to the heirs of an art collector from Hungary.
A federal grand jury indicted a Houston man for calling in bomb threats to two city synagogues, a municipal courthouse and a private business.
Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, will meet with senior Israeli military officials in Israel.
Gov. Chris Christie apologized to billionaire Sheldon Adelson for referring to the “occupied territories” in a speech to the Republican Jewish Coalition in Las Vegas.30
Israel will not release more Palestinian prisoners without getting something in return, and such a deal will be brought to the Cabinet for approval, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.
Jewish Holocaust survivors in Canada are being targeted by a scam described as “vile” and “obscene.”
Czech Justice Minister Helena Valkova is facing harsh criticism for saying nothing much happened during the Nazi occupation of her country.
An art school that promotes Nazi ideology is scheduled to open in Chile. An art school that promotes Nazi ideology is scheduled to open in Chile.
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