The famed Vienna Philharmonic orchestra has revoked awards it made during Adolf Hitler’s rule to six leading Nazis, as it quietly responds to criticism of the way it has dealt with its past.
The Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty will be able to continue receiving New York State funds in the wake of the scandal that has seen its former CEO charged with stealing millions from the charity.
A graduate of the Solomon Schechter Day School in St. Louis was one of the six U.S. service members killed in a helicopter crash in southern Afghanistan.6
Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once Russia’s richest man, left prison on Friday after a pardon from President Vladimir Putin ended a decade in jail that many saw as the fallen oil tycoon’s punishment for daring to challenge the Kremlin.
A former security guard at a Chabad school in Melbourne was sentenced to eight years in prison for raping one boy and sexually abusing eight others.
Israel’s uneven treatment of Arab and Jewish neighbourhoods, creates a de facto partition of Jerusalem, the holy city at the epicentre of the Middle East conflict.
Canada has called for the removal of a top U.N. official who accused Israel of having “genocidal intentions” against Palestinians.
A Russian court ordered the early release of a Jewish teacher whose bribery trial was marred by anti-Semitic statements and whose lengthy prison sentence was criticized by Russian President Vladimir Putin.3
The popular president of an Atlanta synagogue was idenitified yesterday as one of two people who died when his small plane crashed on Tuesday.
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