An interim deal to restrain Iran’s nuclear programme aims to make it harder for the Islamic state to build any bomb but may still leave it, at least for now, with enough material for several nuclear warheads if refined to a high degree.
An Australian-born man accused of sexually molesting boys while associated with the Chabad headquarters in Sydney is free to return to his family in America after posting $1 million bail.
An email from an athletic trainer at the U.S. Air Force Academy pledging to “talk about Jesus Christ” at work does not reflect Air Force policy, the academy said, but the official will not be disciplined.4
A Dutch Catholic public broadcaster has apologized for and pulled off the air a video clip featuring a song which accuses Jews of plotting to kill Jesus.
Yeshiva University President Richard Joel acknowledged the school faces “substantial deficits.”8
Israeli police questioned Eyal Golan, a popular Israeli singer and a judge on Israel’s version of “American Idol,” regarding allegations that he had sex with minors.
A former reporter for the U.S. Army donated a transcript of radio coverage of the Nuremberg war crimes trials to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
For most Israelis in the Jewish state, there is one legal way to get married - God’s way.
The Viennese museum that houses one of Gustav Klimt’s greatest artworks says it has evidence that its previous Jewish owner sold it to the Austrian state in an amicable transaction, rather than too cheaply under duress.
Missouri serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin, who killed one victim as he left a synagogue for a bar mitzvah, was executed by lethal injection early Wednesday after the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for him to be put to death, a corrections spokesman said.3
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