A Los Angeles judge has declined a bid from attorneys for Roman Polanski to close the 1977 child sex case against the Oscar-winning director, a court spokeswoman said on Wednesday.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) announced on Tuesday it has settled claims with a company that employed Alan Gross, the contractor freed last week after five years in a Cuban jail as part of a major shift in U.S.-Cuba relations.
Another infant in New York City has been infected with herpes during a metzitzah b’peh ritual, city health authorities reported.39
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas congratulated Chilean soccer club “Palestino” for qualifying for the regional South American Cup.
Israel will halt almost all of its gas mask production due to a decline in the threat of a gas or chemical attack.
Israeli forces shot dead a member of Hamas’s armed wing after a firefight erupted along the border with the Gaza Strip on Wednesday and an Israeli soldier was wounded, Gaza hospital officials and the Israeli army said.
A Paris suburb must remove a plaque honoring a convicted Palestinian terrorist, a French judge ruled.
More than 1,000 people in Great Britain donated food and other goods made in Israel to homeless shelters.
A mocking holiday display depicting an angel falling into the pit of hell was deliberately knocked off its table in Florida’s Capitol rotunda Tuesday, but was quickly restored by a local atheist leader whose group sponsored the exhibit.5
In a first, Hebrew University will give its students the day off on Christmas.
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