The Israeli officer who was caught on video beating an Ethiopian-Israeli soldier met with police officials at a dismissal hearing.
A 30-year-old suburban Boston man has been indicted on theft and extortion charges in relation to the abrupt resignation last year of a leading Conservative rabbi over allegations of sex with a teenage boy.
A state visit to Germany by Israel’s president marking 50 years of diplomatic relations has highlighted both deep ties and political differences.
The annual Jerusalem Day march will still go through the Muslim Quarter of the Old City after the Supreme Court rejected a petition to change its route.6
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
Some two dozen Oklahoma state lawmakers are calling on the University of Oklahoma to research if it owns any paintings that were stolen by the Nazis.
There were no suspects in last week’s failed attack at a civic center outside Dallas other than the two men who were fatally shot while trying to storm an exhibit of caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad, police said on Monday.
Former foreign minister David Miliband said on Monday he would not put himself forward to run Britain’s opposition Labor Party and criticized his brother Ed, the outgoing leader, for allowing himself to be seen as taking the party too far back to the left.
A trawler left Sweden on its way to break Israel’s naval blockade of the Gaza Strip 5,000 nautical miles away.12
David Cohen, the former executive director of New York’s Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty, was sentenced to one year in jail for his role in a $9 million embezzlement scheme against the Jewish nonprofit.
Sweden’s deputy prime minister apologized for making an analogy between the migrant refugee crisis in the Mediterranean and Auschwitz.
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