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Etan Patz Suspect Denies Notorious SoHo Killing

By Reuters

A New Jersey man suspected of the 1979 killing of 6-year-old Etan Patz pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to murder and kidnapping charges, six months after police said he confessed to a chilling crime that has long haunted New Yorkers.Read More


Man Charged in Bleach Attack on Victims Advocate

By JTA

A Brooklyn fishmonger was arrested for throwing a cup of bleach in the face of a Chasidic rabbi who advocates for victims of sexual abuse in the haredi Orthodox community.Read More


David Harris Steps Down at Democratic Council

By JTA

David Harris is leaving his job as president of the National Jewish Democratic Council.Read More


In Final Speech, Lieberman Trumpets Bipartisanship

By Reuters

Former Democrat Joe Lieberman used his last speech on the U.S. Senate floor on Wednesday to call for bipartisanship and get in a last dig over the controversial result of the 2000 election, when he was the Democratic vice presidential nominee.Read More


England's Jewish Population Rises to 280K

By JTA

England’s Jewish population has remained stable over the past decade, bolstered by Orthodox Jewry’s growth, according to an analysis of government data.Read More


German Parliament Votes To Allow Circumcision

By JTA

The German Parliament passed a law protecting the right of Jewish and Muslim parents to choose a ritual circumcision for their sons, after months of heated debate over efforts to ban the practice.Read More


Jacob Ostreicher Remains Jailed After Court Date

By JTA

A Bolivian appeals court refused to release New York businessman Jacob Ostreicher, who has been jailed without charges for 18 months, instead sending his case back to a lower court.Read More


Confessed Killer of Etan Patz Back in Court

By Reuters

The man who confessed to killing Etan Patz - the 6-year-old boy who vanished from his New York neighborhood three decades ago - was due in court on Wednesday and expected to enter a plea in the child’s murder.Read More


France Vows Crackdown on Religious Extremists

By Reuters

France will deport foreign-born imams and disband radical faith-based groups, including hardline traditionalist Catholics, if a new surveillance policy signals they suffer a “religious pathology” and could become violent.Read More


Aborigines Reenact Aussie March Against Nazis

By JTA

Descendants of an Aboriginal elder who staged a unique protest against the Nazis in 1938 re-enacted his famous march to the German consulate in Melbourne.Read More


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