Vandals used black paint to write slurs including “The Holocaust of the Jewish people is the biggest lie in history” and “Gas chambers were a fraud.”
RIO DE JANEIRO An evangelical Christian pastor from Uruguay fulfilled his promise to plant 1,000 trees in the Jewish state.
Uruguay opened a $20 million video surveillance monitoring center near the tourism capital of Punta del Este with major support from Israeli technology.
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) — A Uruguayan woman suffered injuries to her face and body after being attacked by a man who yelled anti-Semitic slurs at her. Mirta, who is not Jewish, met the aggressor on the street close to the building where she has been working as a housemaid for eight years in a building…
Police in Uruguay confirmed the deadly attack on a Jewish businessman in the small town of Paysandu was motivated by anti-Semitism.
During her semester abroad in Uruguay, Naomi Tomky couldn’t find a Passover Seder to attend. The year after, she decided to host her own — and thus, the ‘Freder’ was born.
‘Mr. Kaplan’ is a dark comedy about the travails of an elderly Uruguayan Jew. Can it succeed in showing the funny side of a South American nation that served as a haven for some Nazis?
Uruguay elected a president who has twice traveled to Israel and who has an open dialogue with the country’s Jewish community.
Soccer bad boy Luis Suarez has been banned for biting an opponent — again. Dan Friedman suggests 8 reasons why he should use the time off to make a big change.
President Barack Obama has sent an indirect message to Cuban President Raúl Castro through Uruguay’s leader, asking Cuba to release a jailed U.S. aid contractor and encouraging political reforms, U.S. officials said on Friday.