An Italian tourist who stole a remnant of barbed wire from Auschwitz could face three years in prison for the crime.
A German institute is pledging to go ahead with plans to print a version of “Mein Kampf,” despite the book’s government ban.
Joan Rivers' daughter is suing the doctors who treated her mother before her death last year.
Dieudonne M'bala M'bala has been arrested over espousing sentiments that seemed to sympathize with the terrorists behind last week's Charlie Hebdo attack.
A past member of the SS has been charged as an accessory in the killings of some 170,000 people, the majority Jews, at the notorious Auschwitz Nazi camp.
Bob Dyan has been charged in France for “public insult and inciting hate.”
Carlos Rosenkrantz, a Buenos Aires attorney and law professor, will be the first Jewish justice on the Supreme Court of Argentina.
A legal group is leading a lawsuit against Facebook, claiming it is inciting and encouraging violence against Israelis during the latest bouts of terrorism.
A Gaza resident was in the process of planning a sniper attack on IDF soldiers when he was injured and entered Israel on a humanitarian permit.
Ehud Olmert was sentenced Monday to an eight-month prison term for corruption, and served with a NIS 100,000 fine.