Germany has announced its plans to investigate 24 suspects as Nazi criminals, including three women.
One of the nation’s most prominent lawyers is retiring form his post at Harvard Law School.
German officials agreed yesterday to return six paintings to Jewish heirs, pieces that were part of a $1 billion stash recently uncovered in an art collector’s home.
In a series of raids, German police have arrested three elderly men who are suspected of having once manned posts at the Auschwitz death camp.
Carlos Rosenkrantz, a Buenos Aires attorney and law professor, will be the first Jewish justice on the Supreme Court of Argentina.
Ehud Olmert was sentenced Monday to an eight-month prison term for corruption, and served with a NIS 100,000 fine.
Katz’s Deli slapped another food business with a $1 million lawsuit for copyright infringement this week.
A legal battle is playing out in Jerusalem over documents belonging to Schindler including personal copies of the lists of Jews he saved form the Holocaust.
The Abdeen Court of Urgent Matters in Egypt stated it has no legal authority to consider a lawsuit demanding the designation of Israel as a terrorist state.
A Kuwaiti terrorist held in an Israeli prison for three years will remain in custody, the Jewish state confirmed this week.