Wednesday, September 23, 2020
After decades of legal wrangling, custody of the estate of Max Brod, Franz Kafka's friend and publisher, was awarded to the National Library of Israel.
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 Palestinian terrorist who served time in Israeli jail for a 1969 supermarket bombing was sentenced to 18 months in prison by a US court on fraud charges.
The man behind a Nazi-looted art hoarding scandal has now launched his own website.
A German prosecutor is seeking legal charges against a Minnesota resident that might have been involved in the murder of dozens of adults and children in World War II.
A 91-year-old woman alleged to have been a Nazi SS member working in Auschwitz has been charged with 260,000 counts of accessory to murder.
France is in talks with the US over reparations to Holocaust survivors who were sent to Nazi camps via French rails.
A Jewish family can now pursue legal recourse for an esteemed painting seized by Nazis in World War II, thanks to a recent ruling from a US court.
Ehud Olmert was sentenced Monday to an eight-month prison term for corruption, and served with a NIS 100,000 fine.
A French court has sanctioned a publishing house for five anti-Semitic books.
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