Israel's Supreme Court ruled that the West Bank outpost of Migron must be evacuated by Sept. 4.
In a court ruling that is bringing new attention to Australia’s failure to prosecute alleged Nazi-era war criminals, the government will not surrender to Hungary the man believed to be the country’s last World War II war crimes suspect.
Two Israeli human rights groups have petitioned Israel's Supreme Court to overturn the so-called Nakba Law. The law, passed in March, enables the state to fine local communities and other state-funded groups for holding events that mark what the Arab community calls the Nakba, which means catastrophe, referring to the creation of the Jewish state of Israel. Fines, deducted from a group's operating budget, could equal up to three times the event's sponsorship cost; repeat violations would double the fines.
The U.S. Senate is expected to approve Elana Kagan to serve on the Supreme Court.
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David Irving told the High Court in London this week that some of the world's largest Jewish organizations are involved in an international conspiracy against him.