Pop singer Madonna will spend next week's Jewish New Year celebrations in Israel, and police said they will mobilize hundreds of officers for her planned visit to the graves of rabbinical sages in the north of the country.
An 86-year-old Nazi war crimes suspect denied that he was responsible for killing 164 Slovak villagers during World War II as his murder trial opened Thursday, arguing that he was acting under orders from German superiors.
A federal judge has overturned a jury's verdict that five police officers were justified in shooting and killing a hammer-wielding man in Brooklyn, New York City, in 1999.
The founder of the neo-Nazi "Aryan Nations" group, Richard Butler, a retired aviation engineer often referred to as "the elder statesman of American hate," died on Wednesday in his sleep at age 86, authorities said.
Representatives of the Christian and Jewish faiths have expressed their support for the controversial opening of a mosque by Pakistani immigrants in the Spanish city of Barcelona.
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