Family announces 'with sorrow and relief' mourning period over Dr. Eduardo Bleier, who was kidnapped by the army in 1975 and killed the following year
Haaretz investigation finds a host of puzzling staff departures, banned guests and a flagship show taken off the air for being 'leftist' in efforts to weaken criticism of the prime minister
Jordyn Wright, a member of the Student Society's legislative council and board of directors, refuses to step down over what she says are moves to 'single her out'
Ex-Bolivian President Morales decided in 2009 to cut all ties with Israel after Israel's offensive in Gaza, and recognized Palestine as an independent state in 2010
Jews and non-Jews alike remember Rabbi Henry Sobel, who in 1975 refused to bury journalist Vladimir Herzog at the Jewish cemetery’s suicides wing, rejecting the military regime's version that he had hanged himself
Argentinian teacher who gave the project a 9 out of 10 was laid off, and the school issued an apology over anti-Semitic, homophobic and racist video
NSO has been under scrutiny following reports that its technology is used to persecute human rights activists; now a contract that's the subject of a California lawsuit raises questions about its business in Ghana
University of Toronto's student union, which supports BDS, previously said the board wouldn't back the campaign to bring kosher food to campus since it is 'pro-Israel'
Jewish student says that Graduate Student Union told him supporting a campaign to make kosher food available on campus would go against the 'will of the membership'
Raanan Rein’s 2015 book 'Fútbol, Jews, and the Making of Argentina' tells a special story about how Jews carved out a new life. It’s finally coming out in Hebrew
The ICE propaganda machine kept telling us how humanely detainees were treated, even that inmates 'chose' solitary confinement. But we know what we saw
The jerseys worn by Sao Paulo's Corinthians will be auctioned and the funds donated to a Holocaust memorial
Despite a series of scandals including photos of Trudeau in blackface and brownface surfacing, the Liberals win 156 seats, just 14 short of a majority
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is accused of obstructing the probe into the bombing of the AMIA Jewish center, but Jewish voters say they vote as Argentinians above all
These groups are not about to sweep to victory just yet, but the official registration of one fringe party has emboldened others and allowed them to inject alarming rhetoric into public debate
Expanded trade deal also allows Israeli industry freer access to the Canadian market
Greenpeace report shows the Cresud company, whose CEO is a Shufersal shareholder, is responsible for cutting down 1.2 million dunams of trees in the Gran Chaco forest
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has previously described rain forest protections as an obstacle to Brazil’s economic development
As the Argentinian peso drops and stock market implodes amid political developments, Israel's largest conglomerate might find itself a casualty
The navies of nine other countries participated in the drill, on the understanding that Israel would need to bring relief assistance in by sea