She didn’t mention the word “Jew,” but her meaning was crystal clear.
The essential roundup of the case so far.
The death or likely murder of Alberto Nisman, lead investigator of the 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish community center, is a product of. . .
Argentinian authorities are now admitting that the death of Alberto Nisman, a day before he was due to testify about the Argentinian government’s role in. . .
The Argentinian special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, found dead in his apartment earlier this week, had uncovered much about Iran’s extensive terror network in South America. . .
The death under mysterious circumstances of Alberto Nisman, on the day before he was scheduled to testify to the Argentinian congress about Iran’s role in. . .
Alberto Nisman was found dead on Sunday, possibly murdered by Iranian operatives. Ten years ago, the Argentinian government tasked Nisman with investigating Hizballah’s 1994 bombing. . .
The 1994 bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires killed 85 people and wounded hundreds more. After interminable blundering, the Argentine government named five. . .
Gustavo Bulgach’s Yiddish Tango Club mixes klezmer with the Latin American dance style. As students of tango are well aware, there’s nothing new in that.
Founded in 1889 by survivors of Russian pogroms, Moisés Ville, Argentina once boasted 5,000 Jews and four synagogues. Now its last Jewish residents are considering their future.