Argentina Jewish center evacuated after bomb threatJewish community center in Buenos Aires receives a false bomb threat, forcing the evacuation of the building.
Tributes to Nisman held on two-year anniversary of his deathTwo years after death of Alberto Nisman, organizers of tributes to him appear hopeful that the circumstances of his death will be clarified.
Israel’s Argentinian Jews honor Nisman and demand justiceGathering at an arts center in Nahariya remembers Alberto Nisman, the Argentinian prosecutor who investigated AMIA bombing.
Former Argentine president faces new probe over AMIA bombingArgentine appeals court orders new investigation into charges that former President Kirchner obstructed probe into 1994 AMIA bombing.
Israeli crime lord nabbed in South AmericaJerusalem mobster captured in Argentina after international arrest warrant issued for attempted murder, conspiracy.
Argentina asks Iraq to extradite ex-Iranian ministerArgentina issues another extradition warrant for an Iranian ex-foreign minister over the AMIA bombing.
Argentine boxer wins world bantamweight title on return to ringArgentine Jewish boxer Carolina Raquel Duer wins the interim International Boxing Federation’s world bantamweight title.
Argentine graduates’ Nazi salutes provokes brawlStudents attending a German-language school in Argentina accused of offending Jewish counterparts by wearing fake Hitler mustaches
Israel offers security help as Argentina absorbs Syrian refugeesIsrael has offered to help with security issues in the absorption of 3,000 Syrian refugees in Argentina.
Last AMIA victim identified, 22 years laterThe only unidentified fatality of the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish center here named, 22 years after the attack.
Case of Argentine prosecutor to aid probe of AMIA bombingArgentine judge agrees to transfer the case file of Alberto Nisman to another judge who is presiding over new investigation on AMIA bombing.
Fathers of AMIA victims added as plaintiffs in Nisman probeFathers of two AMIA Jewish Center bombing victims named as plaintiffs in a case against former Argentine President.
Argentina seeks extradition of Iranian over AMIA bombingArgentina asks Singapore and Malaysia to extradite former Iranian foreign minister whom it accuses of involvement in 1994 AMIA bombing.
Argentine Jews: Make AMIA bombing a 'national priority'Argentine Jewish leaders call on the country's government to make the investigation of the AMIA Jewish center bombing a "national priority".
Global meeting against anti-Semitism meets in Buenos AiresParliamentarians and experts gather in the Argentine capital for the Global Forum for Combatting Antisemitism.
ISIS logo on threatening note to Jewish club in ArgentinaPlastic bottle thrown through a window of a Jewish Community Center in Santa Fe City has a note with ISIS logo on it.
First-ever Jewish judge enters Argentina Supreme CourtBuenos Aires attorney and law professor Carlos Rosenkrantz makes history as country's first Jewish Supreme Court justice.
Report: Hezbollah has 100 sleeper cells in Latin AmericaArgentinian paper claims Iranian-sponsored terrorist group has expanded significantly, embedded deeply in drugs trade.
Argentine-Israeli soccer star powers team to league promotionEial Strahman, formerly of Maccabi Haifa, leads Argentine team to title and a promotion to premier A league, gets dubbed 'super hero.'
Argentine ex-minister's Iran tape admitted as evidenceJewish ex-minister under scrutiny for negotiating with Iran to possibly cover up its role in 1994 AMIA bombing.
Ex-presidents of Argentina to testify in Hezbollah-linked crashSix former presidents of Argentina summoned to testify in the investigation into the 1995 death of the son of ex-President Carlos Menem.
Argentine prosecutor may have been 'induced' to kill himselfArgentine prosecutor admits that Alberto Nisman, who investigated AMIA attack, may have been forced to kill himself.
Argentine ex-president: Hezbollah killed my sonFormer Argentine President Carlos Menem tells court his son died in Hezbollah attack following Israeli Embassy, Jewish center bombings.
Obama offers Argentina help in AMIA bombing probeDuring his visit to Argentina, Obama offered the country help in pursuing the perpetrators of the 1994 Buenos Aires bombing.
Argentina asks US: Reveal secrets of AMIA bombingPresident Macri asks Obama to declassify information held by US agencies about the 1994 Jewish center bombing that killed 85.
'Israel will always be a home for you'Diaspora Affairs Minister Bennett visits Argentinian Jewish kids, compares bombings that struck in 90s and terror attacks in Israel.
Two Israelis missing in Argentina rescuedSearch and rescue teams locate pair of Israeli tourists after they failed to return from trek along lagoon in Ushuaia.
One year on, Jewish prosecutor's death still troubles ArgentinaArgentina's Jewish community to hold candlelight vigil for Alberto Nisman, who was investigating the AMIA bombing when he was found dead.
Netanyahu welcomes Argentina's 'change of direction'New Argentinian gov't's decision not to abide by deal with Iran may improve Israel's relations with all of South America, PM says.
Israeli killed in accident in ArgentinaBariloche's Chabad House says Amir Gueta, 23, was on a post-army trip to South America with three friends.
Argentina won't revive joint AMIA probe with IranArgentina's new government will not appeal court's decision to strike down deal with Iran over 1994 bombing of Jewish center.
Cristina Kirchner: End of an era in ArgentinaFiery, controversial Argentinian president leaves behind a divisive legacy - and questions over Alberto Nisman's murder.
Argentina: Test Results Reignite Debate on Death of ProsecutorProsecutor Alberto Nisman's ex-wife cites new test results in saying he didn't kill himself.
Ex-Argentinian President Tried in Jewish Bombing CaseCarlos Menem put on trial for obstructing investigation of Jewish center bombing Alberto Nisman led before his mysterious death.
Former Argentine President Barred from Leaving Over AMIA ProbeJudge bars Carlos Menem from leaving the country, ahead of trial over alleged obstruction of investigation into AMIA bombing.
Argentine Jews Enraged by President's Shylock CommentsCristina Kirchner asserts Shakespeare's Jewish money lender Shylock key to understanding 'bloodsuckers' undermining Argentina's economy.
Iran Denies Involvement in 1994 AMIA BombingFormer Iranian FM calls case proving Iranian, Hezbollah involvement in bombing a 'lie.'
Argentina to Compensate Victims of Jewish Center BombingArgentina will provide one-time benefits to heirs of 85 victims killed in 1994 bombing targeting a Jewish center in Buenos Aires.
Argentine Foreign Minister Quits Membership in AMIAArgentina's foreign minister, Hector Timerman, criticizes Jewish organization for blocking a deal with Iran to jointly probe 1994 attack.
Case Against Argentine President Dismissed Yet AgainArgentine prosecutor dismisses allegations that the president tried to derail an inquiry into the bombing of a Jewish center in 1994.
Alberto Nisman's Murder the Subject of New Fiction BookArgentianian prosecutor murdered after implicating President Cristina Kircher of making secret deal with Iran explored in fiction.
Argentina Declassifies 1992 Israeli Embassy Bombing ReportHezbollah terrorists were found to have murdered 29, wounded 200, but only now is Argentina declassifying documents on the incident.
Case Against Argentine President to be Appealed AgainProsecutors carrying on case of Alberto Nisman, found dead hours before testifying, try to show Kirchner covered Iranians in Jewish bombing.
Court Lets Argentine President Off the Hook on Bombing Cover-upAppeals court dismisses case against Kirchner, charged by Albert Nisman of shielding Iranian officials behind Jewish center bombing.
Was There a Nazi Hideout in Argentina?Argentine archaeologist discovers what he says may have been a hideout for Nazis, located near the border with Paraguay.
What Can Argentinian Jews Learn from Samaria?Rabbi David Algaze analyzes the Jewish world, from travails of Argentina to the strength of Israel seen in Eli, Samaria.
Journalist Who Broke Nisman's Death Sues State News AgencyJournalist who fled to Israel after breaking story sues Telam and Aerolineas for publicizing his flight details and endangering him.
'Nisman Was Assassinated', Says His Ex-Wife Following ProbeSandra Arroyo Salgado, ex-wife of dead Argentine prosecutor, says an unofficial probe found he was killed.
Argentine Prosecutors to Appeal Case Against KirchnerProsecutors renew efforts after judge dismissed case they took over from killed Nisman, charging Kirchner with bombing cover-up.
Argentina's President: Nisman Praised Me in the PastArgentina’s president says that prosecutor Alberto Nisman had in the past praised her for calling for justice for the AMIA victims.
Argentine Gov't Goes after Ex-Spy Who Exposed Iran Cover-UpPresident accused former agent of feeding 'false information' to murdered prosecutor - now, her gov't is trying to put him behind bars.
Argentine President Airs Conspiracy Theory Against ProtestersTens of thousands mark month since Alberto Nisman died hours before accusing Kirchner of Jewish center bombing cover-up.
Nisman's Ex-Wife: He Had No Reason to Kill HimselfEx-wife of dead Argentine prosecutor calls for independent oversight of the probe into his death.
Argentina: More Than 400,000 Demand Justice for NismanMore than 400,000 march in Buenos Aires, demanding justice for the prosecutor who was ready to accuse the president of cover-up.
Argentine President Hints: Israel is Meddling in Our BusinessArgentina’s President suggests the United States and Israel are meddling in her country’s business as Nisman affair continues.
Protest March Ups Pressure in Argentina Over Nisman's Death300,000 people are expected to gather Wednesday outside Argentina's Congress in a silent march over Alberto Nisman's mysterious death.
Argentina Asks for AMIA Probe to be Included in Iran TalksArgentina asks the United States to include the probe into deadly 1994 bombing in the nuclear talks with Iran.