Many players are closely watching the battle for Mosul. One of them is Hezbollah, who's playing a two-sided game.
- Trump says FBI has courage to 'right the horrible mistake' made on Clinton emails (Reuters)
- FBI reopening investigations of Clinton emails, says U.S. House oversight chairman (Reuters)
- Trump injects campaign with $10 mln of personal wealth with 10 days left to election (Reuters)
- Source names Joe Biden as Clinton's top pick for secretary of state, Politico reports (Haaretz)
- Russian Defense Ministry asks Putin to resume Aleppo airstrikes (Reuters)
- Syrian FM: New Aleppo cease-fire possible (AP)
- UN: ISIS killed 232 people who refused to comply with orders near Mosul on Wednesday (Reuters)
- Eilat airport reopens after flooding caused it to shut down earlier in day (Haaretz)
- Syrian rebels bombard Aleppo airbase before offensive (Reuters)
- Palestinians spray-paint swastikas on unmanned IDF post in the West Bank (Haaretz)
- Rebel shelling kills children at school in west Aleppo (Reuters)
- Settler leader resigns from post following sexual harassment allegations (Haaretz)
- Saudi Arabia says Yemen rebels fire missile toward Mecca (AP)
- Eilat airport shuttered following floods (Haartez)
- Mike Pence's campaign plane slides off runway upon landing at LaGuardia Airport, no injuries (AP)
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The list includes politicians, military men, Shin Bet personnel, defense industries employees, journalists, clerics and foreign diplomats.
American Conservative and Reform heads, together with Israeli counterparts, to carry Torah scrolls through Jerusalem's Old City and conduct prayer service at the Kotel.
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This is the second attempt by rebels to break Assad's siege. They opened a corridor to the east for the month of August after pro-government forces first applied a blockade in July.
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Investigation could have significant effect in vote set to take place in 10 days' time.