• Czechs arrest Turkish national wanted by Interpol for terror links (AP)
  • U.S. sanctions 10 targets for supporting Syria's Assad, helping Assad buy oil from ISIS (Reuters)
  • Approximately 500 demonstrators gather in Haifa to protest violence against women (Haaretz)
  • Brussels soccer team Anderlecht to play behind closed doors due to terror threat (AP)
  • Khamenei: Iran to back Palestinians 'in any way we can' (Reuters)
  • U.S. Army Gen. says individuals closest to Kunduz hospital strike suspended from duties (Reuters)
  • ISIS claims responsibility for Tunisia bus attack (Reuters)
  • Surviving crew member of Russian jet says no warning from Turkey (Reuters)
  • Knesset rejects proposal to establish commission of inquiry on murder of women (Haaretz)
  • Kerry after Israeli trip: Violence between Israelis, Palestinians can spin out of control (Haaretz)
  • Austria, Germany to reopen rail link closed over migrants (Reuters)
  • French court hands suspended jail sentence to man suspected of mentoring young jihadists (Reuters)
  • Tunisia: 22 pounds of military explosives used in bus attack that killed 13 people (AP)
  • U.S.-led coalition carries out 23 airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria (Reuters)
  • Israeli wounded in West Bank stabbing attack was soldier (Haaretz)
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