Air-defense missiles stationed 50 kilometers from Turkey border following downing of Russian jet earlier this week.
- Two Turkish journalists jailed over Syria smuggling reports (AP)
- Pedestrian killed by passing car in Emek Hefer accident (Haaretz)
- Hurricane Sandra weakens to a Category 3 storm as it nears Mexico (Reuters)
- Russia ready to cooperate with U.S.-led coalition against ISIS, says Putin (Reuters)
- Putin says ready to support other groups in Syria that are fighting against ISIS (Reuters)
- Putin says Syrian people should decide future of Assad (Reuters)
- Hollande: It's clear Assad has no place in future of Syria (Reuters)
- Putin: We'll insist on full implementation of Ukraine peace deal (Reuters)
- Gunmen attack during prayers at Bangladeshi Shi'ite mosque, one dead (Reuters)
- UN: $28 billion of Afghan opium reach Europe each year (DPA)
- Canada gives UN agency C$100 million to help address Syria refugee crisis (Reuters)
- Report: Russian S-400 air-defense missile system operational in Syria (Haaretz)
- Belgian PM: Threat remains serious, but not as imminent as previously feared (Reuters)
- Report: Two detained in Mali on suspicion of involvement in attack on hotel in capital (Haaretz)
- Russia threatens economic retaliation against Turkey over downed jet (Reuters)
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