Israeli army says stop-work orders have been issued and further enforcement efforts will be taken in Jordan Valley, but Haaretz saw work continuing on Thursday.
- AT&T, Time Warner 'unanimously' agree to $108.7B deal (Reuters)
- Likud MK to push bill barring calls for sanctions against Israel in int'l forums (Haaretz)
- Israel to impose two-day closure on West Bank, Gaza during holiday (Haaretz)
- Russia: U.S. airstrike in Iraq as part of Mosul campaign constitutes "war crime" (AP)
- British police find second "suspicious item" after arresting London teen last week (Reuters)
- Senior Egyptian general shot dead outside of his home in Cairo (Reuters)
- Nearly 1,000 treated for breathing problems south of Mosul (Reuters)
- Erdogan: Turkey is "obliged" to press on to ISIS-held al Bab in Syria (Reuters)
- Libyan army frees 13 foreign captives from ISIS in Sirte battle (Reuters)
- Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi gets 20 years, court confirms (Reuters)
- Reports: White powder sent to Clinton campaign HQ tests negative for harmful substances (Haaretz)
- Iraq says ISIS assault on Kirkuk ends after 24 hours, 'all attackers dead' (AP)
- Iraqi army launches fight for main Christian town near Mosul (Reuters)
- Hillary Clinton's campaign HQ evacuated over white substance found in envelope (Reuters)
- Experts conclude Syrian government carried out third chemical attack in 2015 (AP)
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