By meeting the leader of the Republic of Crimea, which is not recognized by Israel, Yakov Margi defies Ukrainian law. Knesset spokesman: 'Trip wasn't on behalf of the Knesset.'
- Turkey ends 'successful' military operations against Kurdish militants in Cizre (AP)
- Reports: Six dead after teacher opens fire at school in south of Saudi Arabia (AP)
- Death toll in Taiwan earthquake rises to 59; 76 are still missing (AP)
- Turkey's Erdogan: UN must prevent 'ethnic cleansing' in Syria, stop Iranian 'massacre' (Reuters)
- MK Yakov Margi meets with Crimean leader, despite Ukrainian legal ban (Haaretz)
- Death toll in Syrian war is 470,000, The Guardian reports (Reuters)
- NGO: Syrian Kurds capture most of rebel-held former military airport in north Aleppo (Reuters)
- Seoul: North Korean leader Kim had his military chief executed (AP)
- U.S. Senate votes overwhelmingly for tougher North Korea sanctions (Reuters)
- Two female bombers kill 58 in northeast Nigerian refugee camp (AP)
- Russia proposes March 1 ceasefire in Syria, Western official says (Reuters)
- Carly Fiorina suspends 2016 White House bid (Reuters)
- Diplomat David Govrin appointed Israel's new ambassador to Cairo pending cabinet approval (Haaretz)
- Russian airstrikes boost ISIS in Syria, says U.S. envoy (Reuters)
- More than 60 people killed in suicide bombings in northern Nigeria, officials say (Reuters)
Washington looks at Moscow's backing of Damascus with worry, while the American public is preoccupied with the presidential primaries and the Oscars.
Lawyers trying to unseat interior minister, who 'returned to the scene of the crime,' have troubling questions about ex-con ministers.
A comedic Jewish duo discusses the age-old issues of religious practice versus cultural identity with some 'friendly' disagreements.
In one of scene from 'Look who's back', the führer Googles 'world domination.'
Security forces were busy preventing protests and violence on the day Giulio Regeni went missing, which coincided with the fifth anniversary of the Egyptian uprising.
Where Sennacharib once plundered: Niall McDevitt sees junk, beer cans and orangey cats.