The camp operates with approval from Erdogan's government, despite reports of ties between the IHH group and radical Islamist entities.
- Saudi Arabia intercepts ballistic missile fired from Yemen (AP)
- Russian security service detains 7 ISIS members planning attack in Moscow (Reuters)
- Israeli Bedouin to be indicted for making contact with Jordanian jihadists (Haaretz)
- Germany's Merkel meets with Turkish officials on reducing influx of migrants to Europe (AP)
- Iranian president awards nuclear deal team medals of honor (AP)
- Health Ministry: 1,600 Israelis died from air pollution-related illnesses in 2015 (Haaretz)
- Rescuers find 3 more survivors from Taiwan earthquake; toll likely to exceed 100 (Reuters)
- UN condemns North Korea's rocket launch, promises 'significant' sanctions (AP)
- Denver Broncos beat Carolina Panthers 24-10, winning Super Bowl 50 (Haaretz)
- UN Security Council condemns North Korea launch, vows action (Reuters)
- PM: If U.S. aid doesn't address Israel's security needs, we'll wait for next president (Haaretz)
- U.S., allies conduct 17 strikes against Islamic State in Syria and Iraq (Reuters)
- Egyptian police kill four suspected militants in raid near Cairo (DPA)
- With help from UN, Israeli returned from Lebanon after crossing border (Haaretz)
- PM, coalition party heads agree to advance bill that could suspend Israeli Arab MKs (Haaretz)
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