Forget the submarine scandal or the forest fires, the comptroller report into the 2014 Gaza war is poised to rip Netanyahu for underestimating Hamas’ tunnel threat.
- Russian jet crashes trying to land on Mediterranean aircraft carrier (Reuters)
- Trump names Ben Carson as new housing secretary (Reuters)
- Knesset committee approves shortening male military service to 30 months (Haaretz)
- 6 East Jerusalem residents arrested for alleged incitement to terror on social media (Haaretz)
- Kerry says Trump's team should seek advice before calling foreign leaders (Reuters)
- Syrian army tells rebels in Aleppo to leave city or face 'inevitable death' (AP)
- Kerry says U.S. will not back 'unfair' UN action on Israel-Palestine (Haaretz)
- Kerry says Israeli gov’t doesn't favor two-state solution; 'we are pushing uphill' (Haaretz)
- Kerry says Israel, Palestinians moving in wrong direction; 'there is no status-quo' (Haaretz)
- Far-right leader Norbert Hofer concedes Austrian election to left-leaning candidate (Reuters)
- At least 20 killed in presumed Russian or regime airstrike in Syria (AP)
- Exit poll: Austrian independent candidate van der Bellen clearly in the lead in election (Reuters)
- Trump's phone call with Taiwan's president was 'courtesy call,' VP Pence says (Reuters)
- Fidel Castro's ashes interred in private ceremony in Cuba (AP)
- Fidel Castro burial ceremony underway in Cuba (Reuters)
At its heyday, IDB Holding Corp was one of the biggest holding companies in Israel.
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Irked at criticism in Philo Jacoby's newspaper, a rival editor threatened to horsewhip the 'bullet-headed little Jew,' then saw him twist horseshoes.
Saturday Night Live is back in the headlines for a second time in the last three weeks as President-elect Trump again takes to Twitter to voice his disapproval of the comedy show.
Meanwhile, Assad forces tell rebels in Aleppo to leave or face 'inevitable death' as they advance into the Old City.
The consistent rise in sea temperatures due to climate change is regarded as the main factor in the disappearance of marine species.