Israeli official says labeling of settlement products was 'unilateral and adopted Palestinian narrative – that's no way to conduct respectful dialogue.'
- UN experts: North Korea continues to evade UN sanctions (AP)
- Clinton congratulates Sanders, acknowledges she has to win over younger voters (Reuters)
- John Kasich projected to finish second in Republican primary (AP)
- Clinton campaign manager downplays NH defeat, says nomination will be won in March (AP)
- Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump projected to win New Hampshire primaries (Haaretz)
- U.S. Supreme Court blocks Obama carbon emissions plan (Reuters)
- Poll: 66 percent of GOP voters support banning Muslims from entering U.S. (Haaretz)
- Kuwait backs alliances against Islamic State, but no troops (Reuters)
- Turkish soldier, 15 militants killed in clashes between security forces and Kurds (Reuters)
- China confirms first imported Zika case (Reuters)
- Sweden arrests 14 over plan to attack asylum center (AP)
- Israeli moderately wounded in stabbing attack near West Bank settlement (Haaretz)
- IDF investigates report of stabbing attack in the West Bank (Haaretz)
- PM: We'll surround ourselves with fences in defense against the wild beasts around us (Haaretz)
- Netanyahu on Turkey: We're aiming for normalization, but it's a two-way process (Haaretz)
The bill which allows 90 MKs to suspend their fellow lawmakers from parliament is yet another attempt to impose tyranny of the majority.
The Vermont Senator symbolizes America's growing partisan divide over religion.
Over the last year, 383 orders were issued to building sites concerning safety problems, but Economy Ministry has only 17 inspectors for some 12,000 construction sites, meaning more than 700 sites per inspector.
Leaving Israel used to be considered a disgrace, but today the growing expat community in Toronto is getting a warmer welcome by the city's Jews.
Thousands of improvised explosive devices remain in the war-torn Iraqi city.
‘Muqtatafat,’ an English-language anthology of cartoons, depicts the region’s politics in somber, incendiary and sometimes surreal scenes