Sanders becomes first Jew to win presidential primary in U.S. history; Clinton campaign draws focus to black and Hispanic voters after defeat; Poll: 66 percent of GOP voters support banning Muslims from entering U.S.
- 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)
- 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)
- Defense Minister Ya'alon heads to Germany, Switzerland to meet counterparts (Haaretz)
- U.S. intelligence chief: Syrian government used chlorine in attacks on opposition groups (Reuters)
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