PM vows to pursue relevant legislation after three Israeli Arab MKs visit Jerusalem terrorists' families and observe moment of silence in their honor; 'imagine if this happened in the U.K. Parliament or U.S. Congress,' Netanyahu says.
- Netanyhau: MKs who visit families of terrorists should not serve in Knesset (Haaretz)
- South Korea says retrieves suspected fairing from North Korean rocket (Reuters)
- Court accepts Haneen Zoabi plea bargain, adds suspended six-month prison sentence (Haaretz)
- U.K.: North Korea rocket launch clear violation of UN Security Council resolutions (Reuters)
- Turkey: Reaching limits but will keep taking in refugees (AP)
- Russia says North Korea rocket launch cannot but provoke 'decisive protest' (Reuters)
- Assailant behind Ashkelon stabbing attack seriously wounded after being shot (Haaretz)
- Israeli soldier wounded in Ashkelon stabbing attack; assailant shot (Haaretz)
- Stabbing attack reported in southern Israeli city of Ashkelon (Haaretz)
- Iraqi PM Abadi dismisses plans to build wall around Baghdad (AP)
- North Korea launches long-range rocket, testing banned missile technology, says south (AP)
- Mob torches refugee center in Prague, hours after anti-Muslim rally (AP)
- Palestinian sources: Israel holding secret talks on arrest conditions of hunger-striker (Haaretz)
- Mother of embattled Syrian President Assad dies aged 86 (Haaretz)
- Israeli army lifts closure on West Bank town of Qabatiyah after three days (Haaretz)
In recently resurfaced interview with Haaretz, Democratic candidate also said that as a Jew, he feels embarrassed by Israel's arms trade with Latin American dictators.
Three points of dissent, including whether Israel will be able to control the broadcast and where the cameras will be situated, could lead to new tensions over flashpoint site.
Military Advocate General orders investigation into months-old incident in which IDF changed its story twice.
Sanders portrayed a passenger on an endangered ship who argued with David about who should be allowed on a lifeboat. David replied: 'Sounds like socialism to me.'
Nabil Shurafa's business has seen a steady decline in business as Gaza has become more and more cut off from the world.
Who needs the little gold statue? Nominees in the main categories will receive an extravagant gift basket valued at $200,000.