Displaced Syrians are being helped on the Syrian side of border, senior Turkish official says, adds that 70,000 more could arrive if Russian and Syrian strikes continue.
- EU urges Turkey to keep border open to Syrian refugees (AP)
- Syria FM: Foreign troops entering Syria would return 'in coffins' (AP)
- 8 killed in suicide attack that targeted security forces in southwestern Pakistan (AP)
- Al-Qaida takes responsibility for Friday's attack on UN base in Timbuktu, Mali (Reuters)
- Explosion at Spanish biodiesel plant kills 2, badly injures 1; police investigating (AP)
- Syrians flee as Russian and Syrian forces intensify assault on Aleppo (Reuters)
- Syria signals that no ceasefire would take effect until Jordanian, Turkish borders shut (Reuters)
- Syrian FM: Any ground incursion without state approval is an act of aggression (Reuters)
- Taiwan earthquake death toll rises to 11 (AP)
- Austria's finance minister asks EU for $670m to cover costs for additional refugees (Reuters)
- North Korea: Rocket launch will take place between February 7-14 (Reuters)
- Three British troops injured in operation against ISIS in Iraq (Reuters)
- Yair Lapid calls for investigation of Balad MKs who visited families of attackers (Haaretz)
- Guardian Council reverses ban on 1,500 candidates in Iran's parliamentary elections (AP)
- Iran's Guard: Saudi Arabian troops would be wiped out if they went into Syria (Reuters)
U.S. presidential candidates are steering the country toward a terror trap - their hawkishness toward ISIS will likely lead to a short-term increase in terror attacks in the West.
‘Borderlife,’ the book at the center of a controversy involving the Education Ministry, depicts a desperate attempt by the protagonists, a Jewish woman and an Arab man, to make love, not war. The issue of assimilation that it raises cannot be dismissed lightly.
Israeli artists react to reports that Tel Aviv Museum called off Ai Weiwei and Miki Kratsman exhibit because of political pressures.
Defendant, whose name has not been released and worked at the death camp between Nov. 1, 1942, and June 25, 1943, is being charged as an accessory to murder.
Syria crisis: Turkey says 30,000 to 35,000 Syrians now waiting on border, no immediate plans to let them in.
PART 3: How are we to regard the protester at the LGBTQ conference who opposed letting pro-Israel voices be heard?