Kerry left the region this week bitterly disappointed; Netanyahu signaled he regards opposition leader Herzog as nothing more than a spare tire.
- At least eight injured in shooting near abortion clinic in Colorado (Reuters)
- NSA to shut down bulk phone surveillence of Americans by Sunday (Reuters)
- Border Police officer, 37, wounded in stabbing in Nahariya (Haaretz)
- IDF imposes closure on village of Beit Ummar, near Hebron, after cabinet approves measure (Haaretz)
- Suicide bomber hits Shi'ite procession in Nigeria, 21 reported killed (Reuters)
- Jets believed to be Russian carried out airstrikes in Syria near Turkish border (Reuters)
- Russia to suspend visa-free regime with Turkey starting 2016 (Reuters)
- Seven Palestinians wounded by IDF fire during clashes north of Hebron (Haaretz)
- Car catches fire in East Jerusalem in apparent firebomb attack, no injuries reported (Haaretz)
- Tunisia puts scores suspected of being returning jihadists under house arrest (Reuters)
- IDF shoots at Palestinians who rioted at the Gaza border (Haaretz)
- Turkey's Erdogan warns Russia not to 'play with fire' regarding downed Russian warplane (Reuters)
- UNICEF: AIDS leading cause of death for African teenagers (AP)
- Turkey's Erdogan says does not want to harm relations with Russia (Reuters)
- Berlin police release two terrorist suspects (AP)
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