Senior Air Force commander, however, cites a mutual understanding on where Russian and Israeli planes can operate.
- Report: Russian S-400 air-defense missile system operational in Syria (Haaretz)
- Belgian PM: Threat remains serious, but not as imminent as previously feared (Reuters)
- Report: Two detained in Mali on suspicion of involvement in attack on hotel in capital (Haaretz)
- Russia threatens economic retaliation against Turkey over downed jet (Reuters)
- British FM Hammond says feels like we are building consensus for military action in Syria (Reuters)
- France's Hollande tells Putin time for grand coalition against ISIS (Reuters)
- German police commando units arrest two in Berlin suspected of planning attack (Reuters)
- North and South Korea agree to hold high-level talks next month (AP)
- Palestinian Health Ministry: 20-year-old man killed in clashes north of Hebron (Haaretz)
- Russian defense ministry says suspends cooperation with Turkish military (Reuters)
- Two suspected Islamists arrested in Berlin; police warn of threat (DPA)
- Stranded migrants in Greece try to storm into Macedonia, tear down fence (Reuters)
- Belgium lowers security threat level in Brussels (Reuters)
- Italy says no agreement made at G20 to extend Russia sanctions (Reuters)
- Pope says 'catastrophic' if interests derail next week's Paris climate talks (AP)
Before the current wave of violence began, the IDF called to significantly ease restrictions on the West Bank, but the government sees things differently.
In the current situation, the risk in preserving the status quo is far greater than the risk in trying to change it.
Two Palestinians killed in clashes with security forces; police say third man shot during attempted stabbing attack near Tapuah Junction.
Assailant shouts 'Jews should go back to Auschwitz. Hitler was right,' at a 19-year-old man studying at the Boca Raton Chabad center.
French president's announcement comes during talks with Russia's Putin in Moscow, amid his diplomatic push to create a common front against ISIS.
Danny Boyle’s new biopic is a patently intelligent work with laudable intentions, yet unable to gain a satisfying heft.