Palestinian attacker shot dead by security forces after coming out of his car armed with a knife and stabbing the victim in the South Hebron Hills.
- Austria, Germany to reopen rail link closed over migrants (Reuters)
- French court hands suspended jail sentence to man suspected of mentoring young jihadists (Reuters)
- Tunisia: 22 pounds of military explosives used in bus attack that killed 13 people (AP)
- U.S.-led coalition carries out 23 airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria (Reuters)
- Israeli wounded in West Bank stabbing attack was soldier (Haaretz)
- Tunisia explosion death toll rises to 13 (AP)
- Turkish, Russian foreign ministers agree to meet in coming days (Reuters)
- Ukraine closes airspace to all Russian planes (AP)
- Russia will continue air strikes in Syria near Turkish border, Kremlin says (Reuters)
- Initial report of stabbing attack in South Hebron Hills (Haaretz)
- MK Oren Hazan apologizes for mocking disabled colleague: I didn't mean it (Haaretz)
- Germany to send up to 650 soldiers to Mali for peacekeeping mission (Reuters)
- France heightens security ahead of climate conference (AP)
- Putin says second pilot rescued, now safe (AP)
- Suicide bomber responsible for Wednesday's attack on Tunisian bus that killed 13 (Reuters)
ISIS and Assad have put relations between the two countries on the brink for months, despite external appearance of cooperation.
For families of mixed religious backgrounds, Jewish holidays can be a tense; this all-American holiday conveniently averts that.
Comedy for Koby is back; Desert Rose presents 'Together, Against the Odds.'
Jews on the Tunisian island of Djerba trace their roots all the way back to Babylonian exile of 586 B.C., and still pray at Africa's oldest synagogue.
Under the deal, Leviathan gas field will supply natural gas to Egypt through Sinai underwater pipeline.
T. Carmi left his mother's deathbed and begat sons who talk in their sleep.