Presidential candidate's statement underscores Abbas' call for world to end occupation, senior PLO official Saeb Erekat says after Trump, Netanyahu meeting.
- Turkey welcomes withdrawal of Syrian Kurdish fighters from Manbij (Reuters)
- Iran says some sanctions under nuclear deal still in place (AP)
- Charlotte ends curfew imposed after black man shot by police (AP)
- Khamenei tells Ahmadinejad not to run for president again (Reuters)
- Lavrov: Russia to demand more careful investigation into airstrike on aid convoy in Syria (Reuters)
- Syria's foreign minister says cease-fire 'not dead' (AP)
- Airstrikes pound rebel-held areas of Aleppo overnight, monitor and defense worker say (Reuters)
- France's Hollande says Calais migrant camp to be dismantled (Reuters)
- Eight wounded as explosion hits Turkish army convoy in mainly Kurdish southeast (Reuters)
- Japan's southern island of Okinawa hit by magnitude 5.7 earthquake (Reuters)
- Clinton meets Netanyahu, says Israel's security vital to U.S. (AP)
- Netanyahu meets with Clinton at W Hotel in New York (Haaretz)
- Four wounded in shooting in Swedish city of Malmo, police say (AP)
- U.S., U.K., France walk out of UN emergency meeting when Syria called to speak (AP)
- Trump to PM: Israel is 'vital partner in global war against radical Islamic terrorism' (Haaretz)
Donald Trump promised Benjamin Netanyahu that if elected he'd recognize an undivided Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. So why did Netanyahu leave the meeting looking so forlorn?
Cool fountains and a huge pool in mid-desert enabled by strikingly advanced stone-carved irrigation and water storage system.
Millions of shekels earmarked for struggling rural areas are going to urban religious groups in central Israel linked to his Habayit Hayehudi party.
According to the Pulitzer Prize-winning international expert the Republican presidential nominee is 'dangerous crazy.'
Commentators suggest the firebrand populist will run in next year's elections, but Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's instruction effectively destroys his chances.
Hebrew-language Cinema of Israel site has information on 750 movies and 100 documentaries, with regular updates planned.
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