Sanctions include limits on imports, suspension on visa-free travel, and ban on hiring Turkish nationals by Russian companies.
- Alleged assailant behind officer's stabbing in north to remain in custody for 4 more days (Haaretz)
- Sanctions like those Russia imposed only deepen problem, senior Turkish official says (Reuters)
- Firebomb explodes near gas station in East Jerusalem; no injuries or damage caused (Haaretz)
- Kremlin website says Putin has signed order on special economic measures against Turkey (Reuters)
- Netanyahu to meet Israeli opposition leaders for defense briefing (Haaretz)
- Syrian army says Turkey last night fired a number of mortar bombs "towards our positions" (Reuters)
- Kremlin says Putin 'fully mobilized' to tackle threat from Turkey (Reuters)
- Suicide car bomb kills seven in northern Iraq (Reuters)
- Turkish police fire water cannon, tear gas at Istanbul march (Reuters)
- Thousands protest outlawing of Islamic Movement in Umm al-Fahm in northern Israel (Haaretz)
- Kenya police: 2 Kenyans arrested for spying for Iran (AP)
- Syria insurgents recapture town in Aleppo province from army (AP)
- Turkey's Erdogan: We wish Russian plane downing had not happened (AP)
- Top Kurdish lawyer killed in clashes in southeast Turkey (Reuters)
- Turkish foreign ministry advises Turkish citizens against all non-urgent travel to Russia (Reuters)
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