Fighting along Assad's army in Syria is taking its toll on the Lebanese militia, Lt. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot tells lawmakers.
- Stolen iron gate restored to Dachau concentration camp site (AP)
- Spokesman for Turkey's Erdogan calls on Israel to halt 'illegal settlements' (Reuters)
- Bomb blast kills three in eastern Afghan province, official says (AP)
- SpaceX aborts approach to space station, delivery delayed (AP)
- Germany approves faster deportation of failed asylum-seekers (AP)
- IDF chief accuses politicians of lying about his involvement in Hebron shooter's case (Haaretz)
- Yemen's deputy chief of staff reportedly killed in clashes with Houthi rebels (DPA)
- Turkey reportedly detains 35 suspected Islamic State members in Istanbul (Reuters)
- Lebanese report: Israeli air force attacked targets in Damascus suburb (Haaretz)
- Australian PM: Won't support 'one-sided resolutions' criticizing Israel' like UNSC resolution (AP)
- Malaysia identifies North Korean embassy official as suspect in murder of Kim Jong Nam (Reuters)
- Police officers fatally shoot gun-wielding man in residential area in Oregon, U.S. (AP)
- Cease-fire in Ukraine 'doesn't look too good,' OSCE head says after addressing UN (Reuters)
- CIA-backed aid for Syrian rebels frozen after Islamist attack (Reuters)
- France arrests three on suspicion of wanting to fight in Syria, planning attack (Reuters)
Veteran MSNBC journalist Lawrence O'Donnell declared VP Mike Pence to be 'The most dangerous man in Donald Trump's world.'
Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa makes a powerful point in 'Austerlitz': It's easy to forget to engage with the place you're visiting – even if it's the site of one of history's most horrid tragedies.
Attack takes place outside strategic coastal city of al-Mokha, which lies close to the strait through which much of the world's oil passes.
Focusing on the outsized life of pan-Arabist Fawzi al-Qawuqji, Laila Parsons' 'The Commander' paints a rich picture of the history of Arab nationalism and anti-colonialism through 1948.