'The claim that there was no serious discussion about the tunnels in the diplomatic-security cabinet is far from the truth,'Netanyahu says at a meeting with military reporters.
- Iran denies Washington's charges it hosts 3 senior al-Qaida figures (AP)
- Post-Brexit vote rise in hate crimes prompts Britain to review policing (Reuters)
- Two more arrested in France in connection with Nice attack (Reuters)
- Bangladesh police say 9 militants killed in raid in Dhaka (AP)
- Lavrov dismisses claims Moscow behind Democrats' email hack (Reuters)
- 19 killed in Japan center for the disabled in country's worse mass killings in decades (Reuters)
- Sanders at DNC: None more disappointed than I over results of primary (Haaretz)
- Solar plane "Solar Impulse 2" completes first-ever circle of the globe (dpa)
- 15 killed, many injured in stabbing attack near Japan's Tokyo (Reuters)
- Syrian army says 2 Israeli reconnaissance planes strike building in Syrian Golan (Reuters)
- Ansbach attacker vowed in video Germans 'won't be able to sleep peacefully anymore' (AP)
- Magnitude 6.2 earthquake strikes Chile, no damages, casualties reported (AP)
- Sanders draws boos at Democratic National Convention after calling for election of Clinton (AP)
- Wasserman Schultz will not address Democratic Convention, CNN says (Reuters)
- Sanders: 'Trump is a danger for the future of our country and must be defeated' (Reuters)
Saying Israelis and Palestinians can reach peace without outside intervention is like saying George Wallace and MLK could have ended discrimination without federal help.
The ejection of Congresswoman Schultz from the Democratic party leadership is one more step in the waltz of the Democrats away from Israel.
Haredim want to live well, too, insists Yisrael Porush, mayor of the ultra-Orthodox town of Elad. He’s overcoming a land shortage by forging ties with the Arab town next door.
Silverman tells Democratic convention she would now vote for Hillary Clinton 'with gusto' as she continues to be 'inspired and moved to action by the ideals set forth by Bernie, who will never stop fighting for us.'
Assassinations, shootings and bombings in the Ain al-Hilweh camp in southern Lebanon are aimed at showing that Fatah and other Palestinian factions are losing control.
A comparison between the repertoire of the 2016-17 season and that of 1966 shows how out-of-date the orchestra is becoming, although there are some who disagree.
Sanders' delegates chanted the Vermont senator's name during the start of the convention and booed lustily at early mentions of rival Hillary Clinton.