The arms dealer is charged with exporting U.S.-made warplane parts without a permit and violating American laws barring commerce with the Islamic Republic. In his defense, the man claims all the parts he sold were junk.
- French interior minister: Burkini ban would increase tensions (Reuters)
- At least 28 Libyan fighters killed in battle against ISIS, says hospital (Reuters)
- Nigerian president says Boko Haram leader has been wounded in airstrike (AP)
- Germany, France, Poland call for greater efforts to end fighting in eastern Ukraine (Reuters)
- Egyptian rights lawyer Malek Adly, who defied Sissi, released from prison (AP)
- Benjamin Ben-Eliezer has died, aged 80 (Haaretz)
- IDF begins investigation of soldier who killed unarmed Palestinian near Silwad (Haaretz)
- German vice chancellor: Merkel "underestimated" challenge of integrating migrants (Reuters)
- Iran arrests member of nuclear deal team on suspicion of spying (Reuters)
- Medvedev gives green light for charter flights from Russia to Turkey (Reuters)
- Turkish military says airstrikes kill 25 Kurdish militants in northern Syria (Reuters)
- Turkish forces kill 7 members of Kurdish militant group is southeast Turkey (Reuters)
- Turkey-backed Syrian rebels aim to capture Manbij city from Kurdish-allied forces (Reuters)
- At least 15 civilians killed by Turkish airstrikes in northern Syria, monitor says (Reuters)
- Monitor: Turkey-backed rebels capture two villages from Kurdish-allied militias in Syria (Reuters)
What to do, where to eat and how to get around the north of Israel.
Anyone ever expecting Israel to end the occupation, either voluntarily or via international pressure, needs to think again. We are on course to become a binational state, and Jews should plan accordingly.
Solider who shot Iyad Hamed on Friday is now being questioned after a preliminary investigation said the Palestinian was unarmed and not a terrorist.
Northern Irish police are treating the incident as a hate crime, British media say. A city councilor says eight youths destroyed more than a dozen graves using jackhammers.
Claiming that al-Obeidi's firing was 'a political issue and not a military one,' the Ministry of Defense spokesman said that it will not interrupt the operation.
After the firing of a big star and the departure of another, how will one of TV’s most popular crime procedurals fare in its 12th season?
At a private meeting held last week in New York the billionaire advised the candidate show a measure of humility, The New York Times reports. The next day Trump said he regrets 'saying the wrong thing' at a N.C. rally.