Breaking:

  • Syrian regime forces seize five more areas of Aleppo, Russia says (Reuters)
  • Belgium detains eight over suspected recruitment for ISIS in Syria (Reuters)
  • Libyan forces re-take final ISIS-held district of formal stronghold of Sirte (Reuters)
  • Germany's Christian Democrats re-elect Merkel as party chairwoman (Reuters)
  • Iranians accused of plotting attack on Israeli embassy also filmed Kenyan president's office (AP)
  • Syrian regime forces take large parts of Aleppo's central-eastern districts from rebels (AP)
  • Saudi Arabia sentences 15 to death in Iranian spy cell trial (AP)
  • N.Y.C. mayor blames Trump for 35-percent increase in city's hate crimes (AP)
  • After defeat, Austrian far-right leader says planning 2022 run for presidency (AP)
  • Netanyahu: We must threaten to annihilate those who threaten us (Haaretz)
  • Sinkhole repair to shut Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Highway for 2 hours (Haaretz)
  • Appeals court to examine ex-CIA officer's Iran nuclear leak conviction (AP)
  • Iraq army launches fresh Mosul assault, targeting Mosul bridge (Reuters)
  • Golden Netanyahu statue toppled soon after being placed in Tel Aviv's Rabin Square (Haaretz)
  • EU negotiator eyes October 2018 for Brexit deal (Reuters)

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