'What is my label according to this booklet. What am I?' Christian Arab Justice Joubran says in hearing over petition to ban use of booklet. Justice Zylbertal doesn't understand why Supreme Court portrayed as 'controversial,' and Justice Danziger doesn't see the point in the document in the first place.
- Report: Explosion near migration office near Nuremberg, Germany (Reuters)
- Pope says attacks shows "world is at war", religion not to blame (Reuters)
- Turkey: 10,000 soldiers, 5,000 others detained over failed coup (Reuters)
- Kremlin says allegations it hacked U.S. Democratic Party 'made-up horror stories' (Reuters)
- Morocco says 52 suspected ISIS-inspired militants arrested, attacks foiled (Reuters)
- At least 44 killed, dozens wounded in car bomb in Syria, state TV says (AP)
- Turkish army says coup plotting soldiers account for 1,5 percent of military (Reuters)
- At least 6 killed, 15 wounded by suicide bomber in Shi'ite neighborhood in Iraq's Baghdad (AP)
- ISIS says Ansbach attacker fought for ISIS, Al-Qaida, Nusra Front before coming to Germany (AP)
- ISIS claims responsibility for deadly attack on Syrian town (AP)
- Heightened security at Geneva airport after anonymous phone call, officials say (Reuters)
- Iran watchdog slates next presidential election for May 2017 (AP)
- IDF: Palestinian killed near Hebron overnight was assailant who killed West Bank rabbi (Haaretz)
- Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says glass ceiling was broken at DNC vote (Haaretz)
- Former President Bill Clinton endorses his wife, Hillary Clinton, at the DNC (Haaretz)
'If the coup had been a success, the revolution in Syria would be dead, because Turkey wouldn't support it anymore,' says Omar, one of the many Syrian refugees who took up arms for Erdogan on the night of the attempted military coup.
Gal Muggia and Vania Heymann are among the contenders for MTV's best direction award for the highly acclaimed 'Up&Up' video. Beyoncé leads the nominee ranking with nominations in 11 different categories for 'Lemonade.'
Though he has worked at the Beit Aryeh settlement for nine years, Israel's Civil Administration had denied Issa Abu Sheikh permission to join an excursion, citing unspecific security reasons. Following a Haaretz query, Abu Sheikh got a one day pass.
Weiner died in Newport as he prepared to head to the convention in Philadelphia to hear Bill Clinton speak.
Zaman, which was linked to Fethullah Gulen's religious movement, was raided by police and seized by the government in March as part of a clampdown on the group.
Probability of infection is vanishingly low, just 6 to 80 people out of about 500,000, say doctors. But still.
The former New York City mayor, quoted by The Washington Post, bases his assessment on meetings with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other officials during a March visit to Israel. PM's Office denies Netanyahu had voiced any preferences in the U.S. election.