Though Jerusalem rarely voices its opinion on the raging Syrian war, Israel secretly prefers war of attrition between the Assad's regime and its enemies.
- Obama to meet with Jordan's King Abdullah in White House later this month (Reuters)
- Iran awards medals of honor to its nuclear negotiators (AP)
- 11-year-old wounded in suspected stabbing in central Israel (Haaretz)
- Australian hostage released by Al-Qaida in Burkina Faso; husband still held captive (AP)
- 11 migrants drown trying to cross from Turkey to Greek island of Lesbos (AP)
- Syrian army troops make gains near Aleppo, retake nearby village (AP)
- Saudi Arabia intercepts ballistic missile fired from Yemen (AP)
- Russian security service detains 7 ISIS members planning attack in Moscow (Reuters)
- Israeli Bedouin to be indicted for making contact with Jordanian jihadists (Haaretz)
- Germany's Merkel meets with Turkish officials on reducing influx of migrants to Europe (AP)
- Iranian president awards nuclear deal team medals of honor (AP)
- Health Ministry: 1,600 Israelis died from air pollution-related illnesses in 2015 (Haaretz)
- Rescuers find 3 more survivors from Taiwan earthquake; toll likely to exceed 100 (Reuters)
- UN condemns North Korea's rocket launch, promises 'significant' sanctions (AP)
- Denver Broncos beat Carolina Panthers 24-10, winning Super Bowl 50 (Haaretz)
Forty years on, 'Operation Thunderbolt,' an authoritative account of the rescue of 102 hostages from a hijacked plane – warts and all – has finally come to light.
Egyptian manga fans celebrate the third comic con in Cairo, celebrating their obsession with the Japanese cultural phenomenon while adhering to local religious values.
There have been several cases of officers from the unit, which oversees civilian issues in the occupied territories, being charged with bribe-taking.
On the verge of closing, the Canadian Jewish News found new life with a fresh look, racier content, and a willingness to challenge opinions across the political spectrum.
Nabil Shaath, who served as the Palestinian Authoritys' first foreign minister, spoke to the PA's Awdha TV about the current state of the peace process and his dissatisfaction with the U.S. as an honest broker.
Who needs the little gold statue? Nominees in the main categories will receive an extravagant gift basket valued at $200,000.