What is surprising is not that the attacks have resumed, but that there were over two months of quiet. As the attacks increase, so does the tension between Defense Minister Lieberman and the top military brass.
- Suicide bomber kills seven, wounds 28 in Baghdad, police say (Reuters)
- Three construction workers injured, one severely, in unrelated accidents across Israel (Haaretz)
- British FM: Russians guilty of protracting war in Syria and of war crimes (Reuters)
- Unidentified explosion rocks Hungary's capital, two injured (Reuters)
- Arab coalition airstrikes kill nine people in Houthi-controlled city in central Yemen (Reuters)
- Netanyahu apologizes for comparing Hebron shooter's family to bereaved military families (Haaretz)
- Baltimore Police: Three gunmen shoot, wound eight in attack (AP)
- Suspect in fatal shooting of five people at Washington state mall captured (Reuters)
- UN Security Council to meet Sunday on fighting in Aleppo, at request of U.S., U.K., France (Reuters)
- Charlotte police release video of fatal shooting after protests (Reuters)
- Syria believes it's on way to military victory, FM tells UN (AP)
- UN chief Ban appalled by 'chilling escalation' in Syria's Aleppo (Reuters)
- N.Y. Times endorses Clinton for U.S. president (Reuters)
- 25 killed in fresh airstrikes in Aleppo, monitor says; more than 100 dead since Friday (Reuters)
- Jeremy Corbyn re-elected leader of Britain's Labour party (Reuters)
Netanyahu is taking a miscalculated risk. It will end in a slight embarrassment, at best, or will explode in his face, at worst
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