Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot accuses politicians of lying about his conduct in the case of Sgt. Elor Azaria, who shot and killed a prone Palestinian attacker in Hebron.
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- Defense Minister Lieberman: All sides must respect Azaria verdict (Haaretz)
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There were no indications yet if anyone was injured or killed.
Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa makes a powerful point in 'Austerlitz': It's easy to forget to engage with the place you're visiting – even if it's the site of one of history's most horrid tragedies.
Attack takes place outside strategic coastal city of al-Mokha, which lies close to the strait through which much of the world's oil passes.
Late night comics had fun Monday night after U.S. President Donald Trump appeared to invent a terror attack in Sweden during a rally in Florida on Saturday.