During his time as a commander in Iraq, McMaster reportedly told soldiers that disrespecting local civilians was akin to 'working for the enemy.'
- More than 100 headstones reportedly vandalized at St. Louis Jewish cemetery (Haaretz)
- White House responds to JCC bomb scares: 'These actions are unacceptable' (JTA)
- Magnitude 4.7 earthquake shakes Panama's capital, no immediate reports of injuries (AP)
- Bill restricting fundraising by political nonprofits passes first Knesset reading (Haaretz)
- U.S. President Trump announces that General McMaster named national security adviser (Reuters)
- Iran summons Turkish envoy over comments by president, foreign minister (Reuters)
- After Trump remarks, Saudi repeats Palestinian state support (AP)
- Turkish army says 34 Kurdish militants killed in air strikes in Iraq (Reuters)
- Iraqi troops push into ISIS-held southern outskirts of Mosul (AP)
- Turkey detains over 1,500 in latest operations over alleged militant links (Reuters)
- VP Mike Pence: EU, U.S. share common values, will search for new common ground with Russia (Reuters)
- Famine declared in parts of South Sudan by UN, local government (AP)
- U.S. service member dies in non-combat related incident in Iraq (Reuters)
- Two rockets fired from Sinai hit southern Israel (Haaretz)
- Iran launches 'advanced' rockets during military exercises, local news reports (AP)
Staffers at Neot Kipat Hazahav nursing home in Haifa filed complaints, but nothing was done, according to Channel 2 News.
Announcement cancelling Yiannopoulos's book came hours after the Breitbart editor and right-wing provocateur was disinvited to this year's Conservative Political Action Conference.
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For three days, some 20,000 Saudis decked out in costumes and face paint attended Saudi Arabia's first-ever Comic Con, celebrating a culture which until now had been largely underground in the Islamic Kingdom.
Industry is only responsible for a quarter of the air pollution in the northern Israeli city - the bigger problem rests with the public.