• Diplomat David Govrin appointed Israel's new ambassador to Cairo pending cabinet approval (Haaretz)
  • Russian airstrikes boost ISIS in Syria, says U.S. envoy (Reuters)
  • More than 60 people killed in suicide bombings in northern Nigeria, officials say (Reuters)
  • Iraq PM says sending ground troops to Syria would be 'dangerous escalation' (Reuters)
  • Sudan summons U.S. envoy over Darfur sanctions draft resolution (Reuters)
  • Chris Christie suspends 2016 White House run (Reuters)
  • Cruz finishes 3rd in New Hampshire's GOP primary; Bush takes 4th, Rubio ends up 5th (AP)
  • Saudi King Salman to visit Moscow in mid-March (Reuters)
  • Robert Kennedy assassin Sirhan Sirhan faces parole board again (Reuters)
  • EU executive recommends suspending third of migrant relocations to Austria (Reuters)
  • Syrian opposition says Russian strikes must stop before peace talks (Reuters)
  • Three people killed by land mine in eastern Ukraine (AP)
  • Erekat: Netanyahu's statement on fences reminiscent of South African apartheid (Haaretz)
  • Egyptian court acquits Mubarak-era minister of corruption charges (Reuters)
  • Erdogan: Turkey spent $10 billion on Syrian refugee crisis compared to UN's $455 million (Reuters)

Must Reads


Jewish World

Middle East