Israel's defense industry fears U.S. document could threaten Israel's drone exports; some 40 nations sign document meant to regulate armed drone sales and usage among U.S. allies.
- Yemen truce expires, air raids resume on Sanaa, say residents (Reuters)
- Turkish artillery aiding Iraqi Kurds in northern Iraq, says Turkish PM (AP)
- Ten Fatah members expelled by party chief Abbas for meeting with adversary Mohammed Dahlan (Haaretz)
- Turkish PM: Proposed executive presidential system ready to be taken to Parliament (Reuters)
- Lithuania goes to polls with centre-right opposition set to win power (Reuters)
- Police officer killed, 10 people wounded in bomb in east Turkey (Reuters)
- Italy coastguard: 14 dead, 5,700 survivors in sea migrant rescues (DPA)
- Violence breaks out ahead of planned clearing of Calais refugee camp (DPA)
- Sanaa air raids resume as Yemen truce expires (Reuters)
- Eleventh woman says Trump kissed her, others without permission (DPA)
- AT&T, Time Warner 'unanimously' agree to $108.7B deal (Reuters)
- Likud MK to push bill barring calls for sanctions against Israel in int'l forums (Haaretz)
- Israel to impose two-day closure on West Bank, Gaza during holiday (Haaretz)
- Russia: U.S. airstrike in Iraq as part of Mosul campaign constitutes "war crime" (AP)
- British police find second "suspicious item" after arresting London teen last week (Reuters)
'The occupation must end' — that’s the flag that must unite Israel's opposition. Those who don’t wave it are helping make the status quo in the territories permanent.
Israeli army says stop-work orders have been issued and further enforcement efforts will be taken in Jordan Valley, but Haaretz saw work continuing on Thursday.
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'Black people were never taught that we were survivors. If anything, we’re pretty much taught that we were born to die. Being Jewish, I was never able to look at things like that.'
Iran's president cites candidate's behavior in presidential debates as proof that there is 'no morality in that country.'
Artists from around the world ink the wounded to try and erase painful memories while drawing inspiration from the works at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
Nonetheless, the GOP candidate’s harshest conservative critics remain starry-eyed groupies of Israel's prime minister.