High-ranking Central Command officer sees attacks lasting for months, doesn't rule out further escalation; Ya'alon: Israel will expand West Bank fence.
- Eagles of Death Metal band wants to return and play at Bataclan (DPA)
- Letter calls for candidates for next UN chief by spring (AP)
- U.S. F-16 fighter jet crashes on training mission; pilot safe (AP)
- Netanyahu congratulates Argentine president-elect Mauricio Macri (Haaretz)
- Death of man in police custody sparks riots in Egypt (AP)
- EU official rules out coalition with Russia in Syria as long as it targets Syrian opposition (AP)
- Ahead of election, five journalists arrested in Niger (Reuters)
- Fifteen dead in Honduras from two massacres in twelve hours (AP)
- Iran: Turkey is responsible for heightened tensions in region after downing Russian plane (AP)
- French PM urges de-escalation of Russia-Turkey tensions after downing of Russian jet (Reuters)
- French PM: Would be 'very good signal' if Germany went further in fighting ISIS (AP)
- EU's Mogherini says Moscow agrees to keep up diplomacy on Syria (Reuters)
- Obama: No specific, credible intel on any specific terror plot in U.S. over Thanksgiving (Reuters)
- 47 killed during overnight clashes in contested Yemen province (AP)
- Czechs arrest Turkish national wanted by Interpol for terror links (AP)
The Israeli High Court's claim that home demolitions need not be applied to Jews because they support terror less than Palestinians must be rejected.
Imagine you could find a use for doggy doo and potato peels and save the planet too: Like that thought? This startup’s cooking-gas and fertilizer production system is for you.
Tel Aviv’s first tech IPO of 2015 fails; TA-25 index ends lower, but most of the market posts gains.
A Swiss foundation seeks to add Frank's father, Otto, as a co-author, which would extend the copyright to 2050.
When Ashraf Fayadh was tried last year on blasphemy-related charges, he was sentenced to 800 lashes and four years in prison. After filing an appeal, his sentence turned into execution for apostasy.
T. Carmi left his mother's deathbed and begat sons who talk in their sleep.