• Four people wounded in a blast at an apartment in Kfar Sava in central Israel overnight (Haaretz)
  • UN: At least 3,545 civilians killed by fighting in Afghanistan in 2015 (Reuters)
  • Ukraine announces it will open criminal probe into Israeli MK's visit to Crimea (Haaretz)
  • Seoul: Pyongyang used money from joint factories for weapons (AP)
  • Trump: Iran deal is a disgrace and embarrassment to this country (Haaretz)
  • Magnitude-5.8 earthquake shakes New Zealand's Christchurch (AP)
  • CNN: Obama intends to nominate successor for Scalia on Supreme Court (Reuters)
  • U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia reportedly dies at 79 (Reuters)
  • U.S. regains Hellfire air-to-ground missile from Cuba (Reuters)
  • Some 100 protesting in Jerusalem against new civics curriculum (Haaretz)
  • France will not take in more than 30,000 refugees, prime minister say (DPA)
  • Former IDF general Avigdor 'Yanush' Ben-Gal dies at 80 (Haaretz)
  • Poland wants punishments for use of 'Polish death camp' phrase (Reuters)
  • Three Border Police officers wounded in suspected West Bank car-ramming attack (Haaretz)
  • Russia warns of new Cold War as east Ukraine violence surges (Reuters)

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