The series of measures included the release of Palestinian prisoners and giving weapons to Palestinian security forces; defense officials now believe the recommendations can only be applied if the violence subsides.
- 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)
- U.S. sanctions 10 targets for supporting Syria's Assad, helping Assad buy oil from ISIS (Reuters)
- Approximately 500 demonstrators gather in Haifa to protest violence against women (Haaretz)
- Brussels soccer team Anderlecht to play behind closed doors due to terror threat (AP)
- Khamenei: Iran to back Palestinians 'in any way we can' (Reuters)
- U.S. Army Gen. says individuals closest to Kunduz hospital strike suspended from duties (Reuters)
- ISIS claims responsibility for Tunisia bus attack (Reuters)
- Surviving crew member of Russian jet says no warning from Turkey (Reuters)
- Knesset rejects proposal to establish commission of inquiry on murder of women (Haaretz)
- Kerry after Israeli trip: Violence between Israelis, Palestinians can spin out of control (Haaretz)
- Austria, Germany to reopen rail link closed over migrants (Reuters)
- French court hands suspended jail sentence to man suspected of mentoring young jihadists (Reuters)
Our senior correspondent, who reported from the French capital in the days after the tragic attacks, tackles readers' questions.
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Habayit Hayehudi lawmaker ousted as faction chair over accusations by former colleagues.
Ally of former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi and possible right-wing candidate for Milan mayor says only Italian should be used for sermons in mosques, synagogues.
Tunisia's Interior Ministry says 10 kilograms (22 pounds) of military explosives were used in the attack.
T. Carmi left his mother's deathbed and begat sons who talk in their sleep.