Defense minister says Israel should actively work to end Abbas’ rule, but at the same time, it shouldn’t blame itself for the situation in the West Bank.
- Police release 4 detained for eluding guards at Ben-Gurion checkpoint (Haaretz)
- Israeli military shuts down West Bank-based Palestinian radio station for three months (Haaretz)
- Ahead of school year, left-wing Israelis protest 'distorted' new civics text (Haaretz)
- John McCain wins Arizona Republican nominating contest, CNN reports (Reuters)
- Donald Trump says in tweet he is looking forward to meeting Mexican president on Wednesday (Reuters)
- Wasserman Schultz wins Florida Democratic nod in U.S. House race, Miami Herald reports (Reuters)
- UN Security Council extends mandate of southern Lebanon peacekeepers (AP)
- Marco Rubio wins Republican nominating contest for Florida Senate seat (AP)
- U.S. targeted ISIS' Adnani in Tuesday air strike in Syria's al-Bab, U.S. official says (Reuters)
- ISIS says spokesman Abu Muhammad Al-Adnani killed in Aleppo, Syria (Reuters)
- Egypt approves first-ever law to regulate construction of churches despite Christian opposition (AP)
- Three Turkish soldiers wounded as tank comes under fire near Jarablus, northern Syria (Reuters)
- Turkish judge seeks asylum in Greece, claims persecution by Erdogan's government (Reuters)
- Former Mossad chief Pardo: Society divided, internal threats more worrying than external (Haaretz)
- Over 10,000 killed in Yemen war, nearly twice other estimates, UN says (Reuters)
A testimony at the trial of Elor Azaria, the soldier who killed a subdued Palestinian assailant in Hebron, reveals that the real battle taking place isn't about the army's values.
It's time to stop pretending that racism can ever be good for the Jews.
The suspects, freed on Wednesday morning, say they drove into the airport by mistake and fled because they were nervous about having their car searched.
Ferdinand Lasalle's strain of socialism failed to win over Marx and his love failed to win over a woman's father.
Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, one of the jihadist group's longest-serving officials, was killed near Aleppo, the group says; U.S. official confirms airstrike targeted his vehicle on Tuesday.
Nili Tal, whose documentary 'Saving Nur' tells about Israeli volunteers who aid a sick Gazan girl, says she doesn't think the movie is too forgiving.
'It’s easy to terrorize... Perhaps the media would do us all a service if they didn’t cover it quite as much. People wouldn’t know what’s going on,' said the U.S. Secretary of State.