The army admitted that Iyad Hamed, who was killed in Silwad, did not pose a threat; the shooter was interrogated and released to his unit.
- Death toll in suicide bombing in Yemen rises to at least 45, medical source says (Reuters)
- Explosion at Brussels crime institute caused by arson, not bomb, prosecutor says (Reuters)
- Kurdish spokesman denies that Syria's Manbij, Jarablus are being reinforced by Kurdish YPG (Reuters)
- Soldier who shot dead unarmed Palestinian in Silwad faces involuntary manslaughter charge (Haaretz)
- German minister sees progress on lawmaker visits to Turkish airbase of Incirlik (Reuters)
- At least 15 killed in suicide attack in Yemen, Doctors without Borders source says (Reuters)
- Syrian-Kurdish fighters reinforcing Syrian town of Manbij with weapons, personnel (Reuters)
- Bomb explodes at Brussels criminology institute, no casualties, broadcaster reports (Reuters)
- Los Angeles airport police say investigating unconfirmed reports of shots fired (Reuters)
- Saudi Arabia says rocket fired from Yemen kills 2 children (AP)
- Cyclist seriously injured in collision with car in Tel Aviv (Haaretz)
- French interior minister: Burkini ban would increase tensions (Reuters)
- At least 28 Libyan fighters killed in battle against ISIS, says hospital (Reuters)
- Nigerian president says Boko Haram leader has been wounded in airstrike (AP)
- Germany, France, Poland call for greater efforts to end fighting in eastern Ukraine (Reuters)
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Solider who shot Iyad Hamed on Friday is now being questioned after a preliminary investigation said the Palestinian was unarmed and not a terrorist.
'At Basel, I founded the Jewish state,' Herzl wrote - after all else failed.
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