Sanders makes history, as first Jew to ever win a presidential primary, but spoils it for the others by speaking of his 'Polish father.'
- Erdogan: Turkey spent $10 billion on Syrian refugee crisis compared to UN's $455 million (Reuters)
- French Foreign Minister Fabius says he will leave office (Reuters)
- Iran to purchase Russian Sukhoi-30 fighter jets (AP)
- Heat wave due to hit Israel on Sunday (Haaretz)
- Syria monitor: At least 500 killed in fighting in Allepo in recent gov't offensive (Reuters)
- Iran plans missile upgrade after receiving Russian anti-air system within two months (Reuters)
- Court rejects plea bargain from former PM Olmert, adding one month to jail sentence (Haaretz)
- UN experts: North Korea continues to evade UN sanctions (AP)
- Clinton congratulates Sanders, acknowledges she has to win over younger voters (Reuters)
- John Kasich projected to finish second in Republican primary (AP)
- Clinton campaign manager downplays NH defeat, says nomination will be won in March (AP)
- Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump projected to win New Hampshire primaries (Haaretz)
- U.S. Supreme Court blocks Obama carbon emissions plan (Reuters)
- Poll: 66 percent of GOP voters support banning Muslims from entering U.S. (Haaretz)
- Kuwait backs alliances against Islamic State, but no troops (Reuters)
Minister Erdan is misleading us twice when he presents the burial of murderer Baruch Goldstein as proof that Israel doesn’t discriminate between Jews and Palestinians.
Poor people have iPhones too? Sanders was ignored, then mocked, but if anybody can change the trajectory of increasingly mucky American politics, maybe it's him.
Minors aged 14, 16 charged with attempted murder after watching videos of Israeli troops degrading Palestinian women.
Sanders continues to play down his Jewishness, calling himself the son of a Polish immigrant in his victory speech, and the Jewish establishment has a hard time considering him one of its own.
Although regime troops and Shi'ite militias are tightening the siege on Aleppo, there are still some 300,000 people who want to stay. Some don’t intend to leave, just some cannot.
‘Muqtatafat,’ an English-language anthology of cartoons, depicts the region’s politics in somber, incendiary and sometimes surreal scenes