'Fuad', as he was usually called, always walked the line between the legal and illegal, and his family and many friends can be comforted in knowing he left this world an innocent man.
- Saudi Arabia say 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)
- Egyptian rights lawyer Malek Adly, who defied Sissi, released from prison (AP)
- Benjamin Ben-Eliezer has died, aged 80 (Haaretz)
- IDF begins investigation of soldier who killed unarmed Palestinian near Silwad (Haaretz)
- German vice chancellor: Merkel "underestimated" challenge of integrating migrants (Reuters)
- Iran arrests member of nuclear deal team on suspicion of spying (Reuters)
- Medvedev gives green light for charter flights from Russia to Turkey (Reuters)
- Turkish military says airstrikes kill 25 Kurdish militants in northern Syria (Reuters)
- Turkish forces kill 7 members of Kurdish militant group is southeast Turkey (Reuters)
- Turkey-backed Syrian rebels aim to capture Manbij city from Kurdish-allied forces (Reuters)
No one bats an eye over Friday's killing of an innocent man by an Israeli soldier. It's not terror, or apartheid, or racism or dehumanization. It's only killing a subhuman.
Known for his sense of humor, Iraq-born senior Labor Party politician was first Israeli minister to meet with PLO chairman Yasser Arafat, and served as a minister in Israeli governments throughout the '90s and '00s. His later life was marred by a corruption scandal.
Percentage of graduates seeking to become officers in army has fallen, however — from 26% in 2001 to 11% last year.
Northern Irish police are treating the incident as a hate crime, British media say. A city councilor says eight youths destroyed more than a dozen graves using jackhammers.
The Islamic State is currently being defeated by modest forces, showing the errors made by the West, Russia and even Iran when in 2014 they didn’t launch a major offensive.
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At a private meeting held last week in New York the billionaire advised the candidate show a measure of humility, The New York Times reports. The next day Trump said he regrets 'saying the wrong thing' at a N.C. rally.