Rise in troop deployment in the West Bank and large number of detainees since the wave of terror erupted two months ago could explain the surge, IDF says.
- Prominent East Jerusalem lawyer arrested on suspicion of Facebook incitement (Haaretz)
- Ash Carter: Turkey should do against ISIS from air, ground (Reuters)
- Suspected Islamists in Paris court in first trial since attacks (Reuters)
- IAF chief Maj. Gen. Amir Eshel visit India as guest of local counterpart (Haaretz)
- Bulgarian police end check at Sofia airport, explosive not found (Reuters)
- Explosion at Istanbul metro station believed to have been caused by power transformer (Reuters)
- Istanbul municipality says trains suspended at one metro station after loud noise (Reuters)
- About 2,500 asylum seekers now jailed in Holot the highest since its establishment (Haaretz)
- Netanyahu: Israel operates in Syria occasionally (Haaretz)
- Obama says despite challenges, thinks climate change can be solved (Reuters)
- EU commits 350 million euros in aid for displaced Syrians (DPA)
- Governor: Seven Kurdish militants killed in clashes with Turkish forces (Reuters)
- Diplomats: NATO to invite Montenegro to join alliance (AP)
- Italy, Kosovo police arrest four jihadist suspects (Reuters)
- Obama urges Turkey, Russia to set tension aside, focus on ISIS (AP)
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