After bomb threats and vandalism to cemetery, ADL director plans to ask Trump: 'What is your plan to combat anti-Semitism?'
- Detroit suburb agrees to allow construction of a mosque, in legal settlement (AP)
- Le Pen aides taken into police custody for alleged misuse of EU funds (Reuters)
- France's centrist Macron would beat Le Pen in runoff, 60 percent to 40, poll finds (Reuters)
- Trump expected to revoke rules on transgender bathrooms (Reuters)
- ADL headquarters in NY hit with bomb threat (JTA)
- Son of dissident Iranian cleric begins prison term (AP)
- French Centrist candidate Bayrou decides against standing for election (Reuters)
- Stolen iron gate restored to Dachau concentration camp site (AP)
- Spokesman for Turkey's Erdogan calls on Israel to halt 'illegal settlements' (Reuters)
- Bomb blast kills three in eastern Afghan province, official says (AP)
- SpaceX aborts approach to space station, delivery delayed (AP)
- Germany approves faster deportation of failed asylum-seekers (AP)
- IDF chief accuses politicians of lying about his involvement in Hebron shooter's case (Haaretz)
- Yemen's deputy chief of staff reportedly killed in clashes with Houthi rebels (DPA)
- Turkey reportedly detains 35 suspected Islamic State members in Istanbul (Reuters)
Draft document obtained by Reuters reverses former Democratic President Barack Obama's initiative which instructed public schools to allow transgender students to use the bathrooms matching their gender identity.
The gate, bearing the slogan 'Arbeit macht frei,' or 'Work sets you free,' was located in the Bergen area of Norway after authorities received an anonymous tip late last year.
Attack takes place outside strategic coastal city of al-Mokha, which lies close to the strait through which much of the world's oil passes.
Planners hoped that they could turn an ordinary city into a dazzling tourist Mecca with the addition of a cultural jewel.