Flip flop follows orders from Netanyahu, source says; investigator's work visa request was initially denied 'due the NGO's extreme, hostile and anti-Israel agenda.'
- Turkish military says has seized control of Syria's al-Bab (Reuters)
- Iraqi PM says ordered air force to strike ISIS positions in Syria (Reuters)
- UN Human Rights office: 'Deeply disturbed at lenient sentence' handed to Elor Azaria (Reuters)
- Car bomb kills 20 in village held by Turkey-backed Syrian rebels, war monitor says (Reuters)
- Islamic militants gun down Christian man in Sinai, Egyptian officials say (AP)
- Iraqi forces secure half of Mosul's airport, most of military base, officials say (AP)
- Malaysian police: Chemical used for murder of Kim Jong-nam identified as nerve agent (Reuters)
- Trump says wants to expand nuclear arsenal, make U.S. 'top of the pack' (Reuters)
- Syrian opposition says UN talks must focus on political transition (Reuters)
- Strong storm kills one in U.K., batters northern Europe (AP)
- Peace talks between Syrian government, opposition kick off in Geneva (Reuters)
- Poll: France's Le Pen leads first round of elections with 26.5 percent of votes (Reuters)
- UN-backed Syrian peace talks resume in Geneva 10 months after falling apart (AP)
- Greece arrests two Turks suspected of involvement in failed coup (Reuters)
- Indian parliament approves purchase of Israeli missiles (Haaretz)
If Israel was America, protesters would meet Bibi at airport with signs saying Bedouin Lives Matter.
The finger pointing among American Jews following the recent upsurge in anti-Semitism shows that denouncing it has become a powerful weapon in partisan politics.
A top adviser to the far-right presidential candidate says 'everybody will understand the utility of this sacrifice ... to promote French unity.' Not so fast.
The owners have overcome conflict and an Israeli-Egyptian blockade to build the Capital Mall. Now, they just have to find enough free-spending customers to keep the place afloat.
Two new projects seek to stop the dramatic drop in water levels at the world's lowest point.