First comprehensive study in Hebrew into Islamic State says Sunni group could wield more influence over Israeli Arabs and Palestinians if it takes land closer to Israel’s borders.
- Top Kurdish lawyer killed in clashes in southeast Turkey (Reuters)
- Turkish foreign ministry advises Turkish citizens against all non-urgent travel to Russia (Reuters)
- Amir Guttfreund, award-winning Israeli author, dies at 52 (Haaretz)
- Four Egypt security personnel killed by gunmen south of Cairo (Reuters)
- Macedonian army starts building fence on Greek border (Reuters)
- Unidentified gunmen attack UN base in northern Mali (Reuters)
- Japan scrambles fighters after Chinese planes fly near Okinawa (DPA)
- At least eight injured in shooting near abortion clinic in Colorado (Reuters)
- NSA to shut down bulk phone surveillence of Americans by Sunday (Reuters)
- Border Police officer, 37, wounded in stabbing in Nahariya (Haaretz)
- IDF imposes closure on village of Beit Ummar, near Hebron, after cabinet approves measure (Haaretz)
- Suicide bomber hits Shi'ite procession in Nigeria, 21 reported killed (Reuters)
- Jets believed to be Russian carried out airstrikes in Syria near Turkish border (Reuters)
- Russia to suspend visa-free regime with Turkey starting 2016 (Reuters)
- Seven Palestinians wounded by IDF fire during clashes north of Hebron (Haaretz)
Kerry left the region this week bitterly disappointed; Netanyahu signaled he regards opposition leader Herzog as nothing more than a spare tire.
Dr. Karina Yaniv, a chemist and biologist conducting groundbreaking research in embryonic development, tackles the mother of all questions: When does life begin?
Travel industry sources say few Israelis have canceled but few are making new reservations. If they’re flying to Europe, it’s to the east.
Gross had been helping connect Cuba’s small Jewish community to the Internet when he was arrested and charged with crimes against the state.
The attack in Borga that left one dead and three wounded was the second on Bangladesh's Shi'ite community.
Growing up in Eilat, Ofir Banet didn’t even know Israel had a women’s basketball team. Now, the 19-year-old is in it and could become a giant in the Israeli game.