• U.S. student freed from North Korea in coma has died, family says (DPA)
  • Virginia man charged with spying for China, U.S. Justice Department says (Reuters)
  • Two Haredi men arrested nearby Be'er Sheva gay pride parade, one armed with knife (Haaretz)
  • Lieberman: I will vehemently oppose national conversion bill driving a wedge among Jews (Haaretz)
  • U.S. airstrike in Yemen kills Al-Qaida leader in Shabwa Province, military says (Reuters)
  • Egypt extends state of emergency for three months (Reuters)
  • Car bomb in Somali capital targeting police kills four (Reuters)
  • Turkey: U.S. will take back weapons from Kurdish militia after ISIS defeated (Reuters)
  • Car bomb in Afghanistan kills at least 29, wounds dozens (AP)
  • Belgium detains 4 over Tuesday's failed bomb attack in Brussels (Reuters)
  • 2 soldiers, guard killed in clashes with Kurdish militants in southeast Turkey (Reuters)
  • Turkey, Saudi Arabia attempt to reduce tensions over Qatar in phone call (AP)
  • Explosion damages wall next to NATO compound in western Turkey, no causalities (Reuters)
  • Trump calls for stricter limits on welfare for immigrants (AP)
  • War-torn Yemen to get cholera vaccines as death toll mounts (AP)


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