After Putin-Netanyahu meet, Israel and Russia agree to 'enhance military coordination' day after Israel confirms Russian entered airspace at least once.
- U.S.: Russia violated Turkish airspace despite warnings, but dialogue needed (Reuters)
- Putin: Turkey downed Russian plane to defend ISIS oil supplies (Reuters)
- Pope's message to climate negotiators in Paris: Now or never (DPA)
- Professor Marcus Klingberg, scientist and Soviet spy, died at 97 (Haaretz)
- Assad: There are terrorists among Syrian refugees in Europe (Reuters)
- Putin calls Turkey's downing of a Russian jet 'huge mistake' (Reuters)
- India, France launch solar energy alliance at climate summit (DPA)
- Fatima Mernissi, renowned Moroccan scholar of women in Islam, dies (DPA)
- Nepal unrest leaves millions of children facing food, medicine shortages (Reuters)
- Netanyahu says 'coordination, de-confliction mechanism' with Russia 'successful' (Haaretz)
- Before meeting with Netanyahu, Putin praises 'cooperation mechanisms' with Israel (Haaretz)
- Two French men stopped on way to join ISIS in Libya (Reuters)
- Knesset quashes silencing clause of broadcasting bill in third read (Haaretz)
- Netanyahu meets Russia's Putin in Paris to discuss Syria (Haaretz)
- King tells Sephardic Jews Spain has missed them (AP)
He doesn't need peace. He doesn't even need quiet. He needs three more years, occupying his office. Occupying us. Nothing else matters. Nothing.
Intimidation and repression by anti-Israel groups are reaching new levels in U.S. universities.
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U.S. says Russia violated Turkish airspace, but dialogue needed now; Turkey refuses to apologize for downed warplane.
In his hand-colored photographic works, such as those now on show in Paris, Youssef Nabil embodies his longings for the past, for a world that no longer exists and may never have existed – except in the movies.