While Prime Minister David Cameron tries to convince parliament to support bombing missions in Syria, he is hard pressed to show how such a move will be a game-changer.
- Facebook makes paid time off for baby leave a global benefit (Reuters)
- Paris climate activists plan human chain on global day of action (Reuters)
- EU hopes for Turkish help to slow migrants at summit (Reuters)
- Alleged assailant behind officer's stabbing in north to remain in custody for 4 more days (Haaretz)
- Sanctions like those Russia imposed only deepen problem, senior Turkish official says (Reuters)
- Firebomb explodes near gas station in East Jerusalem; no injuries or damage caused (Haaretz)
- Kremlin website says Putin has signed order on special economic measures against Turkey (Reuters)
- Netanyahu to meet Israeli opposition leaders for defense briefing (Haaretz)
- Syrian army says Turkey last night fired a number of mortar bombs "towards our positions" (Reuters)
- Kremlin says Putin 'fully mobilized' to tackle threat from Turkey (Reuters)
- Suicide car bomb kills seven in northern Iraq (Reuters)
- Turkish police fire water cannon, tear gas at Istanbul march (Reuters)
- Thousands protest outlawing of Islamic Movement in Umm al-Fahm in northern Israel (Haaretz)
- Kenya police: 2 Kenyans arrested for spying for Iran (AP)
- Syria insurgents recapture town in Aleppo province from army (AP)
There is little discussion about the contribution of Western money – especially American money – to the growth of terrorism in the Arab world.
A response to Rogel Alpher’s call on French Jews not to immigrate to Israel.
Actually, the measures demanded by some ministers and announced by the premier of Israel are neither magic nor new and, according to the army, not all that effective either.
Gross had been helping connect Cuba’s small Jewish community to the Internet when he was arrested and charged with crimes against the state.
Search of 3,300-year-old mausoleum in Luxor could shed light on time of Queen Nefertiti and King Tutankhamun.
Sometimes we're just 'in basa' – in a state of annoyance, not really angry, but just bummed.