Hamas may have told Israel it isn’t looking for another war in Gaza, but it’s clearly desperate to advance its attack tunnels. It’s also delighted to be sowing seeds of discontent and concern among the Israeli public.
- One week later, death toll in Taiwan earthquake rises to 113; 4 missing (AP)
- U.S. deploys more Patriot missiles in South Korea (AP)
- International investigators to probe several cases of Syria chemical attacks (AP)
- 'No Assad in Syrian future,' Saudi foreign minister tells German paper (Reuters)
- Iraq prepares troops for offensive to retake Mosul (Reuters)
- Pope Francis arrives in Cuba ahead of meeting with Russian Orthodox patriarch (Reuters)
- Israel and EU end 3-month crisis, agree to resume talks on Palestinians (Haaretz)
- Libyan fighter jet shot down while carrying out attacks against Islamic militants (AP)
- Iran ready to work together with Saudi Arabia for Mideast stability, says FM (Reuters)
- In interview, Syria's Assad vows to continue fighting while talks take place (Reuters)
- Saudi FM defends stance on Yemen and Syria at Munich Security Conference (AP)
- France to force 1,000 people to leave Calais "jungle" migrant camp (Reuters)
- Mideast Quartet will prepare report end of escalation, two-state solution (Haaretz)
- Defense Minister Ya'alon meets with Jordan's King Abdullah at Munich security conference (Haaretz)
- Palestinian reports: One seriously injured by rubber bullet during clashes near Ramallah (Haaretz)
Out of the blue and without benefit of marketing, Louis C.K. has a new series out that is set in a Brooklyn bar and might be called a comedy. Or not.
Illma Gore says the artwork, which quickly went viral, shows 'you can be a big prick, despite what’s in your pants.'
Defense Minister Ya'alon Meets With Jordan's King Abdullah II, First Official Encounter in Over a Year
Ya'alon speaks with the king of Jordan at the Munich Security Conference about Middle East developments and possibilities of advancing the peace process.
Sanders tells CBS News how growing up in Midwood, a heavily Jewish area of Brooklyn, taught him about democracy.
The standoff suggests that Egypt's powerful security forces may have overstepped their limits by clashing with one of the country's most respected professions.
All the popular soccer player wanted to do was to announce that he would be appearing in a television commercial for an Israeli cable company.