Breaking:

  • U.S. intelligence chief: Syrian government used chlorine in attacks on opposition groups (Reuters)
  • Number of migrants reaching Europe by sea soars 10-fold, migration agency says (Reuters)
  • Saudi Arabia says it shot down missile fired from Yemen (AP)
  • U.S., allies say target Islamic State with 18 strikes in Iraq, three in Syria (Reuters)
  • Turkey opens border for injured Syrian refugees, aid organization says (DPA)
  • Iraqi: Government forces have regained full control of Ramadi from ISIS (AP)
  • Defense Minister Ya'alon to fly Tuesday to Switzerland and Germany for security conference (Haaretz)
  • Jerusalem mayor: Herzog's plan to divide Jerusalem is a dangerous and slippery slope (Haaretz)
  • Hong Kong police fire warning shots in bloody street clashes in worst violence since 2014 pro-democracy protests (Reuters)
  • Iraqi forces recapture territory from ISIS that links Ramadi to a major army base, military says (Reuters)
  • Train crash in Germany kills at least 4, injures at least 40 (AP)
  • U.S. Army says Iraq's Mosul dam at higher risk of collapse than previously thought (AP)
  • IDF chief: Nearly 100 engineering teams operating against Hamas tunnels near Gaza border (Haaretz)
  • Four dead, 150 injured in German train crash (Reuters)
  • Defense executive Ofir Shaham resigns from post after six years (Haaretz)

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