Sometimes they lack valid travel papers, or their country refuses to take them back or has no representation in Israel. Sometimes language differences pose a problem.
- Russia says it's close to reaching understanding with U.S. on Aleppo (Reuters)
- Suspect in Tapuah Junction attack has been shot and killed (Haaretz)
- Attempted stabbing reported at Tapuah Junction in West Bank (Haaretz)
- Earthquake of magnitude 6.1 hits China's far western province of Xinjiang (Reuters)
- Indonesia earthquake death toll passes 100 (Reuters)
- U.S, Afghan officials worry Russian contacts with Taliban may turn into military support (Reuters)
- Netanyahu tells Hollande: Cancel peace conference and I will come to Paris to meet Abbas (Haaretz)
- Rep. Keith Ellison says he'll resign Congress if elected DNC chair (Haaretz)
- NATO commander says 150 Turkish officers gone since coup (AP)
- Italian Premier Matteo Renzi says he's resigning now that budget law has passed (AP)
- Lieberman on Syria strike: Israel trying to prevent Hezbollah from obtaining WMDs (Haaretz)
- Shin Bet: 3 Palestinian minors detained, suspected of committing W. Bank shooting attacks (Haaretz)
- Pakistani national carrier's plane missing after takeoff (AP)
- Four migrants die, 34 rescued en route from Morocco to Europe (AP)
- Death toll in Indonesia quake reaches 93 (Reuters)
Isabel Phiri is an executive of the World Council of Churches, which says it does not support boycotts or sanctions against Israel.
Whether supporting or opposing, everyone is agreeing that Governor Cuomo's list of companies that support BDS have implications for the future.
'I want to warn against high expectations,' says Russian deputy foreign minister.
The award–winning filmmaker compared Lod with Lodz, talked about why he envied his Israeli peers and predicted Trump's downfall, during a talk at Manhattan's JCC.