Putin’s Russia had a double interest in Brexit. For one, Britain is still seen as the United States’ main ally and one of the pillars of NATO.
- Woman killed by roadside bomb in Bahrain (DPA)
- Adnan Syed, man at center of 'Serial' podcast, granted a new trial (AP)
- Italy elected to UN Security Council for 2017 in deal with Netherlands (Reuters)
- U.S.-backed Syrian rebel group vows new attacks against ISIS after border raid (Reuters)
- Israeli teenager stabbed in West Bank is a U.S. citizen, State Department says (Haaretz)
- White House: Over 200 ISIS vehicles destroyed in U.S.-led coalition strikes near Fallujah (Reuters)
- Transgender U.S. service members will be able to serve openly, Pentagon says (Reuters)
- Attorney general says probe into former minister Silvan Shalom has ended (Haaretz)
- Report: suspected stabbing attack in Netanya leaves at least one wounded (Haaretz)
- Armenia ratifies agreement on joint air-defense system with Russia (Reuters)
- Russia calls on Turkey to cooperate fighting terrorism after Istanbul bombing (Reuters)
- Israel revokes hundreds of permits for relatives of Palestinian stabber in Kiryat Arba (Haaretz)
- Lockdown lifted from U.S. military base, not from medical facility, no shooter found (AP)
- U.S. Join Base Andrews on lockdown due to report of an active shooter (Reuters)
- French authorities hand terrorism charges to accomplice of Paris attacker Abdeslam (AP)
Yoni Netanyahu’s reticent second-in-command points to a few inaccuracies in the accepted version of the heroic operation.
The prime minister of Israel lays down his vision, the real one, for the first time.
Turkey, like other countries, is interested in Israeli know-how, and the regime there has no problem with taking Israeli measures to the next level.
Despite doing things like writing a book called 'Five Billion Vodka Bottles to the Moon' Iosif Shklovsky survived to expand our understanding of the Crab Nebula and the universe.
Tehran says it's under no obligation to buy A380 superjumbo jets, raising further questions over part of a historic deal with the European plane manufacturer.
While the common refrain for Diaspora Jews has always been ‘Next year in Jerusalem,’ could the new toast for Jewish-American baseball enthusiasts be ‘Next year in Havana’?
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