ThyssenKrupp corporation, which owns shipyards making Israel's new submarines, is currently embroiled in scandal involving Netanyahu's personal lawyer.
- Turkey: Syrian Kurdish YPG is working with Assad's troops north of Aleppo (Reuters)
- Ukrainians, Georgians will soon be able to visit EU visa free (Reuters)
- German maker of Israeli submarines says secrets stolen in "massive" cyberattack (Haaretz)
- Three Palestinians killed after tunnel collapses in eastern Gaza City (Haaretz)
- Nearly 150 hospital patients, civilians, evacuated from Aleppo overnight (Reuters)
- Iraqi official: Anti-ISIS airstrike killed, wounded civilians (AP)
- 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)
The Israel Nature and Parks Authority has brought sixty vultures from Spain, Armenia and Cyprus into the country in the last year in hopes of bolstering the endangered vulture population. Staff at Jerusalem's Biblical Zoo conduct tests on the birds before releasing them into the wild.
Legendary last words of Simon Dubnow before being shot – possibly by a former student: 'If you survive, never forget what is happening here.'
'I want to warn against high expectations,' says Russian deputy foreign minister.
'Allied', starring Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard, is surprisingly short on believable romance.