Suspected attack hits three pedestrians near settlement of Dolev.
- Suspected assailant in car-ramming attack in West Bank shot (Haaretz)
- Three wounded in suspected car-ramming attack in West Bank (Haaretz)
- Netherlands grants Lebanon $92,3 million to cope with Syrian refugees (AP)
- U.S. serviceman killed by ISIS in Iraq was Navy SEAL, official says (Reuters)
- Primary suspect of Abu Khdeir murder sentenced to life, 20 years in prison (Haaretz)
- Iran's Rohani calls for more freedom of expression, says that gov't critics shouldn't be jailed (AP)
- Shots fired from northern Gaza at IDF forces stationed at border, no casualties (Haaretz)
- Around 113 people reportedly died in shipwrecks between Libya and Italy throughout weekend (Reuters)
- Syria frees alleged Druze spy from the Golan Heights after 12 years incarceration (Haaretz)
- Peace talks on Syrian conflict could resume if truce extends to Aleppo, UN mediator says (Reuters)
- U.S., allies target ISIS in Syria, Iraq with 29 strikes, coalition says (Reuters)
- Netanyahu toured Gaza border with Ya'alon, Eisenkot and southern command chief (Haaretz)
- Turkey war planes hit Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq (AP)
- UN Syria envoy begins Russia talks, says wants partial truce revived (Reuters)
- Chief PA negotiator Erekat: Talks to minimize IDF control in W. Bank's Area A ended (Haaretz)
More than five years after the war broke out, the U.S. presidential elections do not bear any tidings for Syrian citizens. The truth is that none of the candidates dares touch the crisis in Syria with a 10-foot pole.
Newly translated letters showcase the emotions one Italian Jew experienced in a Trieste jail before being transported to Auschwitz in 1944. Seven decades on, his son still can’t read them without bursting into tears.
Israeli history students came up with the idea as a modern observance of the First of May, a long forgotten workers' holiday.
Moshe Kantor says that while Muslim refugees also face bigotry and racism, anti-Semitism remains a serious problem in Sweden and should be prioritized.
Atena Farghadani wanted to criticize draft law restricting contraception; meanwhile, Iranian president says government critics should not be imprisoned.
Surrealist Robert Desnos worked for the French anti-Nazi Résistance by forging papers – and writing poems to amuse frightened children
Judging by the stories of Hillary behind closed doors, she believes in hitting first and hitting hard.