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Merkel says no reasonable alternative to two-state solution for Israel, Palestinians (Reuters)
Egypt's former president Mubarak walks free for first time in 6 years (Reuters)
Two more arrests in U.K. overnight in connection with London attack (Reuters)
Russia: 6 militants, 6 soldiers killed in Chechen firefight (AP)
Poll finds 43% of French voters unsure of choice for president one month before election (Reuters)
U.S. source says London attacker associated with those interested in jihadist groups (Reuters)
British police say a man injured in Wednesday's attack on Parliament has died (Reuters)
British police say are looking into suspicious package near Westminister (Reuters)
Senior U.S. senators introduce bipartisan bill to tighten non-nuclear sanctions on Iran (Reuters)
Lacking Republican support, U.S. House reportedly delays vote on healthcare (Reuters)
Al-Shabab claims to kill 17 soldiers in Somalia attack (AP)
Full Senate to vote on Friedman confirmation Thursday (Haaretz)
British police name London attacker as Khalid Masood, 52 (Reuters)
Russia may be supplying Taliban in Afghanistan, says top U.S. commander (Reuters)
Belgium police arrest driver speeding through Antwerp shopping area (DPA)
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Egypt's ousted former president Mubarak walks free as bomb kills one
Mubarak heads to home in Heliopolis after court cleared him on charges of killing protesters in 2011.
Talks with U.S. ||
Netanyahu agreed in principle to rein in settlement construction
The Right Narrative ||
Israeli nationalists give Hebron tours
Sorry, Trumpists, there's no Intifada in 'Londonistan'
In the wake of London attack, some lessons from Toulouse