In press briefing at Climate Change Conference in Paris, Netanyahu says his handshake with Abbas was in keeping with protocol, and doesn't signify any change in relationship.
- Burkina Faso commission says Kabore wins presidency (AP)
- U.S.: Russia violated Turkish airspace despite warnings, but dialogue needed (Reuters)
- Putin: Turkey downed Russian plane to defend ISIS oil supplies (Reuters)
- Pope's message to climate negotiators in Paris: Now or never (DPA)
- Professor Marcus Klingberg, scientist and Soviet spy, died at 97 (Haaretz)
- Assad: There are terrorists among Syrian refugees in Europe (Reuters)
- Putin calls Turkey's downing of a Russian jet 'huge mistake' (Reuters)
- India, France launch solar energy alliance at climate summit (DPA)
- Fatima Mernissi, renowned Moroccan scholar of women in Islam, dies (DPA)
- Nepal unrest leaves millions of children facing food, medicine shortages (Reuters)
- Netanyahu says 'coordination, de-confliction mechanism' with Russia 'successful' (Haaretz)
- Before meeting with Netanyahu, Putin praises 'cooperation mechanisms' with Israel (Haaretz)
- Two French men stopped on way to join ISIS in Libya (Reuters)
- Knesset quashes silencing clause of broadcasting bill in third read (Haaretz)
- Netanyahu meets Russia's Putin in Paris to discuss Syria (Haaretz)
Despite the government's claim of being singled out for punishment, all the EU has done against the settlements is take away their advantages. By comparison, it imposes economic sanctions on fully 36 countries.
It took 45 minutes for the twelve people to read out the names of 767 Norwegian Jews deported by the Norwegian authorities during the Nazi occupation.
MK Ayman Odeh, Joint Arab List chairman, will also be guest of honor at event hosted by American Jewish billionaire S. Daniel Abraham.
Haaretz senior columnist Beinart and U.S. Editor Shalev converse at the JFNA general assembly.
Taking off sunglasses on Saudi TV to reveal black eye, Moroccan actress speaks openly about her ex-husband’s violence as campaign spreads.
After studying thousands of brains using MRI and examining subjects' personalities the researchers found that 'none of us really matches the stereotype' of male or female brain.