• Government approves Netanyahu's appointment of MK Kara as communications minister (Haaretz)
  • Nine civilians killed in suicide attack in Iraq (DPA)
  • Philippines launches airstrikes against ISIS-besieged town, civilians found shot dead (AP)
  • India reports its first 3 cases of the Zika virus (AP)
  • Manchester bomber’s network 'potentially' still at large, says UK Interior Minister (Reuters)
  • Turkish military claims to have killed 13 Kurdish militants in airstrikes in northern Iraq (Reuters)
  • North Korean leader guides test of new anti-aircraft weapon system (Reuters)
  • Police detain 20 protesters in front of Attorney General's house (Haaretz)
  • Israel removes Marwan Barghouti from isolation as part of deal to end hunger strike (Haaretz)
  • 200 protest outside AG's house against decision to forbid protests at his house (Haaretz)
  • 5.1 magnitude earthquake hits Turkey's Manisa province, no damage reported (Reuters)
  • Hundreds evacuated from London's Old Vic Theatre as police cordon off area (AP)
  • Senior Iranian Revolutionary Guard killed fighting ISIS in Iraq (Reuters)
  • Two British fighter jets reportedly dispatched on urgent mission (Reuters)
  • Islamic State claims deadly shooting in Egypt (Reuters)


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