When Haaretz published a story about female cancer sufferers being denied permits to visit Israel or the West Bank for treatment, most of the responses were distinctly lacking in love for the stranger.
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Avigdor Lieberman tells former CIA chief Petraeus that attempts to come to an agreement have failed since the Oslo Accords and that a regional framework is required.
Iraqi forces face major security threats as Islamic State fighters seek to sow sectarian violence.
Day after arrest, gunman who killed 39 in Istanbul says: 'I was given instructions to search for a new target… Reina looked suitable for the attack.'
Paris peace summit, UN anti-settlements resolution and Trump entering the White House said to be behind agreement. 'A unity government is of strategic importance,' Palestinian official says.
Reince Priebus tells ABC News 'a collective decision' on the agreement will be made, with the president-elect 'having the primary say.'
Islamic State group leads largest attack on Syrian regime positions in Deir al-Zor, an area that links ISIS-held territory in Syria and Iraq.
ISIS says four fighters undertook the shootout, which killed nine people on Sunday; security sources say perpetrators were Jordanian nationals.
The Peoples' Democracy Party chairman is accused of leading a terror organization and blamed for the 2014 protests over Turkey's policies on Syria, which caused over 30 deaths.