Man shot dead in northern Israel town of Bi'ina, police say the murder was gang related (Haaretz)
Palestinian reportedly shot dead by Israeli soldiers after approaching Gaza border fence (Haaretz)
Seven Libyan soldiers killed in clashes with ISIS (Reuters)
UN chief condemns Palestinian toddler killing, urges calm (Reuters)
Palestinian seriously injured in clashes with Israeli soldiers in Ramallah area (Haaretz)
Turkish warplanes hit Kurdish PKK militant targets in northern Iraq, CNN Turk reports (Reuters)
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Israeli PM to Palestinian President Abbas: We must fight terror together (Haaretz)
U.S.-led coalition stages 41 airstrikes on ISIS targets in Syria and Iraq - joint command (Reuters)
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At least 1,000 Israeli Arabs protest death of Palestinian infant in deadly West Bank arson (Haaretz)
Opposition chairman Herzog visits Palestinian family wounded in arson attack (Haaretz)
Iran: Obama's call won't fully mend ties
Comment by Iranian deputy foreign minister seen as effort to calm hardliners.
The comments by Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi appear aimed at calming Iranian hard-liners who oppose rapidly easing the 34-year diplomatic freeze with the United States.
Some critics of Iranian President Hassan Rohani shouted insults after his return from an annual United Nations gathering in New York, which included a groundbreaking 15-minute call with U.S. President Barack Obama.
Araghchi was quoted by the Fars news agency Sunday as saying "normal relations" with Washington will need more than "a phone call, meeting or negotiations" - a reference to Iran's efforts to restart stalled talks over its nuclear program.
The United States and Iran broke ties after the 1979 Islamic Revolution.