- 3:22 PM
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)
President Rivlin, Peres to address gay pride events Saturday in wake of stabbing attack (Haaretz)
EU demands zero tolerance towards settler violence; urges Israel to protect Palestinians (Haaretz)
Firebombs and stones thrown in Jerusalem's Old City; officer lightly wounded (Haaretz)
Magnitude 5.2 earthquake hits central Iran (Reuters)
- 1:16 PM
Initial report: Gun shots fired from car in West Bank; no injuries reported (Haaretz)
Abbas: West Bank arson is a 'crime against humanity', vows to petition ICC (Haaretz)
Gunmen kill 1, wound 13 at Sri Lanka election campaign (AP)
IDF soldier wounded in air force base fire last month succumbs to wounds (Haaretz)
- 11:50 AM
Turkey: 5 killed in clashes between authorities and PKK (Reuters)
- 11:27 AM
Lisa Kudrow reflects on her 'life altering' nose job
'I had always thought that fame would give you ... permission to love yourself. It’s not true,' actress says.
Lisa Kudrow, born in 1963, grew up in a middle-class Jewish household in Encino, CA. Unsurprisingly for a female comedian, she had a tough time as a teenager. In junior high, where the “meanest people were popular,” her best friends ditched her and when she got to college at Vassar she met some very nonchalant anti-Semites.
Like most humans — though rarely actors in magazine interviews — Kudrow admits to having always struggled with her need to feel loved by others and herself.
In an interview with Saturday Evening Post for its November/December issue, Kudrow said “I had always thought that fame would give you permission to lighten up on yourself. If everybody else likes you, you could finally have permission to love yourself. It’s not true.”
But despite all this ruminating on self-acceptance, she was rather nonchalant about her decision to get a nose job.