- 6:49 AM
Mexico: Death toll 27 after truck hits religious procession (AP)
Mexico approves U.S. extradition warrant for fugitive kingpin 'El Chapo' (Reuters)
Surfer seriously injured in Australian shark attack (AP)
Greece's Tsipras asserts control over party with congress vote (Reuters)
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Judge sets $1m bond for Ohio officer charged in murder of unarmed African-American (Reuters)
Nigeria rescues 71, mostly women and girls, from Boko Haram (AP)
Education Minister Bennett orders increased funding for gay youth organizations (Haaretz)
Hundreds march in Jerusalem, chanting 'homophobia begins in corridors of the government' (Haaretz)
U.S., allies conduct 31 air strikes in Syria and Iraq against ISIS militants (Reuters)
Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade: Stabber is Yishai Schlissel, the 2005 parade attacker (Haaretz)
3 wounded in apparent stabbing in Jerusalem Gay Pride parade, Channel 10 reports (Haaretz)
Turkish Airlines Boeing makes emergency landing in Warsaw (Reuters)
Supreme Court rejects plea for freeze on expansion of asylum seekers' detention (Haaretz)
Netanyahu to Arab media: People of Syria deserve a better future
In interview broadcast on al-Arabiya, PM Netanyahu says Israel concerned about events taking place in Syria.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in an interview on the al-Arabiya television network on Wednesday that Israel is not involved in the unrest currently roiling Syria but that Israel is concerned about the events transpiring in that country.
Netanyahu also said that Israel hopes to establish peace with Syria and that he believes that the young people of Syria deserve a better future.
The regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad is currently attempting to suppress a four-month-old uprising. The Assad family has ruled Syria for four decades.
According to human rights groups, more than 1,600 people have been killed in the crackdown by the Assad regime.