- 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)
- 12:46 AM
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)
The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, May 26
From President Peres's call for peace to the electric car company, Better Place's bankruptcy, Haaretz brings you the top 8 stories you might have missed.
Despite recent official statements, Russia will not complete a deal to sell advanced anti-aircraft missiles to Syria, a senior Russian official told The Sunday Times.
President Shimon Peres called for reviving the long-stalled peace process, warning of a "great disappointment" should Israelis and Palestinians fail to return to the negotiating table.
Better Place, the once high-flying electric-car venture, said on Sunday it had filed a motion in an Israeli court to dissolve the company and was seeking to appoint a temporary liquidator.
Two rockets hit a Shi'ite Muslim district of southern Beirut, residents said, wounding several people, a day after the leader of Lebanese Shi'ite militant movement Hezbollah said his group would continue fighting in Syria until victory.
Settlers driving on roads in the West Bank have encountered a genuine problem in recent months: a steep increase in the number of incidents of Palestinians throwing stones at Israeli vehicles.
Finance Minister Yair Lapid told Ariel University he will grant the institution NIS 50 million in special aid, making good on a pledge by his predecessor, Yuval Steinitz.
Secretary of State John Kerry might not be returning to the region soon, but he will continue to pressure Netanyahu and Abbas into saying yes to his plan, the outlines of which are sketched in this article by Barak Ravid.