The pantheon of world-changing spies is small. This man is in it
- Hong Kong police fire tear gas to try to disperse protesters (Reuters)
- Heavy police deployed in Paris over an array of protests (AP)
- Revolutionary Guards commander: Iran will continue to down drones violating its airspace (Reuters)
- Rare protests in Egypt call for Sissi to step down (AP)
- Iran says new US sanctions target Iranians' access to food, medicine (Reuters)
Israeli officials say Greenblatt is not set to unveil the Trump peace plan, but 'to continue to look into' when the best timing would be to do so
Hassan Nafe’a was simply filming the weekly demonstrations against the separation barrier. How is that incitement?
Meanwhile, unconfirmed reports on social media said a number of Iranian websites – including those of some petrochemical firms – were under a cyber attack
Gen. Hossein Salami presented pieces of shot-down American drone, said 'If anyone crosses our borders, we will hit them'
Marko Feingold, who served as the leader of Salzburg's local Jewish community, was detained in 1939 and endured a six-year odyssey through concentration camps
Womanhood and national identity politics are at the heart of the drawings of artist Samah Shihadi, now on display at her solo Tel Aviv Museum exhibition
Baking bread for the Temple, learning about Israeli army weapons and sifting through debris from the Temple Mount – our correspondent takes a 'patriotic' vacation