The procession is part of more than a week of mourning for 'America's Pastor,' culminating with Graham's burial next week at his library in Charlotte
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Netanyahu: 'A great day for the people of Israel' ■ Trump: 'We have to do it' ■ Top Palestinian official: Plan shows U.S. drive to 'destroy two-state solution'
The Trump administration is considering an offer from the Republican mega-donor to pay for at least part of a new U.S. embassy in Jerualem
Former U.S. president says establishment of Palestinian state is 'in Israel's best interest'
Polish Jewish leader says the video, which uses the inaccurate term 'Polish Holocaust,' is 'indefensible'
The 10-year natural gas deal is expected to turn Egypt into a regional energy hub
Dubbed 'America's pastor,' Graham revitalized evangelicalism in the U.S.
Sufi Muslims, considered a threat by Tehran, clashed with police resulting in death of three police officers and two other militiamen
Yaakov Katz says West Bank settlement population has grown twice as fast as Israel's overall population, and calls for the end of the two-state solution
The crash killed 65 people on Sunday; helicopters, drones and climbers have joined the search
In response to Syrian report of government forces entering Afrin 'within hours' to support Kurdish militia, Turkish Foreign Minister promises Turkey cannot be stopped
Since 1989 there has been a reemergence of Jewish life, but now some are talking about leaving
Eyewitnesses report the plane tried to perform emergency landing in southern Iran ■ Civil Aviation Authority confirms no survivors
Six civilians reportedly suffer symptoms indicative of poison gas inhalation ■ Turkey denies, saying it doesn't use 'banned ammunition'
Speaking at Munich Security Conference, Lavrov says no evidence has ever been presented
"Predictability and reliability are currently goods in short supply in international politics," says Sigmar Gabriel on the second day of the Munich Security Conference
Following the tragedy, U.S. President Donald Trump paid a visit to the Florida community, praising first responders and dodging gun law questions
Nikolas Cruz was part of the Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program, one of thousands of youth shooting clubs supported by pro-gun group
19-year-old Nikolas Cruz made 'very disturbing' social media posts, officials say
Florida Shooter Nikolas Cruz 'Trained With White Supremacists'; at Least Four Jews Among Those Killed
The group that Nikolas Cruz joined wants Florida to become a white ethno-state, though police deny link ■ Jewish victims include two students and a teacher