Israel’s top court rejects settlers’ claim, orders outpost built on Palestinian land demolished

Settlers blast Netanyahu, say 'shocked by helplessness of politicians' after court rules all of West Bank outpost Netiv Ha'avot's structures ...
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‘Time for war’: Israeli lawmakers return for combative winter session

Specter of early election looms as Netanyahu faces police investigations and coalition looks at fierce battle against itself over long ...
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‘The law will pass – even if the Attorney General opposes it’

Coalition Chairman Bitan says bill granting sitting prime minister immunity will pass over AG's objections.

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Jerusalem man drowns in mikvah

47-year-old man drowns in ritual bath just days before son's bar mitzvah celebration.

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Charges dropped against Scot accused of public indecency in Dubai

The Emirate of Dubai ruler intervenes after the man was sentenced to prison for public indecency ...
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Despite apology, Indonesia asks why U.S. blocked military chief's travel

By Kanupriya Kapoor JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia on Monday said it had made "urgent" requests for an explanation why the ...
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Egypt’s police regain Mubarak-era notoriety

FILE - In this Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013 file photo, Egyptian riot police arrest a man during clashes with protesters near Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. With near impunity and the backing of the Islamist president, Egyptian police have over the past week used excessive and often deadly force against protesters across much of the country, regaining their Mubarak-era notoriety as a tool of repression. With nearly 60 people dead and hundreds injured, police have re-emerged as a significant political player after spending the past two years on the sidelines. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra, File)CAIRO (AP) With near impunity and the backing of the Islamist president, Egyptian police have been accused of firing wildly at protesters, beating them and lashing out with deadly force in clashes across much of the country the past week, regaining their Hosni Mubarak-era notoriety as a tool of repression.


US warns Syria not to transfer weapons to Hezbollah

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Following reports of alleged Israeli attack on arms convoy heading to Lebanon, deputy national security advisor says Syria ‘should not further destabilize the region;’ UN says peacekeepers did not observe any planes flying over Golan Heights. Egyptian FM: Airstrike danger to Mideast security