New PA attempt to stave off demolition at illegal outpost

PA to open school year early at illegal Khan Al Akhmar outpost in bid to stop demolition. Regavim appeals to ...
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Bennett faces off against IDF chief: Why aren’t you shooting?

'I don't think shooting children who are launching rockets is right. It is against my operational and ethical position.'

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The Latest: Melichar, Peya win Wimbledon mixed doubles title

LONDON (AP) — The Latest from Wimbledon (all times local):
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Eritrean, Ethiopian leaders call new peace example to Africa

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — Official rivals just weeks ago, the leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea embraced warmly to the ...
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New Mexico passenger bus crash kills 3, injures 24 others

BERNALILLO, N.M. (AP) — A crash involving a commercial passenger bus and three other vehicles on a New Mexico highway ...
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Netanyahu instructs IDF to end kite, balloon terror

During weekly Cabinet remarks, prime minister fails to elaborate on how army is expected to end the phenomenon plaguing south ...
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Foreign jihadists flock to IS despite air strikes

The Islamic State group is recruiting foreign jihadists on an “unprecedented scale” despite international efforts to stem the tide, according to experts and extracts of a UN report published by Britain’s Guardian newspaper. Latest US figures show that around 1,000 foreign fighters are flocking to fight in Iraq and Syria every month, and experts warn that the newest militants may be more extreme than early recruits. “Many foreign fighters that originally left for Syria really did think they were going out for a humanitarian cause,” said Erin Marie Saltman, senior researcher at counter-extremism think tank Quilliam. Russian fighters constitute the biggest single fighting force from a non-Muslim country, numbering over 800, and the US-led air strikes will only strengthen their resolve, according to a local expert.

Italy PM picks Paolo Gentiloni as new foreign minister in surprise choice

Italy's Prime Minister Renzi arrives for the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) in MilanROME (Reuters) – Prime Minister Matteo Renzi appointed Paolo Gentiloni, a close ally and former communications minister, to be Italy's new foreign minister on Friday, in a surprise decision. Gentiloni, who was sworn in on Friday night by President Giorgio Napolitano, replaces Federica Mogherini, who left the foreign ministry this week to become the EU's new top diplomat. As foreign minister, Gentiloni, a senior member in the prime minister's Democratic Party (PD), will now play a key role in the remaining two months of Italy's presidency of the European Union, which ends on Dec. 31. …