German court says Kuwait Airways can bar Israeli passengers

German appeals court rules that it cannot prevent Kuwait Airways from banning Israeli passengers, though it says policy is discrimination.

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Woman attacked during ultra-Orthodox demonstration

27 year old says she underwent a 'lynch' after being caught in a Haredi protest near Bnei Brak last week, ...
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High speed Jerusalem-Tel Aviv rail opens to the public

Civilian passengers take first trip on 100 MPH train connecting capital with Ben Gurion Airport.

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Trump rejects any meeting with Iran's Rouhani at U.N. gathering

Both countries' presidents were due to attend the annual United Nations General Assembly in New York. Trump is scheduled to ...
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Cabinet: IDF to continue operating against Iran in Syria

Security Cabinet says Israel shares in sorrow with Russia over planed downed by Syria, vows to continue to act to ...
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Saudi top diplomat criticizes Iran over conflicts

In this photo released by Saudi Press Agency, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, left, meets with Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Monday, Oct. 13, 2014. During a joint press conference, al-Faisal lashed out at regional rival Iran, accusing the Shiite powerhouse of having forces inside Syria, Iraq and Yemen, and insisting that Iran is “part of the problem” in trying to defuse the myriad Mideast crises. Saudi Arabia is part of the U.S.-led coalition conducting air strikes against Islamic State fighters who have taken over parts of Iraq and Syria. (AP Photo/SPA)RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Saudi Arabia's foreign minister on Monday lashed out at regional rival Iran, accusing the Shiite powerhouse of having forces inside Syria, Iraq and Yemen, and insisting that Iran is "part of the problem" in trying to defuse the myriad Mideast crises.


Three suicide attacks hit Kurdish town on Syria-Turkey border

Smoke rises from the Syrian town of Kobani, seen from near the Mursitpinar border crossingAMMAN (Reuters) – Three Islamic State fighters blew themselves up on Monday in Kobani near the Turkish border with Syria, a monitoring group said, with the hardline militants making slight advances inside the besieged Kurdish town. In one of the attacks an IS fighter detonated a truck laden with explosives in a northern district of Kobani, which has been the scene of heavy clashes between Kurdish forces and Islamic State fighters, Kurdish sources said. Idris Nassan, a Kurdish official in Kobani, said two Kurdish fighters had been wounded during the suicide attack. …