Seriously wounded soldier starts breathing on his own

Condition of soldier seriously wounded in Gaza border explosion improves. Hospital says he's regained consciousness, in moderate condition.

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IDF now thinks two bombs exploded in Gaza border incident

Reports say IDF now thinks two bombs exploded on Gaza border on Saturday, when 4 soldiers were wounded.

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‘The incident in the South is not over yet’

Defense Minister says Israel doesn't want escalation in Gaza, but vows to kill terrorists responsible for explosion that wounded 4 ...
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Liverpool fans: ‘If he scores another few, I’ll be Muslim too’

Video clip shows soccer fans cheering Muslim player on their team, expressing willingness to convert to Islam if he just ...
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Avner Netanyahu’s new job

Customers at Jerusalem restaurant surprised to see that their waiter is none other than the prime minister's son.

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Abbas to tell UN: The goal is Jerusalem

PA Chairman to make important diplomatic speech on Tuesday at UN Security Council. Spokesman says speech will focus on Jerusalem.

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Flatshare website highlights London housing ‘crisis’

Spareroom.com founder Rupert Hunt poses for a portrait inside his house in east London on January 28, 2016The founder of a flatshare website is opening up his own plush London home to lodgers paying whatever they can afford in a bid to help ease the pressure on London housing. Rupert Hunt, founder of SpareRoom.com, said he hoped that by taking in his own lodgers, others would be inspired to do so, helping ease demand for housing in Britain's capital. At the moment it's not unusual to see 10 or 12 people for every room especially in some parts of London," Hunt told AFP.


Germany to tighten asylum rules as Sweden, Finland plan deportations

Sweden, a country of 9.8 million, took in more than 160,000 asylum seekers in 2015, putting it among the EU states with the highest proportion of refugees per capitaGermany moved Thursday to toughen its asylum policies, as Finland and Sweden announced plans to deport tens of thousands of people in a bid to contain the migrant crisis. Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel announced that Germany will place Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia on a list of "safe countries of origin" — meaning their nationals would have little chance of winning asylum. Some migrants will also be blocked from bringing their families to join them in Germany for two years, Gabriel said.