LAMPEDUSA, Italy (AP) — Italian divers on Sunday recovered 32 more bodies of migrants who died when a fishing boat with some 500 people onboard sank within sight of the tiny island of Lampedusa.
By Ziad al-Sinjary MOSUL, Iraq (Reuters) – A suicide bomber drove a truck packed with explosives into the playground of a primary school in northern Iraq and blew himself up, killing 14 children and their headmaster on Sunday, police and medical sources said. Another suicide bomber attacked a group of Shi’ite pilgrims on their way to visit a shrine in Baghdad, killing at least 14 people and wounding more than 30, some of them critically, police said. …
Group of yeshiva students aged 13-16 are suspected of torching vehicles, throwing stones at Arabs. Boys say they acted out of ‘hatred for Arabs, revenge for attacks committed against Jews’
Indictment filed against Ali Mansouri, Iranian who used Belgian passport to enter Israel three times with aim of setting up front company
By Fedja Grulovic NIS, Serbia (Reuters) – Eight Orthodox Christian leaders, dignitaries from other faiths, politicians and thousands of others on Sunday celebrated the anniversary of the Edict of Milan, which established toleration for Christianity in the Roman Empire 1,700 years ago. Roman Catholic Pope Francis was not present at the liturgy in the Serbian city of Nis, his absence reflecting centuries-old divisions between the two main Christian denominations, despite moves by both towards reconciliation and dialogue. …
Netanyahu already apologized for Marmara incident, but Turkey is in no rush to forgive or forget. ‘Israel apologized too late,’ Turkish President Abdullah Gul tells Yedioth Ahronoth. Senior Turkish advisor: As long as Erdogan is in power, things will not change
Iran allows Syria to station fighter jets on its territory to keep them safe from foreign attack, Spiegel Online reports
Train line draws fire from environmentalists, social activists, and ex-Mossad chief Ephraim Halevy, who said Chinese involvement might harm Israeli interests.