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Bangkok bomb suspect uncooperative, Thai army head says

Sunday August 30, 2015
Police believe deadly attack may have been revenge for crackdown on human traffickers moving illegal immigrants

3 arrested for swastika vandalism at Michigan Jewish camp

Sunday August 30, 2015
FBI nabs men accused of defacing building, vehicle and signs at Agudah youth site

Satellite images confirm Palmyra temple razing

Sunday August 30, 2015
UN training and research agency photos show ancient Baalshamin site vanished after Islamic State demolition

Border officials call surprise strike after court shortens airport protest

Sunday August 30, 2015
Walk-off in support of Israel Broadcasting Authority employees cut down from 2 hours amid expected busy traveling day; over 100 march outside Knesset

The deadly war on women that Israel refuses to talk about

Sunday August 30, 2015
Police and officials won’t use the term ‘honor killing’ anymore, but Israeli Arab women are still being murdered, and feminists are still fighting attitudes and a legal system they say is soft on the phenomenon

Pro-Israel Harper faces drubbing as Canada heads toward vote

Sunday August 30, 2015
Incumbent Conservative PM, who is maintaining embargo on Iran, slumps into third place in latest polls

Australian journalist calls for pardon in Egypt al-Jazeera case

Sunday August 30, 2015
Peter Greste vows to use ‘every legal, political, diplomatic and social means’ to clear self and colleagues after ‘politically motivated’ verdict

Suspects in Austria truck tragedy proclaim innocence in court

Saturday August 29, 2015
Remand extended until September 29 for four alleged human traffickers after decomposed bodies of 71 migrants found in abandoned vehicle

Dozens rally in Michigan for ex-Marine held in Iran

Saturday August 29, 2015
Protesters mark four-year anniversary since Amir Hekmati was jailed for spying

High Court puts kibosh on IDF beard ban

Saturday August 29, 2015
Army has until September 8 to respond to petition, which argues new directive is discriminatory against religious soldiers

Migrant teen killed in shootout at sea with Greek police

Saturday August 29, 2015
Marine Ministry says ‘serious incident’ occurred after officials boarded boat, scuffled with Turkish traffickers

Polish ‘Nazi gold train’ city basks in ‘Loch Ness Monster effect’

Saturday August 29, 2015
As rumors fly over alleged find, Russia and the World Jewish Congress lay claims to valuables, and Walbrzych gears up for tourism boom

3 ‘severely dehydrated’ migrant kids rescued from Austria van

Saturday August 29, 2015
Four suspects in fatal truck tragedy remanded; ‘dozens’ still missing in Libya shipwreck

Iran deal opens a vitriolic divide among American Jews

Saturday August 29, 2015
Heated debate sparks ugly name-calling, accusations of ‘dual loyalty,’ the New York Times reports

US urges Egypt to overturn ruling on Al-Jazeera reporters

Saturday August 29, 2015
State Department says it’s ‘deeply disappointed and concerned’ after court sentences journalists to 3 years in jail

Soldier lightly hurt in suspected car-ramming attack

Saturday August 29, 2015
Troops open fire at vehicle near Hebron, but assailant flees the scene

Amid new controversy, intended police chief slams critics, vows to fight on

Saturday August 29, 2015
Gal Hirsch’s Defensive Shield Holdings said to feature in FBI, Israeli corruption investigations involving ex-Georgia defense minister, though no direct tie to Hirsch himself

PM: Israel not opposed to a civilian nuke program for Iran

Saturday August 29, 2015
In apparent riposte to Obama, Netanyahu says he is only against Tehran’s military ambitions, warns deal puts Iran ‘on threshold of nuclear arsenal’ within 13 years

Europe to impose more ID, bag checks on trains after foiled attack

Saturday August 29, 2015
At emergency meeting, security chiefs struggle to find solutions that protect travelers but don’t threaten border-free travel zone

IS cracks down on western Iraqi town after rare protest

Saturday August 29, 2015
Dozens tied to lamp posts, at least 70 arrested by jihadist group as a punishment for demonstration against Rutbah resident’s execution

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