Breaking:

  • Man accused of threatening Jewish centers appears in court (AP)
  • Senate intelligence leaders pledge bipartisan Russia probe (Reuters)
  • Trump's Mideast envoy: Israeli-Palestinian peace will have positive effect on whole world (Haaretz)
  • Turkish prime minister says Turkey's "Euphrates Shield" operation in Syria is finished (Reuters)
  • Cabinet to be briefed on talks with U.S. on settlement construction on Thursday (Haaretz)
  • Report: Shots fired at Washington's Capitol Hill, police respond (Haaretz)
  • Stabbing attack foiled at Jerusalem's Damascus Gate (Haaretz)
  • Abbas calls on Arab summit to endorse Palestinian position, demands British apology (Haaretz)
  • Turkey arrests suspected ISIS recruiter, state news reports (AP)
  • UK triggers article 50 to leave the European Union
  • Bus bombing kills at least 5 in Syria's Homs, state news reports (Reuters)
  • Bob Dylan to accept Nobel Prize for Literature after concert in Stockholm this weekend (Reuters)
  • ISIS shells U.S.-backed forces as they try to open Tabqa Dam spillway outside Raqqa (Reuters)
  • Refugee group: Over 3,000 fleeing Somalia daily due to drought, looming famine (Reuters)
  • Jordan's King Abdullah to Arab summit: two-state solution is the only route for peace (Reuters)

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