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Some rioters said to seek out Arab vehicles to attack; most of those involved reportedly from sect led by convicted sex offender rabbi Eliezer Berland
Source says nationwide agreement could be worth tens of billions of dollars; Israeli manufacturer would contribute some $15 billion in overdose antidotes, treatment drugs
Officer suspended for giving Eliran Zrihan electric shock despite not facing threat, police open probe; victim's cousin slams 'criminals in uniform'
Data scientists from Northwestern University apply venture capitalist system to terrorist organizations to extrapolate how deadly they will become based on their first 10 attacks
NASA moves up operation due to power system failure at International Space Station; Jessica Meir, whose father is Israeli, to take part
'We have to leave,' says Save the Children official as Turkish onslaught displaces 160,000 people, forcing them to flee to makeshift refugee camps
Dame Louise Ellman says party leader is unfit to be PM, has attracted support of too many anti-Semites; her local branch had tried to schedule a vote against her on Yom Kippur eve
Alleged assailant shot and seriously injured after colliding with Border Police armored vehicle following raid; officers say he brandished a knife
Amman says refusal to eat makes immediate freeing of Heba al-Labadi, held without charge since September on suspected security offense, 'more urgent'
In wake of Christchurch attack, allegedly carried out by Australian, ASIO says networks more organized than in the past but Islamists remain the chief terror threat
Despite his age, Bruno Dey faces German juvenile court as he was 17 when he began work at Stutthof concentration camp during World War II
After the speaker of the House tells the president that: 'All roads with you lead to Putin,' Trump calls her 'a third-rate politician,' before Democrats storm out of meeting
US Secretary of State will arrive in Israel on Friday after talks in Ankara aimed at achieving ceasefire in Turkish invasion of northern Syria; talks to also focus on Iran
Leonard Pozner, whose 6-year-old son Noah was among the 26 victims, sued James Fetzer for book claiming massacre was government-staged conspiracy theory
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation supported Jewish education at Brandeis University and Holocaust studies at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum
When a girl who doesn't stand up for her classmate ends up getting rescued by him, she, along with readers young and old, learns an important lesson about kindness and empathy
Jewish actress will play Selina Kyle opposite Robert Pattinson in latest Batman reboot
Tehran says measure aimed at pressuring European powers to find way around crippling US sanctions imposed after Trump pulled out of nuke deal
Moscow has moved quickly to entrench its leadership role and fill void after Trump ordered pullout of American forces that had been protecting Kurdish-controlled areas
Pelosi says president 'shaken up' after House overwhelmingly votes 354-60 to condemn US troop withdrawal from Syria; Trump reportedly calls her a 'third-rate politician'