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EU leaders pick Italian FM as bloc’s new top diplomat

Federica Mogherini to succeed incumbent Catherine Ashton in November.

Newly declassified documents reveal how U.S. agreed to Israel’s nuclear program

Documents reveal contacts between Washington and Jerusalem in late 1960s, when some Americans believed the nuclear option would not deter Arab leaders but would trigger an atom bomb race.

Man charged with assaulting British MP George Galloway

Galloway, who recently declared the northern English city he represents an ‘Israel-free zone,’ was attacked on a west London street on Friday night.

Middle East Updates / Saudi king warns of terrorist threat to Europe, U.S

Iran nuclear talks to resume on sidelines of UN General Assembly; six killed in Taliban attack on Afghan intel agency.

Ukraine says Russian tanks flatten border town as EU readying sanctions

Lithuanian president says Russia is effectively at war with Europe, calls on Europe to arm Kiev.

Zehavit and Haim Cohen: The Iron Lady and her tin-pot husband?

The Cohens are among the most prominent power couples in Israel, but critics say it’s not a marriage of equals when it comes to business acumen.

Housing group: 20 years to rebuild Gaza after fighting with Israel

Palestinian officials estimate cost of reconstruction exceeds $6 billion.

What’s threatening the future of Israeli high-tech? A shortage of math students

In Israel, too, STEM studies are on the decline by every measure. The Education Ministry blames parents for letting their children study art in high school instead of math and schools for caring too much about matriculation eligibility rates.

Suriname president’s son pleads guilty to abetting Hezbollah

Dino Bouterse faces terrorism charges for offering the Lebanese group a base in his South American country for attacking U.S. targets.

Pentagon: U.S. op against Islamic State in Iraq has cost $560 million

Total number of airstrikes against Islamist group rises to 110; Obama plays down expectations that U.S. will extend military campaign to IS targets in Syria.

Philippine Military Chief Confirms Peacekeepers Escaped Syria

Philippine military chief confirms that more than 70 peacekeepers have escaped from areas of Golan that came under attack by Syrian rebels.

MK: Zoabi Should Get Checked Out

MK Alex Miller suggests that MK Hanin Zoabi undergo a psychiatric evaluation after she took part in a pro-Hamas rally.

In Samaria, Hamas Fantasizes about Abducting a Soldier

Hamas performance in Tul Karem shows locals what Israel can expect from the terror organization.

Gaza Belt Leaders May Boycott Special Government Session

Government will hold its session in the south, but not in the area that was hardest hit in the war.

Brotherhood Leader’s 2nd Death Sentence Commuted

Grand Mufti commutes sentence of Muslim Brotherhood leader, Mohamed Badie, to a life sentence.

UN hosts Historic Counter-Anti-Semitism Confab

Arutz Sheva UN Correspondent/Security Analyst Mark Langfan to speak at the ‘vital forum’.

Netanyahu on Gaza Pullout: We Didn’t Want a Fallujah

Prime Minister explains that toppling Hamas and leaving could have resulted in a new islamist takeover, like what happened in Fallujah.

Anti-Israel MP George Galloway Assaulted in London

Man charged with religiously-aggravated assault as MP hospitalized with a broken jaw and ribs in violent attack.

Livni: Abbas Stood Firm and Prevented an Intifada

Justice Minister says that avoiding negotiations with ‘moderate’ Palestinians is a mistake.

Nearly 600 Terror Suspects Arrested in August

Most suspects arrested during riots supporting Hamas and other terror groups in Gaza. Same month saw spike in terror attacks.

EU inches toward new sanctions on Russia

5 US airstrikes target Islamic State fighters

Tunisia recovers bodies of Syrian boat migrants

Syria rebels reinforce siege of UN peacekeepers on Golan Heights

Two mortar rounds explode near Golan Heights border

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