* Israel, Jordan, PA to sign trilateral Red Sea-Dead Sea pipeline plan Energy and Water Minister Silvan Shalom is due to attend "historic" signing ceremony at World Bank headquarters in DC.
* Ya'alon: Every Iranian embassy in the world is a base for terrorism Defense Minister says Iranians have built a terror infrastructure in South America, designed to target Jews, Israelis.
* Analysis: A stronger Iran, a weaker America and a region teetering on the brink Agreement appears to be another step in America's flight from the Middle East rather than a genuine effort to stop Iran's rush to nuclear weapons.
* Hamas: We Won't Cede a Single Grain of Soil Hamas marks 26 years since First Intifada, stating it won't settle for less than 'Palestine from the sea to the river.'
* Fars report: Saudi intelligence chief met with Israeli counterpart Iranian news agency cites twitter account of whistleblower who said sides met to coordinate on Iran, Syria.
* Israel to hold its first int'l cyber security conference Conference an attempt to advance field that Netanyahu has pegged as an area of potential economic growth for Israel.
* Putin dissolves state news agency, tightens grip on Russia media President Vladimir Putin tightened his control over Russia's media on Monday by dissolving the main state news agency and replacing it with an organization that is to promote Moscow's image abroad.
* NSA, GCHQ 'planted agents' into World of Warcraft, Second Life to spy on gamers The NSA and the UK's GCHQ spying agencies have collected players' charts and deployed real-life agents into online World of Warcraft and Second Life games, a new leak by whistleblower Edward Snowden has revealed.
* Getting down to details: Iran and powers start implementing nuclear deal Experts from both sides meet for the first time in Vienna to start working on the recently signed deal; On the agenda: Date for stopping the sensitive nuclear activity and sanctions relief.
* Iran says it produced laser guided ballistic missiles with increased range Iranian President says world powers have admitted failure in stopping Iran's nuclear progress.