* Will Jewish incursions at Temple Mount provoke a new intifada? Temple Mount in Old Jerusalem, a place of profound significance for Christians, Jews and Muslims alike, is undoubtedly the most explosive piece of religious real estate in the world.
* Iranian officials remove anti-American posters in Tehran Posters questioning US honesty in nuclear talks put up illegally, says Tehran city official.
* Report: Putin seeking to resume Russia-Egypt military ties amid US vacuum Following weakening of Egypt-US ties, Sunday Times reports Moscow may be eying Egypt's Mediterranean ports for naval use.
* Car bombs kill scores in Baghdad, in sign of crisis in Iraq Nearly two years after the U.S. troop withdrawal, Iraq is in the midst of a deepening security crisis as an al-Qaeda affiliate wages a relentless campaign of attacks, sending the death toll soaring to its highest level since 2008.
* IAF strikes underground rocket launchers in Gaza following rocket attacks on Israel Israel strikes in response to 2 rockets fired from Gaza Strip.
* Syria Kurdish fighters seize border post from Islamists Kurdish fighters in north-east Syria have taken control of a border crossing with Iraq from Islamist rebel groups.
* Discrimination Against Jews Continues at the Temple Mount Israeli Police continue to prevent Jews from visiting Judaism's holiest site. Witness: we were humiliated because we were Jews.
* Iran metes out 80 lashes to Christians for communion wine drinking Christian group urges Iran to reconsider punishment, not infringe on civil rights.
* Netanyahu: Israel doesn't fear solitude on Iran, but we're not alone PM says many in int'l community share Israel's views on Iran; Iranian deputy FM travels to Vienna to meet IAEA chief Amano.
* 'Breakout time': Report details how Iran could achieve undetectable nuclear capability A leading U.S. think tank has assessed that Iran was ready to assemble its first nuclear weapon.