* Israel to Miss Out on 'Blood Moon' Phenomenon The scheduled appearance of four total lunar eclipses on major Jewish holidays between this Monday night (the start of Passover 2014) and September 27, 2015 (the start of Sukkot) has the attention of much of the Christian world.
* Five arrested for planning Passover sacrifice on Temple Mount Police transfer animal to Ministry of Agriculture, bring in suspects for further questioning
* Report: Iran says entitled to enrich uranium at 90% weapons-grade level Iranian nuclear energy chief announces his country is planning to build 4 new nuclear plants with Russian help.
* Peres makes pre-Passover visit to IDF soldiers on Israel's northern border "The nation will be able to celebrate the seder...thanks to the fact that the IDF is constantly on guard," Peres tells soldiers.
* Ukraine crisis: Pro-Russian attack in Ukraine's Horlivka The BBC's Olga Ishvina reports from inside a police department in Gorlovka, near Donetsk, where police and pro-Russian activists are 'cohabiting'
* Saudi Arabia Orders 'Anti-Islamic' Website Closed A Saudi court orders the permanent closure of a liberal website for publishing "anti-Islamic content."
* World's Biggest Passover Seder to Be Held in Kathmandu Chabad Lubavitch seder, which was in danger of being postponed due to Foreign Ministry strike, to be held as scheduled.
* US envoy Indyk flying in Tuesday to try to save peace talks Liberman tells foreign envoys Palestinians scuppered complex deal, as Israeli and Palestinian negotiators meet again in Jerusalem
* UN rights chief slams 'rampant' torture in Syria Navi Pillay says her office documented cases of rape, beatings and burning in army and rebel facilities alike
* El-Sissi omnipresent ahead of Egyptian elections Former army chief clear front-runner in upcoming presidential race, as only his posters appear in public