* Egyptians line up to vote for new president Egyptians lined up to vote on Tuesday, the second and final day of the presidential election.
* Greece's neo-Nazis come into their own in EU vote Almost 13 percent of Greeks voted for anti-Semitic, extreme-right parties in Sunday's European Parliament elections.
* Hamas and Fatah agree on make-up of unity government, name ministers Rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas agreed on the make-up of a national unity government.
* Israeli Security Officials Warn Against Over-Investment by China As China significantly steps up its investments in Israel and in joint research programs, some prominent Israelis are warning against too close an embrace.
* Ukraine unrest: Dozens die as Donetsk airport retaken Ukraine's interior ministry says the military is now in full control of the airport.
* Pope's Visit to Israel A Victory for Islamic Terrorism If anyone was infallible during the Pope's visit to Israel, it was terrorist president Mahmoud Abbas.
* Jerusalem troubled by rise of far right in European election Jerusalem is worried about the results of this week's European Parliament election.
* Rabbis: Europe must take tougher stance against anti-Semitism The chief rabbi of Brussels, Albert Gigi, says local police estimates that Saturday's attack at the Belgian capital's Jewish museum could have been criminally motivated.
* Israelis Look to Place Torah Scroll on the Moon An Israeli organization called "Torah on the Moon" is looking to do just what its name implies.
* EU leaders digest anti-establishment vote EU leaders meeting in Brussels on Tuesday (27 May) are still digesting the result of EU elections.