Monday, November 10, 2014


Europe: Divide Jerusalem; Netanyahu: Not a Chance The European Union's new foreign affairs chief, Federica Mogherini, visited the region over the weekend and insisted on the urgent need for a Palestinian state with the eastern half of Jerusalem as its capital.

Nigeria school blast in Potiskum kills dozens At least 46 students have been killed by a suicide bomber at a school assembly in the north-eastern Nigerian town of Potiskum, police have said.

Abbas: Arafat's remains to be moved to Jerusalem Ahead of 10th anniversary of Fatah leader's death, PA president says predecessor ought to 'remain immortal in the hearts of our people'.

Egypt terror group swears fealty to Islamic State Cairo says the declaration by Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis will not change its approach to dealing with the group

Netanyahu: World must not cave to Iran's demands Israel won't support any agreement that allows Iran to be a threshold nuclear state, Netanyahu said.

'Run Them Over,' Urges Palestinian Song Palestinian anthem of hate encourages more terror: 'Wait for them at the intersection, Let the settler drown in red blood.'

Report: Iran-Russia Nuclear Deal to be Signed Tuesday Iranian media reports that Russia and Iran will sign a construction deal for two nuclear power plants on Iran's southern Gulf shores.

Top EU diplomat calls for Jerusalem to be shared capital Abbas says draft Security Council resolution for Israeli withdrawal on track; Federica Mogherini makes remarks during Gaza visit

Russian military trying to intimidate Nato, report says Russia has, in parallel with its war on Ukraine, instigated almost 40 'highly disturbing' anti-Nato incidents, a new British report says.

Kasparov: Stop Putin now or pay the price later Chess legend Garry Kasparov was once the pride of the Soviet Union.