* Report: Islamic State Claims 'Radioactive Device' Now in Europe An alleged weapons maker for the Islamic State (IS) claimed that a 'radioactive device' has been smuggled into an undisclosed location in Europe, according to an intelligence brief released Monday by the SITE Intelligence Group.
* CIA report details 'brutal' post-9/11 interrogations The CIA carried out "brutal" interrogations of al-Qaeda suspects in the years after the 9/11 attacks on the US, a US Senate report has said.
* Jordan king says war against Islamic State is WWIII Obama promises more aid, loan guarantees to Jordan.
* Poll: Israeli View of Obama Falls (Even Further) Whereas his predecessors were consistently counted among Israel's best friends in the international arena, US President Barack Obama is seen by the majority of Israelis as being either neutral or negative toward the Jewish state, according to a new survey.
* Walgreen's Removes Swastika Patterned Wrapping Paper Wrapping paper that contains a swastika pattern in its trim recalled from stores after an outraged California shopper noticed it.
* Poll: 40% of Israelis think 'Jewish State' law would damage the country Most respondents also think that Netanyahu supported idea for political purposes.
* WATCH: Israelis develop the world's smallest New Testament Israeli company aims to break the World Record for the smallest Bible with a nano chip that can be embedded in jewellery items.
* WATCH: Town of Bethlehem lights up Christmas tree next to the church of the Holy Nativity Bethlehem marks the beginning of the holiday season by lighting up a 15-meters Christmas tree at Manger Square.
* PM slams Abbas's 'impossible fantasies' on 'return' of 6 million refugees PA chief vows he'll never recognize 'Jewish' Israel, claims he disabused Obama of notion of 'moderate' Muslim Brothers, says Hamas 'liars' begged for ceasefire in summer.
* Ukraine crisis: Shaky ceasefire holds as talks expected Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine are observing a ceasefire after weeks of bitter fighting, officials say.