* PHOTOS: Priests, Sanhedrin Perform Reenactment of Yom Kippur Temple Service Last Wednesday, a demonstration of the the Yom Kippur Temple Service was held in Hebron adjacent to the Cave of the Patriarchs.
* Baltic States, Poland 'Distrust' NATO on Responding to Russian Invasion Government representatives and security experts in the Baltic states and Poland don't trust NATO to come to their defense if they are invaded by Russia, according to a new study on the security challenges facing the alliance's eastern flank.
* EU citizens tell RT about their Brexit fears as campaign is launched to keep them in Britain European citizens living in Britain have told RT about how they fear for their jobs, their safety, and their families as Prime Minister Theresa May's "hard Brexit" plans threaten their residency rights.
* Syria's Assad: Aleppo a 'springboard' to winning the war Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said victory in Aleppo will make the city a "springboard" from which to retake the rest of the country.
* Palestinian FM rebukes UNESCO Chief The resolution made no mention of Judaism's connection to the Temple Mount, which is revered as the holiest site in Judaism.
* Missiles continue to rain down on Aleppo, world silent Syrian and Russian warplanes carried out dozens of air strikes on rebel-held districts of Aleppo on Friday, a monitor said, as world powers prepared for new talks on a ceasefire.
* Top UNESCO official hopes to delay full vote on Jerusalem resolution Head of cultural body's executive board, which is scheduled to meet Tuesday, says deferral would give dialogue a chance.
* Outrageous as it may be, UNESCO's Jerusalem vote has a silver lining An April resolution ignoring Jewish ties to the Temple Mount garnered a big majority. This time, Palestinians had a little less cause to celebrate.
* Israel, Trump, Clinton Slam UN Over Temple Mount Resolution The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations (UNESCO) on Thursday passed a resolution ignoring (some say denying) the Jewish connection to Jerusalem's Temple Mount, which it referred to only as the Al-Haram Al Sharif (the Noble Sanctuary), the name imposed on the sacred plateau after its conquest by Muslims in the 7th century CE.
* Hispanic Evangelicals Emerging as New Powerhouse of Israel Support When Hispanic-American pastors from around the country met in the nation's capital last week, the main issue on their agenda was not immigration or health care - it was Israel.