* Israel To Present Trump With 'Evidence' Obama Was Behind UN Resolution TEL AVIV - Israel's ambassador to the United States warned Tuesday that the country will provide "evidence" to President-elect Donald Trump that President Barack Obama was behind Friday's anti-settlement resolution at the United Nations Security Council.
* Jerusalem Mayor: Jerusalem not open for negotiation Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat supports PM, invites President-elect to Jerusalem.
* Hamas says UN resolution 'not enough' Hamas leader praises anti-Israel UN resolution, says he hopes international community will continue to support 'Palestinian cause.'
* The UN Declares War on Judeo-Christian Civilization How is it that Western jurisprudence, created after the Second World War to prevent more crimes against humanity, is now being used to perpetuate more crimes and against democracies?
* Obama Administration No Friend to Israel Eight years of steadily increasing animosity on the part of the Obama Administration towards Israel reached its peak on Friday when the United States abstained from voting in the United Nations Security Council's (UNSC) latest anti-Israel resolution allowing the body to pass the draft.
* Mosul battle: Last bridge 'disabled by air strike' The last functioning bridge over the River Tigris in Mosul has been put out of service by a US-led coalition air strike, so-called Islamic State says.
* Russian plane crash: Experts begin examining flight recorder Russian air experts have begun examining one of the flight recorders from a plane that crashed into the Black Sea on Sunday, killing 92 people.
* China's aircraft carrier prowling Pacific, sending a message China's lone aircraft carrier is prowling the Pacific as the country seeks to assert its military might and build up its naval warfare capabilities.
* The Suicide of Germany Of the 1.2 million migrants who arrived in Germany in 2014 and 2015, only 34,000 found work.
* Defying U.N., Israel Prepares to Build More Settlements JERUSALEM -Undeterred by a resounding defeat at the United Nations, Israel's government said Monday that it would move ahead with thousands of new homes in East Jerusalem and warned nations against further action.