* Turkey, Iran and Russia to meet for Syria talks Leaders from three of the most powerful international players in Syria will hold talks next month to discuss the situation in Idlib province and other key matters affecting the war-torn country.
* Anti-Semitism a growing concern for majority of Europe's young Jews Young Jewish Europeans believe anti-Semitism is on the rise in their countries.
* Antisemitism Spikes in Czech Republic: Near 200% Increase Since 2015 Antisemitic hate speech on the Internet accounts for 92.8% of recorded incidents; country still safer for the Jewish community than others in Central and Western Europe.
* Putin, visiting Italy, says wants Rome to help mend Moscow-EU ties Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday he hoped Italy would battle to restore fully fledged relations between the European Union and Russia and help persuade the bloc's new leadership that sanctions on Moscow were counter-productive.
* High alert in US, British Navies after UK marines seize Iranian oil tanker The high alert was declared even before Mohsen Rezai's threat on Friday, July 5, to seize a British vessel unless the Iranian oil tanker impounded by UK Marines on its way to Syria was released at once.
* Islamic Jihad summer camp: Young Palestinian men graduate from military-style training school in Gaza Every summer, terror organisation Palestinian Islamic Jihad runs camps throughout the Gaza strip.
* Hamas threatens to expand conflict with Israel Senior Hamas official praises military coordination between Hamas and Islamic Jihad, threatens to expand conflict with Israel.
* Islamic organization condemns Israeli tunnel in East Jerusalem Organization of Islamic Cooperation slams opening ceremony for 2,000-year-old underground route that led to the Jewish Temple; event put on by right-wing City of David organization included participation by U.S. ambassador and Mideast envoy.
* France: The Real Emmanuel Macron Charles de Gaulle refused to speak of the many French who had collaborated with the authorities of the German occupation. He refused to commemorate D-Day.
* Analysis: Is Mossad chief right about a one-time shot at peace? Mossad Chief Yossi Cohen says there's a unique opportunity for regional peace in the Middle East.