* Nasrallah warns Israel could be 'wiped out' in war between US and Iran Pointing to map of Israel, Hezbollah leader specifies the targets his terror group could hit, claims its precision missiles can reach Eilat.
* EU seeks to deescalate Persian Gulf tensions European Union nations were looking to deescalate tensions in the Persian Gulf area on Monday and call on Iran to stick to the 2015 nuclear deal, despite the pullout of the United States from the accord and the re-imposition of U.S. sanctions on Tehran.
* Netanyahu Warns Hezbollah of 'Crushing' Blow After Terror Chief's Threats Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Hezbollah that Israel would deal a "crushing" blow to Lebanon if it attacks, after the terror group's chief, Hassan Nasrallah, warned that Israel would be "wiped out" in any conflict between the U.S. and Iran.
* With Iran deal teetering on brink, Europeans assess next step Tehran has scaled back on some of its nuclear commitments under the deal, leading the European parties to the pact to warn it about not fully complying with the terms.
* Netanyahu: IDF the only army ready to fight Iran Speaking to members of the National Security College at the Prime Minister's Office, Netanyahu slammed the 2015 nuclear deal, saying that only he was against it at the time.
* The Hamas March to Destroy Israel By choosing to hold the protests under the banner of the "Three No's," the organizers of the "Great March of Return" have again proven that the weekly demonstrations are not about improving the living conditions of Palestinians or easing restrictions imposed on the Gaza Strip.
* EU supports Iraq-proposed conference on US-Iran tensions The European Union supports an Iraqi proposal to hold a regional conference amid rising tensions between the United States and Iran, the group's foreign policy chief said Saturday.
* EU's Mogherini cautions against 'dangerous adventures' in the Middle East The European Union fully backs Iraq's efforts to de-escalate growing tensions between the United States and Iran because conflict will have dire consequences for all sides, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said on Saturday.
* Iran nuclear deal: 'Small window' to save deal, says Jeremy Hunt Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said there was a "small window" to save the Iran nuclear deal, as he launched a fresh bid to ease tensions in the Gulf.
* Erekat slams senior Hamas official's 'repugnant' call to kill Jews worldwide Top PLO official says Fathi Hammad's comments made him want 'o vomit'; UN envoy Nikolay Mladenov calls them 'dangerous' and says they must be condemned by all.