* Turkey Syria offensive: Heavy fighting on second day of assault Heavy fighting is reported in northern Syria on the second day of a Turkish offensive into Kurdish-held areas.
* Ukraine's president says 'no blackmail' in Trump call Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said there was "no blackmail" in a phone call with Donald Trump that is at the heart of a possible attempt to remove the US president from office.
* Netanyahu: Israel must be ready to act alone PM during Yom Kippur War memorial: 'We always remember our guiding principle: Israel will defend itself, by itself, against every threat.'
* Israeli farmers to Jordan king: Don't cut us off from our lands Ahead of termination of land lease, Jordan Valley Council turns to Jordan's King Abdullah. 'Let us meet and reach an agreement.'
* The IDF's Secret Weapon Against Iran Thousands of conscripts and career officers from across Israel's security agencies spend weeks at the Military Intelligence language school learning Arabic or Farsi.
* Iran Launches Turkey Border Exercise After Erdogan Invades Syria Turkey started its invasion where the Syrian Democratic Forces [SDF] had been protected by the US, until Washington announced on Sunday that it was pulling US troops out of Syria.
* Netanyahu offers 'Gallant Kurds' Humanitarian Aid Netanyahu said that the IDF is prepared - offensively and defensively - to deal with any threat, and has "overwhelming power" to do so.
* 'Useless,' 'unhelpful': Blue and White, Likud sources trash Liberman unity plan Yisrael Beytenu leader has called for Gantz to relinquish first place in premiership rotation and for Netanyahu to give up on right-wing bloc.
* 'Hey EU, wake up': Erdogan threatens to send millions of refugees to Europe if EU labels Turkish op in Syria an invasionTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned Europe against criticizing his country's newly-launched military incursion into Syria, claiming he could allow millions of refugees to pour into the EU if he so chooses.
* Netanyahu: Israel ponders pre-emptive operation to prevent Iranian cruise missile strike Israel's quandary over whether to launch a pre-emptive strike to deter Iran from a missile assault, like its attack on Saudi Arabia, was revealed by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Thursday, Oct. 10, at a memorial ceremony for the fallen in the 1973 Yom Kippur war.