* Turkey's Erdogan, Putin meet as Syria cease-fire enters its final hours Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is holding last-minute talks with Russian leader Vladimir Putin on Tuesday as the clock is winding down on a cease-fire deal between Turkish and Kurdish forces.
* Erdogan warns Syria offensive will resume unless Kurds complete pullout Turkish leader continues threats ahead of meeting with Putin; dismisses French request for ceasefire extension, claiming Paris talking to 'terrorists' but not to him.
* The Real Cost of Turkey's Kurdish Obsession The end of First World War left the Kurds in an even worse situation than before.
* Turkey's Syria Policy Could Lead to Its Own Destruction Turkish nationalists and supporters of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan may cheer Turkey's incursion into Syria and efforts to end Kurdish self-governance across Turkey's southern border.
* Netanyahu Lost, But Gantz Didn't win yet - Analysis Gantz has a serious political knot to untangle, and his chances seem as bad if not worse than Netanyahu's.
* Israeli soldier lightly wounded in overnight clashes with stone-lobbing settlers No arrests reported in overnight clashes as IDF says will work with Shib Bet and police to find attackers.
* As Halloween Approaches, Thousands Of Witches Will Cast A "Binding Spell" On Donald Trump On October 25th I know that the headline will sound very strange to a lot of my readers, but this is actually happening. On October 25th at 11:59 PM, thousands of witches will simultaneously conduct a ritual which is meant to "bind" Donald Trump.
* Vladimir Putin is resetting Russia's Africa agenda to counter the US and China The first-ever Russia-Africa summit will be held from Oct. 23-24 in Sochi, Russia, marking the culminating point of the return of Russia to Africa, with more than 50 African leaders and 3,000 delegates invited.
* Why Hamas Supports Erdogan's War If, according to Hamas, Turkey has the right to protect its border, why does Israel not have the same right?
* Newly discovered virus disturbs scientists who have no idea how it infects hosts Researchers have described the virus as 'defying evolution'.