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Report: Wave of cyber attacks on US originating in Iran
'New York Times' quotes US officials as saying targets include oil, gas and electricity companies; security experts believe goal of the Iranian attacks is sabotage rather than espionage.
'Anti-Israel activists crash London UEFA event'
Protestors against European soccer tournament set to be held in Israel crash exclusive dinner, according to UK media.
Lebanon: Hezbollah shouldn't spark sectarian conflict
Suleiman warns of guerrillas averting focus from Israel.
IN PICTURES: 25,000 hassidim attend Belz wedding
Thousands attend wedding of Rabbi Shalom Rokeach, grandson of Belz hassidic dynasty rebbe, Rabbi Tissachar Dov Rokeach.
'Assad has enough sarin to wipe out Damascus'
Exiled Syrian chemical arms scientist discusses Assad's arsenal, says he has used small quantities of sarin to stop rebel advances.
Turkey builds wall at Syria border crossing
Following death of 65 people in border town bombings, Ankara constructs 2.5km long twins walls, beefs up border security.
Hague: Bold leadership needed to restart talks
British Foreign Secretary says there is no realistic "plan B" in the event that the American peace initiative fails.
Hamas: Israel poisoned Gaza patients with gas
Hamas health minister says Israel provided carbon monoxide instead of nitrous gas used for anesthesia.
New book: Could Germany have a Jewish chancellor?
Political thriller 'The Jewish Candidate' sheds light on the right-wing extremist violence that has plagued Germany since 1990.
Kerry: Israelis, Palestinians nearing crunch time
US Secretary of State meets with Netanyahu, Abbas in separate meetings; urges parties to move to direct talks.