Ahmadreza Djalali, an Iranian scientist from Stockholm, granted citizenship by Sweden after being convicted, sentenced to death in Iran; Iran claims he had met with 'Mossad agents to deliver information on Iran's nuclear program'; Sweden demands his release.
Reuters 23:46 , 17.02.18
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki tells Munich Security Conference it won't be punishable to say there were Polish perpetrators of the Holocaust 'as there were Jewish perpetrators, as there were Russian perpetrators, as there were Ukrainian; not only German perpetrators.'
Associated Press 14:04 , 17.02.18
Two of the suspects, brothers Usama and Issam Hamade, are in custody in South Africa, while the third Samir 'Tony' Berro, remains at large; they alleged conspired to export to Lebanon electronics that can be used in drone guidance systems, one jet engine and 20 piston engines that can be used in drones, and a pair of digital video recording binoculars.
Associated Press 10:15 , 17.02.18
'We know that Lebanese Hezbollah is influenced by Iran,' US Secretary of State Tillerson concedes during press conference in Jordan; Lebanon 'would be better off without Hezbollah's terrorism and malign influence,' says undersecretary Goldstein
AFP 09:30 , 15.02.18
Nikolas Cruz, 19, was expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL; on Valentine's Day, he returned to his former school, set off the fire alarm, and opened fire at students and teachers rushing out of classrooms; present, former students remember him as a 'loner' and an 'outcast.'
Reuters, AP 09:06 , 15.02.18
On the heels of Israel's interception of Iranian UAV, strike in Syria and downing of Israeli F-16, which all took place Saturday, UN chief calls on all sides 'to work for an immediate and unconditional de-escalation of violence and exercise restraint.'
AFP 08:00 , 11.02.18
PA President Abbas tells visiting Indian PM Modi that he is counting on India's support in future Israeli-Palestinian negotiations; 'We never have, never will reject negotiations,' Abbas adds; Modi pledges $41 million in aid to Palestinians, saying he remains 'committed to Palestinian national rights.'
Assosciated Press 21:21 , 10.02.18
Racist and anti-Semitic expressions in Italy have been growing more bold, widespread and violent, with 1 in five Italians holding anti-Semitic views; anti-migrant rhetoric, meanwhile, plays major part in country's elections.
Associated Press 23:32 , 09.02.18
Arab Bank was found liable for knowingly supporting Hamas terror attacks in Israel, but US appeals court throws out verdict, saying jury in case was instructed improperly about the 'international terrorism' element of one of the plaintiffs' claims.
Reuters 18:53 , 09.02.18
Defying criticism from Israel, US, President Duda signs bill outlawing blaming Poles for 'systemic' Holocaust crimes, but refers law to constitutional court; denies violation of free speech; Polish right sense 'hidden agenda' accusing Jews of seeking financial restitution.
Associated Press 10:49 , 07.02.18
In Idlib, rescue workers report 11 people suffering from breathing problems from chemicals dropped from the air; three hospitals in area also hit in airstrike; Ghouta also hit by 'indiscriminate bombardment,' says head of International Commission of Inquiry on Syria.
Reuters, AP 14:12 , 06.02.18
US Secretary of State Tillerson and Argentine Foreign Minister Faurie agree to combat organized crime in Argentina, which raises funds for Hezbollah; 'We need to attack and eliminate' Hezbollah's terror activity in Argentina, Tillerson says.
AFP 10:16 , 05.02.18
Backing the newly approved bill outlawing suggestions of Poland's complicity in the Holocaust, the country's most powerful politician and leader of the ruling conservative, nationalistic Law and Justice party stresses it is misunderstood, and is not meant to silence those rightfully claiming specific Polish individuals as complicit, which he 'with pain and regret' agrees 'did happen.'
Associated Press 23:15 , 03.02.18
German Foreign Minister Sigmar backs Poland's decision to criminalize suggestions that the nation was complicit in the Holocaust, stating it 'was carried out by our country and no one else.'
The Associated Press and Reuters 19:56 , 03.02.18
Polish bill criminalizing suggestion of Polish complicity in Holocaust draws strong reactions from Israel, Polish minorities; US urges President Duda to veto; PM Morawiecki: 'bill raises legitimate concerns about restricting freedom, discovering Holocaust truth.'
Reuters 17:11 , 03.02.18
Previously classified document by Republicans on House intelligence committee alleges probe of Trump campaign's potential collusion with Russia was product of political bias against Trump at the FBI and Justice Department; Democrats say memo mischaracterizes highly sensitive classified information.
Reuters 10:26 , 03.02.18
Backed by 57 senators, opposed by 23, bill penalizing anyone who uses phrases such as ‘Polish death camps’ to refer to the killing sites Nazi Germany operated in occupied Poland during World War II clears second hurdle before being sent to Polish president for final signature; ‘We want to send a clear signal to the world that we won't allow for Poland to continue being insulted.'
Reuters 08:07 , 01.02.18
UNRWA head says Russia, Kuwait and nine European countries agree to accelerate contributions intended to fill shortfall left by Trump's decision to withhold millions of dollars from the Palestinian refugee agency; 'It is clear that we have a very big task on our hand to fill that gap.'
Associated Press 19:10 , 30.01.18
Poland's lower house approves bill prescribing up to three years in prison for using phrases such as 'Polish death camp' to describe Nazi killing sites in occupied Poland; critics say would be impossible to enforce the law outside Poland.
Associated Press 11:06 , 27.01.18
Israeli and American married gay couple father twins Ethan and Aiden Dvash-Banks, but while Aiden–whose biological father Andrew is American–received citizenship, Ethan–whose biological father is Elad, an Israeli–was denied; ' These are twins, how can you differentiate between them?'
Associated Press 10:02 , 27.01.18
'We have sufficient evidence to describe this as a double homicide investigation and that both Honey and Barry Sherman were in fact targeted,' says police detective, but adds there are still no suspects.
Associated Press 09:36 , 27.01.18
In 2014, British model Amena Khan called Israel a 'sinister,' 'terrorist' and 'illegal' state, accused it of 'Torture. Murder. Rape. Genocide' and expressed hope it would be defeated; 'I deeply regret the content of the tweets I made in 2014 and sincerely apologize,' she says after puling out of campaign
AFP 10:50 , 23.01.18
Since Trump declared last chance for Iran deal to be re-negotiated, Britain, France, Germany seeking to address Iran's ballistic missile tests, regional influence while preserving the 2015 accord; Now, French FM accuses Tehran of disregarding UN resolution to refrain from working on ballistic missiles designed to carry nuclear warheads.
Reuters 19:49 , 22.01.18
Only 30 percent of respondents in worldwide Gallup poll profess satisfaction with US leadership under President Trump on one-year anniversary since inauguration, marking 'historic, unprecedented low'; only 4 countries show increase in US approval rating, including Israel.
Orly Azoulay, Washington 18:59 , 20.01.18
Central European giant reportedly rallies allies, mulls new sanctions on Iran to display serious approach to President Trump's threats to decertify Iran nuclear deal; Germany, France and Britain consider sanctions to 'punish Iran for missile program, meddling in Middle Eastern conflicts.'
Reuters 17:06 , 20.01.18
Over 80 Jewish activists, clad in religious garb, arrested for 'crowding, obstructing, or incommoding' during demonstration against Trump's plans to scrap legislation that would protect hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants from deportation.
Ynet 11:01 , 18.01.18
Still intent on diplomacy to ease tension with North Korea, US Secretary of State Tillerson says US is nevertheless ready to respond with military response should the Kim regime refuses to give up nuclear ambitions.
Associated Press 08:37 , 17.01.18
Recently unclassified documents relating to JFK assassination reveal CIA arranged for Jordan's King Hussein to meet Jewish American actress Susan Cabot; two allegedly had an affair, and rumor has it Cabot's son—who later murdered her—was Hussein's illegitimate child.
Ynet 21:38 , 16.01.18
Days after Germany summons Iran’s ambassador to reprimand Tehran against spying on individuals and groups with close ties to Israel, spokesman for the Federal Prosecutors Office says suspects believed to have ‘spied on institutions and persons in Germany on behalf of an entity associated with Iran.’
Associated Press and Reuters 13:23 , 16.01.18
According to senior officials in Washington, US president Trump is planning to cut this year's first contribution the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees by more than half, down to $60 million from $125.
Associated Press, Elior Levy 23:08 , 14.01.18
Moscow 'gradually coming to the conclusion that an internal decision by the US to leave the deal has already been made or is close to being made,' vowing to 'do everything in its power to save the agreement,' says deputy foreign minister.
AFP 16:14 , 13.01.18
Leaked draft policy document finds Obama-era assumptions of a world where nuclear weapons were less relevant to be incorrect, says US would pursue development of new nuclear weapons as a deterrent; Pentagon: Document has not been completed, not yet reviewed and approved by the president.
Reuters 10:27 , 13.01.18
After US President Trump declares 'last chance' to European allies and Congress to fix 'disastrous flaws' in agreement with Tehran or face US withdrawal, Iran's Foreign Ministry stresses 'will not accept any change in the deal, neither now nor in future'; Iranian FM accuses Trump of trying to undermine agreement.
Reuters, AP 10:14 , 13.01.18
President Trump to extend sanctions relief on Iran as part of nuclear deal; president will, however, provide both Congress and US's allies with deadline to improve deal, or he might pull out; on immigration, Trump wonders why US should allow immigrants from African 's**thole countries' to come in.
News agencies 21:57 , 12.01.18
Citing a person close to the American president, the Washington Post says the interview could take place within the next several weeks, as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election.
Reuters 08:37 , 09.01.18
Iran’s foreign minister calls UN Security Council meeting centered on anti-government protests in Iran 'another foreign policy blunder for the Trump administration,' as pro-government demonstrators take to the streets with chants of 'death to America, Israel.'
Liad Osmo, Reuters and The Associated Press 12:47 , 06.01.18
Days after Kim Jong Un delivers New Year's address reminding US 'nuclear button always on my desk', Trump posts derisory tweet, insisting his ‘Nuclear Button is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works.'
Reuters 09:29 , 03.01.18
North Korea's ruler says his country's nuclear capabilities can reach anywhere in the US; 'It's not a threat, just reality,' Kim says; striking a more conciliatory tone, dictator also expresses willingness to participate in South Korean Winter Olympics, says 'We wish the Games success.'
Reuters 11:04 , 01.01.18
Charter aircraft goes down in Guanacaste, killing two crewmembers and 10 Americans, five of whom were identified as Bruce and Irene Steinberg and their sons Matthew, William and Zachary of Scarsdale, NY; rabbi says the family was involved in philanthropy and local Jewish groups.
Associated Press 10:11 , 01.01.18
In first public comments since wave of anti-government protests swept across Iran, President Rouhani deflects fire to President Trump, who supported protesters; Rouhani further says while Iranians had right to protest, criticize the government, their actions should not lead to violence—despite fact government forces have arrested more than 200, killed 2 protesters.
Reuters 21:55 , 31.12.17
India incensed, severely rebukes Palestinian Authority over participation of its ambassador in rally to "defend Jerusalem from Israel" alongside Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, leader of Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist organization behind 2008 Mumbai attacks that killed 173 people.
Ynet 12:47 , 30.12.17
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Judge rules there is sufficient proof to conclude that the shot to the head that killed the prosecutor who accused former President Cristina Fernandez of covering up Iran’s role in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center in January 2015 was not self-inflicted.
Reuters 08:27 , 27.12.17
Days after UN General Assembly defies Trump by voting on resolution declaring his Jerusalem decision 'null and void', Ambassador Nikki Haley releases statement delivering on threats that world body would feel financial pinch, announcing decision to cut 2018-2019 budget by $250M; ‘We will no longer let the generosity of the American people be taken advantage of or remain unchecked.’
Ynet 09:45 , 25.12.17
The latest UN sanctions against North Korea are an act of war and tantamount to a complete economic blockade against it, North Korea’s foreign ministry says, threatening to punish those who supported the measure.
Associated Press 22:40 , 24.12.17
AG Sessions orders review following Politico exposé purporting Obama administration foiled Project Cassandra, a DEA program intended to stymie drug trafficking, money laundering by Hezbollah; report said administration interceded to prevent collapse of Iran nuclear deal; 'This is a significant issue for protection of Americans,' Sessions said.
Ynet 10:21 , 23.12.17
Speaking in a joint press conference with French President Macron, PA president says Palestinians cannot accept any US-led initiative after Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital; slams threats made by the US president to impose financial cuts on countries who voted in favor of UN General Assembly resolution declaring US move 'null and void.'
Reuters and Elior Levy 13:05 , 22.12.17
After joining over 120 countries in urging Trump to reverse Jerusalem declaration, PM Najib Razak tells crowds in Malaysia his country will do everything to 'save Jerusalem,' adding Trump's threats will not cause him to 'pawn the sanctity of Islam.’
Associated Press 11:03 , 22.12.17
After Trump promises US will be 'taking names' of countries who vote against his Jerusalem declaration in Thursday's UN vote, intimating financial repercussions will be felt, Turkish president says he hopes world 'will give the US a good lesson.'
Reuters and Ynet 14:58 , 21.12.17
Juan Thompson found guilty of committing domestic terrorism with bomb threats made to Jewish groups in the name of his ex-girlfriend, New York social worker Francesca Rossi; 'Domestic terrorism is rooted in violence against women,' warns Rossi.
Associated Press 11:21 , 21.12.17
Australian man of Afghan descent with a history of mental health issues was arrested after SUV he was driving plowed into crowd on a busy Melbourne street, leaving 14 injured; witnesses say car ran a red light and sped up before hitting pedestrians; police say ramming was intentional, but there was 'no evidence to indicate terrorism.'
Associated Press, Reuters 09:48 , 21.12.17
Lawyers of 96-year-old former Nazi SS guard Oskar Groening say his 4 year jail sentence at his age violates his 'right to life'; Groening was sentenced in July 2015, but has yet to spend a day in prison as he appeals his case.
AFP 15:25 , 20.12.17
Funeral procession of Aliza Azan, her three children—Moshe, Yitzah and Henrietta—killed in accidental menorah house fire, winds through Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn with thousands of city's Syrian Jewish community in attendance; Religious Services Minister Azulai requests victims be buried in Holon cemetery, despite not being Israeli residents, is granted request.
Kobi Nachshoni 16:09 , 19.12.17
Aliza Azan and her children Moshe, 11, Yitzah, 7, and Henrietta, 3, perish in blaze; Yossi Azan—who was burned trying to save his wife and younger children—and their two teenage children are hospitalized in critical condition.
Associated Press 09:20 , 19.12.17
American president poised to outline new national security strategy that envisions nations in a perpetual state of competition, reverses Obama-era warnings on climate change and de-emphasizes multinational agreements that have dominated US foreign policy since Cold War. 'States have increasingly found common interests with Israel in confronting common threats,' document asserts.
Associated Press 14:38 , 18.12.17
Politico investigation reveals previous American administration undermined an ambitious law enforcement campaign and allowed the Lebanese terror organization to engage in drug-trafficking and money-laundering operations—including inside the US— to ensure nuclear deal would remain on track. 'This was a policy decision,' says finance analyst.
Ynet 09:26 , 18.12.17
Karin Kneissl, new Austrian minister of foreign affairs appointed by far-right Freedom Party, holds conflicting views on Israel: while she speaks Hebrew, studied at Hebrew University, she previously compared Zionism to German nationalism; Israel yet to comment on new coalition government, possibly waiting for US, European response.
Itamar Eichner 09:44 , 17.12.17
Pharmaceuticals billionaire Barry Sherman suspected of killing his wife and then himself in their Toronto mansion, according to two Canadian newspapers citing unnamed police sources; police: 'There's a whole bunch of different scenarios here. We are not ruling anything out.'
Reuters 22:56 , 16.12.17
John Ausonius is serving a life sentence in Sweden after carrying out a racially motivated shooting spree in the early 90's. New details point to his alleged involvement in the murder of Holocaust survivor Blanka Zmigrod in Germany while he was on the run from Swedish authorities.
Reuters, Ynet 22:35 , 16.12.17
Austrian Chancellor-elect and leader of conservative People's Party Kurz reaches coalition agreement with Strache's far-right Freedom Party; 'We wish to make country more secure,' say leaders of the anti-immigration parties in joint press conference.
Reuters 11:20 , 16.12.17
Barry Sherman, 75-year-old founder of generic drug giant Apotex, his wife Honey found dead in basement of their Toronto mansion by real estate agent; circumstances of death deemed 'suspicious' by police, investigation underway; philanthropist couple considered key figures in Canada's Jewish community, eulogized by Canadian PM, Toronto mayor.
Reuters 10:35 , 16.12.17
After Trump's UN Envoy Nikki Haley presents 'undeniable' evidence that Iran supplied missiles fired at Saudi Arabia by Houthi rebels, group claims US wants 'to give Arabs a story to divert their attention from Jerusalem. Instead of being angry at Israel, they wave the Iranian bogey.'
News Agencies 10:20 , 15.12.17
'The recognition of your dog Trump of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel will make us recognize explosives as the capital of your country,' ISIS writes in Telegram message, posting images of New York's Times Square and what appeared to be an explosive bomb belt and detonator.
Reuters 17:52 , 14.12.17
Antonio Guterres writes in report to Security Council that ballistic missiles used by Houthi Shi’ite rebels in Yemen against Saudi Arabia may have been transferred by Iran; report presented shortly before US Envoy to UN Nikki Haley set to hold news conference highlighting Iran's 'destabilizing activities in the Middle East region and elsewhere in the world.'
Associated Press 09:33 , 14.12.17
Would-be suicide subway bomber Akayed Ullah, 27, faces both federal and state charges after telling investigators: 'I did it for the Islamic State'; Bangladesh counterterrorism officers questioned his wife; Trump calls for closer scrutiny of foreigners who come to the country.
Reuters 09:28 , 13.12.17
Amnesty International report accuses European Union of turning blind eye to violence exerted by Libyan authorities against thousands of migrants, refugees detained on country's territory in deplorable conditions; 'State of Israel must not be also complicit in crimes by deporting asylum seekers,' says Amnesty's Israeli spokesman.
Associated Press 17:48 , 12.12.17
Pipe bomb reportedly detonated in a passageway below ground at Port Authority; FDNY reports 4 people—including perpetrator—sustained non-life threatening injuries in blast; suspect is 27-year-old Brooklyn resident Bangladeshi Akayed Ullah, in police custody; initial estimates say Ullah influenced by Islamic State, CNN reports he told police he was motivated by Israeli actions in Gaza Strip.
Reuters 20:22 , 11.12.17
US Envoy to UN Haley says in special UN Security Council session on J'lem, 'US to no longer stand by as Israel attacked in UN, lectured to by countries that lack credibility in treating Israel fairly. Trump remains committed to peace process.'; US should recant 'illegal, provocative decision' says Palestinian envoy.
Itamar Eichner 21:54 , 08.12.17
Taylor Force Act, named after US West Point graduate who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist in 2016, receives overwhelming support in Republican-led House, as lawmakers slam the 'downright disgusting ... pay to slay' scheme by the PA which they say 'incentivizes terrorism.'
Associated Press 09:29 , 06.12.17
CIA Director Mike Pompeo says he sent letter to Quds Force commander Qasem Soleimani, warning him the US would hold Tehran accountable for any attacks it conducted on American interests in Iraq, but the general 'refused to open the letter.'
Associated Press 14:07 , 03.12.17
War rhetoric rises as UN Ambassador Nikki Haley tells world body's Security Council Washington has never sought a military showdown with N. Korea, but that its possible eventuality would result in the Kim regime's total demise.
Reuters 08:49 , 30.11.17
The wartime commander of Bosnian Croat forces, Slobodan Praljak, dies after drinking poison seconds after UN judges turned down his appeal against a 20-year sentence for war crimes against Bosnian Muslims.
Associated Press 17:35 , 29.11.17
Pentagon estimates missile reached higher than any previous one launched by North Korea; missile is fired a week after US Pres. Trump put North Korea back on list of countries that Washington says support terrorism; targeting Japan allows the US to impose further sanctions.
Reuters 23:34 , 28.11.17
'If we have kept our missile range to 2,000km, it's not due to lack of technology,' says top Iranian army officer. 'But if Europe wants to turn into a threat, we will increase our missile range'; Iran's present-day missiles have the range to hit Israel.
Reuters 09:37 , 26.11.17
US State Dept. says Palestine offices in Washington may remain open, so long as it limits activities to 'those related to achieving lasting, comprehensive peace between Israelis, Palestinians'; reversal comes on heels of Trump administration's decision to close offices following Palestinian statements on indicting Israelis at ICC.
Associated Press 09:40 , 25.11.17
Saudi Muslim World League Sect. Gen. al-Issa, ambassador to France al-Angari visit Paris Grand Synagogue, receiving grand tour from France chief rabbi, synagogue's rabbi; visit lasts two hours, Saudi officials shown ancient Torah scroll; synagogue's rabbi then invited to luncheon for al-Issa, conjectures about impending invitation to Saudi kingdom.
Itamar Eichner 09:51 , 24.11.17
While meeting with Syrian Pres. Assad on Tuesday and acknowledging that their joint campaign against Islamic State is close to over, Russian Pres. Putin neglects to state when, exactly, Russia will vacate the war-torn Syria.
Ynetnews and Associated Press 22:54 , 21.11.17
Lebanon's resigned PM Hariri lands in Paris on Saturday for talks with French Pres. Macron; Lebanese Pres. Aoun, an ally of Hezbollah, tweets that Hariri told him he would be in Lebanon on Wednesday to celebrate country's Independence Day; Hariri resigned as Lebanese PM while in Saudi Arabia, plunging Lebanon into crisis, accusing Hezbollah of disrupting the region.
News Agencies 12:06 , 18.11.17
As it does every year, Washington will have to vote against resolution introduced by Russia as it calls for restrictions on speech and assembly, which are protected by the First Amendment; US also reportedly pressured Israel to vote 'no' or at least abstain this year.
Associated Press 13:50 , 16.11.17
Lawmakers back legislation that would sanction any individual or country providing financial, material aid to Hamas, and suspend funding to the Palestinian Authority over their stipends to families of convicted terrorists; bill also criticizes Qatar, ‘a longtime US ally that has for many years openly financed Hamas.’
Associated Press 21:19 , 15.11.17
Number of victims continues to be counted after 7.3 magnitude quake erupts along border, sending tremors throughout the region, including to Israel; as some 50 aftershocks rip through the area, footage and photos show carnage and devastation left its tracks.
Associated Press 20:50 , 15.11.17
Zimbabwean army forces storm capital of Harare, block access roads to gov't offices, parliament, courts, take over state TV; 'This is not a coup, President Mugabe alive and well,' says army spokesman, adding move only targets 'criminals around him'; ruling party accuses army of treason.
Reuters 09:20 , 15.11.17
After changing his mind in less than a day about Russian involvement in the US elections, US President Trump is slammed by former head of CIA and former head of US intelligence, blaming his actions on 'either naiveté, ignorance or fear.'
Reuters 23:15 , 12.11.17
Appearing to backtrack on statements indicating he believes Putin is 'sincere' in his denial of Russian meddling in US elections, Trump later casts doubt over ‘whether I believe it,’ saying ‘I'm with our agencies.’
Associated Pres 09:36 , 12.11.17
After speaking several times on sidelines of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, US President Donald Trump says Russian President Vladimir Putin again denied allegations Russia interfered in 2016 elections, and is 'very insulted' by insinuation.
Associated Press 18:11 , 11.11.17
Trump Organization Director of Security Schiller testifies before Congress Intelligence Committee, recounts being offered, declining to have 5 women sent to Trump's Moscow hotel room during 2013 Miss Universe pageant; 'Oh my God, that's bull****,' Schiller says in response to claims Trump entertained women in Moscow.
Ynet 22:01 , 10.11.17
Shooter, who had a documented history of domestic violence, was able to buy weapons because the Air Force did not submit his criminal history to the FBI as required by military rules; gunman sent threatening texts to his mother-in-law, a member of the church, before the attack; US Pres. Trump nevertheless defends not having extreme gun license vetting policy in the US.
Associated Press 22:00 , 07.11.17
US Def. Dept. identifies shooter as 26-year-old white veteran; Daily Mail reports shooter boasted of love for guns on Facebook, and that his mother-in-law is a member of the church he gunned down; PM Netanyahu tweets, 'Horrified by the savagery in Texas. Our hearts are with the victims, their families and the American people.'
Reuters 09:45 , 06.11.17