EU leadership is determined to present a united front as Theresa May seeks deals for Britain.
Israeli authorities judged he had played a minimal role in the attack that killed two soldiers.
Israel announced its first settlement for 20 years on Thursday.
Palestinians say the move "sabotages" President Trump's early peace moves.
Russia fired missiles only miles away from NATO forces in the volatile Black Sea region, where the U.S. has accused Moscow of threatening its interests.
Serbia's Defense Minister Zoran Djordjevic said Russia would provide his country with free jets, tanks and armored vehicles as Moscow seeks to increase its Balkans influence.
Trump had appeared to put the proposal, sensitive in the Arab world, on the back burner.
Tokyo has lodged a formal protest over South Korea's decision to hold military drills at the Liancourt Rocks, called Takeshima in Japan and Dokdo in South Korea.
The new Army helmets will have a 24 percent lighter build. That means nearly 1 pound less weight on soldiers' heads.
B-1B bombers and the USS Colombus nuclear submarine were the latest U.S. military assets deployed to South Korea as part of a massive joint military exercise.
In 2015, only four out of 89 cases brought indictments against suspects of violence.
The move will be Tokyo's biggest show of naval force in the region since World War II.
The actor was promoting his film 'Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer.'
Elite forces freed 32 people imprisoned by the extremist group in Helmand province.
China has sent civilian visitors to the Paracel Islands, which Vietnam claims sovereignty over.
The British foreign secretary made a quick-stop visit to Israel and the West Bank.
The attackers were reportedly wearing white doctors' coats.
Yasir al Silmi was held at the detention center from 2002 to 2009.
The defense minister said the government must state intention not to impose sovereignty in West Bank.
Moving from political art to political business venture, artist offers guests "worst view in the world."
Leader of the Zionist Union Party Isaac Herzog condemned a rise in threats directed at Jewish centers and schools across America.
Sheldon Adelson owns a newspaper in Israel and is a key donor to Benjamin Netanyahu.
The would-be attacker's explosives, hidden in his underwear, failed to explode.