Science minister Ofir Akunis has called for Israel to start building more settlements in the West Bank.
Thousands of American prisoners have been protesting living and working conditions since September 9.
Makeshift installations seek to remind people that, 'In many cases they divided peoples' farms, they divided communities and parishes. Young people nowadays have never known of that.'
Around 1,500 pensioners marched against the austerity cuts demanded by international lenders.
Belgorod bus drivers spelled out a message to the Russian president with their vehicles.
The meeting took place just a week after the allies signed a record military aid deal.
A monitoring group said Benjamin Netanyahu is "the PM of one sector only—the settler sector."
The Belarusian delegation sided with its banned neighbours in Rio.
Dozens of demonstrators gathered for the 'wear what you want' event.
A group of farmers seek to make their grievances known with a tractor ride to the capital.
The "Yarovaya Law" could introduce the most sweeping snooping powers since Soviet times.
Demonstrators blocked traffic in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Nottingham.
Despite widespread fear leading up to the Republican convention in Cleveland, violence has not marred the event.
Baptist minister Evan Mawarire has been arrested for calling "stay at home protests."