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Bennett meets with Trump envoy in the White House
Education Minister sits down with special White House envoy Jason Greenblatt as Trump administration looks to define its policy on Israel.



Watch: Haredi soldier fights back against extremist
Extremist in Meah Sharim gets more than he bargained for when he harasses haredi soldier.



Extremists call for death of officer over haredi enlistment
Haredi extremists place leaflets praying for the death of officer involved in haredi enlistment outside his parents' house.



Haredi parties: No to early elections
Shas, UTJ announce they will oppose any efforts to initiate early elections amid polling suggesting Yesh Atid would defeat Likud.



Watch: Anti-Israel protesters block entrance at AIPAC conference
Pro-Arab protesters congregate outside of 2017 AIPAC conference, chant anti-Israel slogans.



'This school invites the spilling of soldiers' blood'
IDF soldiers and veterans protest outside school whose students participated in project depicting Israeli soldiers as war criminals.



Bomb threat at Texas JCC
Dallas JCC evacuated due to bomb threat received after US-Israeli suspect in mass bomb threats arrested.



'The embassy will be moved to Jerusalem - quietly'
Chairman of Republicans Overseas Israel says President Trump will keep campaign promise to relocate US Embassy, but without fanfare.



Trump supporters attacked in southern California
Fight breaks out at pro-Trump march in southern California after anti-Trump protesters use pepper spray on marchers.



Arkansas legislature passes anti-BDS legislation
Arkansas state legislature passes a law that prohibits state agencies from contracting with or investing in companies that boycott Israel.

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'No progress' during NI talks, Adams says
Sinn Fein says Northern Ireland political talks have run their course and they don't intend to nominate a deputy first minister.

England 2-0 Lithuania
Jermain Defoe scores his first international goal since 2013 as England labour to victory over Lithuania to edge closer to World Cup 2018 qualification.

London attack: Man, 30, arrested in Birmingham
The 30-year-old was detained by police in Birmingham on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts.

Two teenagers found dead at Saltburn cliff named
The 17-year-olds were found by police at Huntcliff in Saltburn on Friday evening.

Russia protests: Opposition leader Navalny and hundreds others arrested
Alexei Navalny is one of at least 500 people detained in anti-corruption protests across Russia.

Merkel set for success in Saarland bellwether vote for Germany
Exit polls say her Christian Democrats comfortably saw off a challenge by the Social Democrats.

Bradley Lowery: Terminally ill Sunderland fan appears as England mascot
Terminally ill five-year-old Bradley Lowery leads out the England team at Wembley for Sunday's World Cup qualifier against Lithuania.

Jeremy Hunt 'sorry' NHS 111 call did not spot boy's sepsis
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt addressed a memorial service for William Mead who died aged one.

Miami Open: Johanna Konta finds form to beat Pauline Parmentier and reach last 16
Britain's Johanna Konta beats Pauline Parmentier of France in straight sets to reach the fourth round at the Miami Open.

Farage: Carswell should face by-election after quitting UKIP
The former UKIP leader says he will write to every house in Clacton to ask if they want another vote.

Lewis Hamilton believes he can beat Sebastian Vettel to world title
Lewis Hamilton says he is confident he can beat Sebastian Vettel to the world title this year despite defeat at the Australian Grand Prix.

Drone video shows Merseyside blast destruction
Drone footage shows the extent of the destruction after a suspected gas explosion on Merseyside. Two people were seriously injured and 32 others hurt.

Mosul offensive: Iraq denies air strike caused civilian deaths
The Iraqi military blames so-called Islamic State booby-traps for residents' deaths.

Article 50: Brexit deal must meet six tests, says Labour
Labour says it will vote against any deal that does not include a a strong relationship with the EU.

Hong Kong escalator malfunction injures dozens
Dozens of people are injured when an escalator at a Hong Kong shopping centre malfunctions.

Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds: Fans say goodbye at public service
A Hollywood memorial service celebrates the lives of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds.

'We should not be the most backward country on maternity pay'
BBC News asked women how they had coped financially while they were on maternity leave.

The place where children can be very unlucky with their names
Spare a thought for those who are given troublesome names. In Zambia, Chris Haslam came across some very surprising choices.

Why it's hard to be Kevin in France - and other stories
The trouble with being called Kevin in France, and other stories you may have missed in the past seven days.

Yemen conflict: How my country has changed
Two years on from the start of the Saudi-led offensive, the BBC's Mai Noman returns to her home country.

Canadian composer turns Pink Floyd's The Wall into an opera
The Opera de Montreal is taking the rock out of “rock opera” with its ambitious interpretation of Pink Floyd’s classic double album, The Wall.

Hendrix, Prince, Bowie: Making faces from music
Collage artist Hayato Takano creates portraits of famous musicians using only sheet music.

Need a hug? Some of the week’s nicer news
Here's your weekly round-up of the more heart-warming news stories.

Bedtime nightmare: Will clock change ruin kids’ sleep?
Research is under way to determine how clock changes affect children's sleep patterns.

EU summit: My part in the Treaty of Rome signing
How, as a cub reporter, the BBC's long-serving foreign correspondent witnessed the EEC's creation.

Return to East Timor: 'I've been brought back from the dead'
Alberto Mohamed returns to East Timor to find his family after 32 years.

Freed from IS tyranny, Mosul Sunnis fear for the future
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen inside Mosul explains the challenges Iraq will face when IS are defeated.

London attack: The path from violent crime to killer
Westminster attacker Khalid Masood had a history of violence, but how typical is his past of those who go on to carry out acts of terror?

Your pictures: My Garden
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "My Garden".

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