Authorities previously said human error caused the January crash, which killed 176 people. The international community wants more information.
- by Louisa Loveluck and Amanda Coletta
Israel has become a cautionary tale and potential catastrophe.
- by Zev Chafets
Russia and China abstained from the resolution, which appeared to satisfy no council member and led to harsh recriminations among them.
- by Karen DeYoung
Turkey's top administrative court ruled to annul a 1934 decree that turned the historic Hagia Sophia into a museum.
- by Angeliki Koutantou
The retaliatory missile attacks Iran launched against US bases in Iraq five days later were also "completely outside the scope of what is permissible" in international law.
- by Nick Cumming-Bruce
The virus has returned, with cases increasing faster than ever, and gatherings where people "hug each other; they sing and they dance" are being blamed.
- by Steve Hendrix
The Ofek 16 'increases our ability to act against Israel’s enemies', Netanyahu said.
- by Campbell MacDiarmid and James Rothwell
Channel 13 TV cut nearly 40 journalists' jobs at the weekend citing cost-cutting, but the inclusion of prominent journalist Barak Ravid among them has raised eyebrows.
Officials first downplayed the fire as an incident affecting a shed, but now say it has hampered the country's nuclear enrichment capabilities.
- by Parisa Hafezi