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France has Western Europe's largest Muslim and Jewish populations, and crises in the Middle East, like the one triggered by the Gaza offensive, often spill into France.
Israeli police have detained six Jewish suspects in the killing of Muhammed Abu Khudeir after some of the worst street unrest in a decade erupted in East Jerusalem.
The report also said that the teen, slain in an apparent revenge killing for the deaths of three Israeli teenagers, suffered wounds to the head.
July 1 is a public holiday and often draws Hong Kong residents airing grievances with Beijing. Many here are calling for a greater say in electing their leaders.
A car bomb in the town of Arsal on Friday revived fears of Syria's conflict spreading. In Lebanon's east, Syrian rebel fighters are targeting locals for extortion and assassination.
President Nicolás Maduro will meet today with opposition leaders in the presence of foreign mediators to seek a political solution to two months of often violent antigovernment protests.
Violence in Damascus intensified this weekend as mortar shells exploded near Damascus Opera House, on Sunday. Twenty-two people were injured by mortar fire on Saturday.
Maduro has done nothing to publicly discourage violence by pro-government militants, known as 'colectivos,' which are blamed for beatings and intimidation in multiple Venezuelan cities.
The Philippines and its largest Muslim rebel group, the Moro Islamic Liberation Front on Thursday signed a final peace pact, officially ending about 45 years of conflict that has killed more than 120,000 people in the country's south.
Two Venezuelans died from gunshot wounds during protests against Maduro, witnesses and local media said on Saturday.