When the London Summer Olympics get under way on Friday, Mitt Romney plans to be there. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee expects to attend the opening ceremonies. Then he's making some quick campaign stops in Israel and Poland.
At the UN's General Assembly, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used a chart drawn in the shape of a fuse-bomb and sectioned according to various stages of uranium enrichment, to make his point against the danger of Iran's nuclear program.
There's long been concern that the conflict in Syria could spill over into neighboring countries. Monday, Syrian mortar shells landed in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. The World's Matthew Bell is in Jerusalem.
The violence between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants in Gaza escalated on Thursday. Meanwhile, the Israeli military is continuing to hit militant targets in Gaza. Anchor Aaron Schachter speaks with the BBC's Paul Danahar in Gaza for the latest.