Three Israelis have been killed and several wounded in a stabbing and car ramming attack in the occupied West Bank.
The military said the Palestinian assailant had been shot dead.
Yolande Knell reports from Jerusalem.
According to the Israeli army, the 18-year-old Palestinian stabbed Israelis by a settlement industrial park and a petrol station.
He then fled the scene and caused a car accident on a nearby road with a stolen vehicle.
The attack comes just hours before Israel swears in a new parliament with far-right politicians poised to be members of the cabinet promising a crackdown on Palestinian violence.
The United Nations says that measured as a monthly average, this has been the deadliest year for Palestinians in the West Bank, since its records began in 2005.
Kenya's former President Uhuru Kenyatta is visiting the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo to assess the security situation.
He's meeting people who fled the fighting between government troops and M23 rebels.
Mr Kenyatta has been holding talks with the Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi in a bid to end the conflict and resolve tensions with Rwanda which is accused of supporting the rebels.
The Taliban in Afghanistan have expressed regret over the killing of a Pakistani soldier at a border crossing on Sunday.
The group said they had formed a team to investigate the incident that had raised tensions at the Chaman crossing.
Pakistani officials closed the border after the incident.
They said the assailant had come from Afghanistan and demanded that he be handed over.
Climate activists in Vienna have thrown a black, oily liquid over a painting by Gustav Klimt.
Videos online showed a man emptying the fluid over the picture “Death and Life” in the Leopold Museum.
One of the activists also appeared to stick himself to the protective glass pane covering the artwork.
The museum says it's not yet clear if the painting underneath has been damaged.
That's the latest world news from the BBC.