**Ordinary Americans Outnumber Foreigners in NSA Spy Sweep**
A report in a major U.S. newspaper says when the National Security Agency intercepted the online accounts of legally targeted foreigners over a four-year period, the agency also collected the conversations of nine times as many ordinary Internet users, both Americans and non-Americans.
The Washington Post, in a story posted on its website late Saturday, says nearly half of the surveillance files contained names, email addresses or other details the NSA marked as belonging to U.S. citizens or residents.
The huge trove of intercepted documents was provided to the Post by former NSA analyst Edward Snowden, who fled the United States and is now living in Russia.
The newspaper says there were "discoveries of considerable intelligence value" in the intercepted messages, including revelations about a secret overseas nuclear project, double-dealing by "an ostensible ally," an unfriendly power's military calamity, and the identities of aggressive intruders into U.S. computer networks.
Officials in Washington have made no immediate comment about the report.
**Israel Strikes 10 Sites that Palestinians have launched rockets into Israel**
Israel says it carried out airstrikes Sunday on 10 sites in the Gaza Strip. The early morning operation targeted sites where the Israeli army says Palestinians have launched rockets into Israel.
Clashes between Israeli police and Palestinian protesters have been ongoing for several days in East Jerusalem and other towns. Tensions have been high since three Israeli teenagers were abducted from the West Bank in June and were later found dead. Israel blames the militant group Hamas for the kidnappings and murders.
The Palestinian attorney general says an autopsy on an Arab teenager killed in a suspected revenge attack shows he was burned to death. The charred body was found in a Jerusalem forest Wednesday about an hour after he was forced into a car by kidnappers.