U.S. says Iran's banking system is a major money laundering operation, so US is giving it access to US dollars. Huh?
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Turkish President Erdogan's security team sadly proved the barbaric names his administration has earned.
One of the scenarios the drill simulated was the hijacking of a civilian Israeli vessel by the Islamic State (ISIS).
Last week Russian Deputy Defense Minister Nikolay Pankov said that Russian forces would continue delivering airstrikes at terrorists in Syria.
IDF personnel demolished the Hebron family home of Genady Kaufman's killer.
Syrian Pres. Assad still thinks he can build a unity government, but the US and Russia agree he's got to go for unity to start.
US Secy of State John Kerry met "briefly" in Washington with his Egyptian counterypart and with Turkey's president, but said little of substance.
Despite his professed friendship with the late Israeli prime minister Yizthak Rabin, Patrick Leahy is possibly the most vehemently anti-Israeli Senator.
EgyptAir hijacker is asking for political asylum in Cyprus. It's still not known if there's a bomb on board.
Turkish intelligence is warning that ISIS is actively planning to target Jewish children in an "imminent" attack.
"The position of the United Nations has not changed," a UN spokesman said. "He has not and will not take sides on the issue of Jerusalem."
Israel appears to take seriously reports of an imminent attack by ISIS on Jewish children in Turkey.
Israel counter-terrorism bureau has warned Israelis to leave Turkey immediately due to a concrete terror threat.
Although surface-to-air missiles are new to Al Qaeda in Yemen, they've been in use by the terror group elsewhere for years.
The Fatah–Hamas conflict of 2006–07, a.k.a. the Palestinian Civil War, resulted in 600 deaths and the split of the PA in 2007.
In less than a year of ISIS control, the group destroyed countless archaeological treasures in the ancient city.
Interpol is deeply involved in dismantling the tightly woven terrorist network that threatens Europe.
Abdullah said Putin's decision to enter the conflict in Syria was reached in response to a plea from the head of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.
Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam is refusing to cooperate with Belgian officials and now wants to return to France.