A massive explosion rocked a square in central Istanbul, killing and wounding many, possibly due to a suicide bomber.
The teen terrorist who stabbed a Jewish teacher in Marseille told police he did it for Da'esh (ISIS).
It is not clear if the blown up money was in US dollars, euros, or local dinars.
Turkey has barred the entry of more than 35,000 immigrants from more than 120 countries, for fear of their connections to ISIS.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif accused the Saudi government of attacking Iran's embassy in Sana'a, Yemen.
A Negev Bedouin high school teacher gets 4 years in prison for planning to join Da'esh (ISIS).
Masked gunmen opened fire at a Cairo hotel near the Giza pyramids; two Israeli tourists were there.
Abbas appears more depressed than angry, more desperate than hopeful.
According to Bahraini security, Hezbollah's Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah gave the cell $20,000.
ISIS terrorists learn how to recondition missiles and other weapons at "Jihadi University."
There are between 10 and 16 million Copts in Egypt.
Oman has cultivated friendly relations with Iran, apart from the rest of the Gulf states.
Kuwait has joined those who recalled their ambassadors from Iran over the crisis with Saudi Arabia.
Bahrain, UAE and Sudan have all followed Saudi Arabia's lead and severed diplomatic ties with Iran.
The IDF fired back with artillery.
The Muslim Middle East continues unraveling: Saudis cut relations with Iran, Iranians torch Saudi Embassy
“This execution was very shocking,” Nasrallah said, suggesting the Saudis were sending the Islamic world “a message in blood with the swords, with beheadings.”
In September, Israel reopened its embassy in Cairo, four years after it was torched by a crowd of protesters.
Iran vented its fury on Saudi Arabia by allowing "protesters" to destroy its embassy in Tehran over the execution of a Shiite cleric.
Russia bans firms from hiring Turkish citizens; Turkish hackers breach a Russian minister's Instagram account.