Four Inmates Dead After 'Stabbing Incident' at Private Prison in Oklahoma
Several stabbings reportedly happened in quick succession while inmates at Oklahoma's Cimaron Correctional Facility were being let out into an exercise yard.
Israeli Police Use Stun Grenades and Tear Gas on Palestinians at Jerusalem Holy Site
A group of Palestinian protesters barricaded themselves inside Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa mosque compound in an effort to disrupt visits from Jewish worshipers before Rosh Hashana.
Saudi-led Airstrikes Reportedly Hit a Wake and a Children’s Hospital in Yemen
After a rebel missile attack killed dozens of soldiers on Friday, the Saudi-led coalition retaliated by bombing multiple sites across Yemen.
Turkish Authorities Arrest Dutch Journalist for the Second Time This Year
Veteran Dutch reporter Fréderike Geerdink was detained on Sunday by authorities in southeastern Turkey while she covered a Kurdish opposition group.
Neo-Nazis Tried to Crash a Welcome Party for Migrants and Refugees in Germany
Members of a far-right group shouted anti-immigrant slogans as volunteers gathered at a train station Dortmund to welcome migrants and refugees with help and supplies.
Boko Haram Massacres 56 in Nigeria Despite Progress Against Terror Group
Officials trumpeted the arrest of 14 Boko Haram suspects across the country over the last two months, just as the insurgency killed 56 people in a village in Borno State.
Islamic State Claims to Mint Gold Coins in Effort to Drive US to Financial Ruin
The militant group released a lengthy propaganda video that purportedly shows a new currency being minted from gold, silver, and copper.
Activists Reject Claims That Black Lives Matter Led to Shooting of Houston Deputy
The apparent lack of motive in the murder of a sheriff’s deputy in suburban Houston on Saturday led law enforcement officials to speculate that protests against police brutality may have been a factor.
US Says Evidence Suggests the Islamic State Used Mustard Gas on Kurds in Iraq
Traces of sulfur mustard gas were reportedly found in mortars used by Islamic State fighters, and another possible chemical weapons attack was reported last week in Syria.
Lawyer Claims Train Gunman Planned Robbery and Is 'Dumbfounded' by Terror Allegations
The attorney for the 26-year-old Moroccan man says he merely planned on robbing passengers aboard the train in a desperate attempt to get money for food.
Syrian Regime Bombs Kill Dozens in Damascus Suburb for Second Week in a Row
One week after airstrikes hit a crowded market and killed 111 people in Douma, Syrian regime forces once again pummeled the city with missiles and bombs.
A Record 4,400 Migrants Were Rescued on the Mediterranean in a Single Day
People were saved from unseaworthy vessels in 22 separate operations as smugglers took advantage of ideal conditions to launch more boats than usual.