conflict and war
Turkey jails 17 over Istanbul airport attack
The arrests bring the total number of people jailed pending trial to 30 over the triple suicide bombing at Ataturk Airport, which killed 45 people and wounded hundreds.
Blast outside US consulate in Jeddah kills bomber, wounds two policemen
A suicide bomber was killed in the blast near the US consulate in Saudi Arabia's second city of Jeddah early on Monday, the first bombing in years to attempt to target foreigners in the kingdom.
Thousands Flee As Islamic State Offensive Threatens Syrian Rebel Supply Route Near Turkish Border
Friday's advance was the biggest by Islamic State in Aleppo province for two years, bringing the jihadists to within 3 miles of Azaz, a town near the border with Turkey through which anti-government insurgents have been supplied.
US Commandos Are Fighting the Islamic State on the Frontlines in Syria
The American troops were photographed and videotaped on the frontlines of a Kurdish-led offensive against the Islamic State in Syria.
Notorious Iranian General Makes Cameo as Iraqis Push to Retake Fallujah From the Islamic State
Iranian Revolutionary Guard Commander Qassem Suleimani made an appearance with Iraqi Shiite militias outside Fallujah as the UN warned that as many as 10,000 civilians remain trapped inside the Islamic State-held town.