- N-talks extended for another 6 months
TEHRAN, Nov. 24 (MNA) – Iran, 5+1 intensive talks in Vienna have reportedly concluded with extension of the deadline until next July.
- Saudi Arabia says Islamic State ordered attack on Shi’ites in al-Ahsa
(Reuters) – Saudi Arabia has arrested the four main suspects in an attack on Shi’ite Muslims this month and believes it was ordered by Islamic State militants from abroad, the state news agency cited an Interior Ministry security spokesman as saying on Monday.
- Further sanctions on Iran could be counterproductive, White House says
(Reuters) – The White House said on Monday Iran should be given more time to answer concerns about its nuclear program and that imposing fresh sanctions on the Iranians could be counterproductive.
- Baghdad car bomb kills 8 people, fighting west of capital
(Reuters) – A car bomb exploded in a market in northern Baghdad’s Shaab neighborhood on Monday, killing eight people and wounding 22, police and medics said.
- Suspected Boko Haram militants attack Nigerian border town
(Reuters) – Suspected Boko Haram militants attacked a Nigerian border town in the restive northeast on Monday, setting fire to houses and killing an unknown number of people, witnesses and government sources said.
- Islamic State releases shocking video of training child soldiers to use AK-47s
Islamic State terrorist group allegedly released new video Entitled Race Towards Good, on social media showing the group training dozens of child soldiers from Kazakhstan.
- Toll rises to 57 as survivors tell of Afghan bombing
Survivors of a horrific suicide attack which killed 57 people at a volleyball game in eastern Afghanistan told today how the blast ripped through a crowd of spectators enjoying the final moments of the match.
- U.S., allies conduct 24 strikes on Islamic State in Iraq, Syria: CENTCOM
(Reuters) – The United States and its allies have conducted two dozen strikes against Islamic State militants since Friday, launching nine strikes in Syria and 15 strikes in Iraq, according to U.S. Central Command.
- Forces Backing Elected Libyan Government Take Town
Forces allied to Libya’s elected government seized a western mountain town after heavy airstrikes drove back rival militias on Monday, as warplanes also bombed Tripoli’s only functioning airport, killing two people, officials said.
- Floods Kill at Least 32 in Southern Morocco
Days of unusually heavy rain pounded Morocco’s south and unleashed deadly floods that killed 32 people, the Interior Ministry said Monday.