Suspect in 1996 Khobar Towers bombing arrested
Man is one of 13 people named in a 2001 indictment in Alexandria, Virginia, in connection with bombing.
by AP
Syrian rebels: Turkey tipped al Qaida group to U.S.-trained fighters
Humiliating blow to the Obama administration’s plans for confronting the Islamic State.
by Mitchell Prothero

Train shooter frogmarched into a Paris court
Investigators had just hours left to decide whether to charge or release him.
by Simon Tomlinson
ISIS Publishes Images of Palmyra Temple Destruction
Temple dedicated to a Semitic deity was built nearly 2,000 years ago.
by AFP

U.S. Protects Afghan Opium Fields From Taliban Attack
Taliban had previously outlawed opium cultivation.
by Kurt Nimmo
US 'most vulnerable' to ISIS terror attack using tunnel network
Smuggling tunnels could be exploited by ISIS.
by Andre Mitchell

London Schoolgirl 'radicalised' by Parents' IS Propaganda Must be Removed from Home, Judge Rules
“Deceitful parents” must be removed from her home for her own safety, a judge has said.
by Evening Standard

ISIS beheads 82-year-old archaeologist in Palmyra, Syrian official says
Captors had been looking for information about where the town’s treasures had been hidden.
by Fox News
Melbourne man to stand trial for funding terror
Man accused of paying $12,000 to fund travel to Syria and Turkey.
by AAP

Feds Still Shrugging People Onto Terrorist Watchlists Based On Hunches
Watchlists continue to swell without oversight.
by Tim Cushing
Saudi Charity Head Accused of Funding Al-Qaeda Prior to 9/11 Terrorist Attacks Granted Immunity
Accused in a 9/11 lawsuit of supporting Al-Qaeda before the terrorist attacks.
by Noel Brinkerhoff

Libya could become new Somalia – Italian foreign minister
“Time is limited, particularly now that IS in Sirte has become alarming.”
by RT

Under Egypt President Sisi, Anti-Terrorism Law Allows Crackdown On Suspected Militants
Critics say law will be used to crack down on dissent.
by Elizabeth Whitman
Pakistani Counter-terrorism Official Killed in Suicide Blast
Authorities said the bombing was a retaliatory strike, although no militant group immediately claimed responsibility.
by Aoun Sahi