Rights group report details 'scenes of horror' in ISIS-held Libyan city
CAIRO – A leading international rights group on Wednesday released a report documenting atrocities committed by Libya's Islamic State affiliate in the country's coastal city of Sirte, a stronghold of the militants.
Olympic officials: 31 athletes at Beijing games test positive in doping reanalysis
In a major doping crackdown stretching back eight years, 31 athletes in six sports were caught in retesting of samples from the 2008 Beijing Olympics and other positive cases could emerge from the 2012 London Games, the IOC said Tuesday.
Video: Gaza kids festival focuses on killing Israeli troops
Videos from an annual children's festival in Gaza showed kids celebrating the killing of Israeli troops, showing off makeshift tanks and plastic guns during quick skits.
The events apparently took place over the past month. One skit showed a child mock-stabbing two soldiers.
Boko Haram uses loans to attract new members
The Boko Haram terror group in Nigeria reportedly has chosen to offer cash loans in its effort to boost recruitment.
Iran carries out new ballistic missile test
Iran successfully test-fired a medium-range ballistic missile capable of striking U.S. forces in the region as well as Israel, the third such test since the nuclear agreement with Western nations took effect in January, multiple defense officials confirmed to Fox News.
Video purportedly shows battle in which Navy SEAL was killed
Footage has surfaced purporting to show a battle in northern Iraq pitting American, Kurdish and Assyrian forces against ISIS, during which a U.S. Navy SEAL was killed.
Navy boss: Russian jets should stop buzzing US planes, ship
Russian jets buzzing a U.S. military ship and planes in the Baltics are escalating tension between the two nations, the chief of naval operations said Monday.
"My hope is that we can stop this sort of activity," Adm. John M. Richardson told reporters at the Pentagon.
ISIS boosts attacks while losing territory in Iraq and Syria
Islamic State has increased its attacks in Iraq and Syria to the highest level since 2014, according to a report by IHS Janes.
The defence think tank says there were 891 attacks and 2,150 "non-militant" fatalities recorded in the first three months of this year.
Kim Jong Un reportedly launches missiles at random when US provokes him
North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un randomly fires off missiles whenever he gets upset about the United States’ demands, his father’s former sushi chef revealed Wednesday, as the country appeared to be gearing up for its next launch.
Pro-ISIS hackers release names, personal info of targeted State Dept. employees
A team of hackers supporting the Islamic State terror group announced Sunday it had stolen the names, phone numbers and other personal information of State Department employees, releasing some screenshots in a message vowing to "crush" the United States.
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