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Saudi Arabia: Preacher Banned for Saying Women Drivers Have Quarter the Brain of Men
The cleric said women become less intelligent than men when they go shopping.
Fighting in New York Breaks Out After Protesters Disrupt Turkish President Erdogan's Speech
Erdogan was speaking near Times Square when pro-Kurdish protesters got into a scuffle with men in suits.
ISIS Supporters Keep Giving Away Their Location By Posting Instagram Stories
Reams of geo-location data are being revealed via the photo-sharing app.
London Tube Bomb Was 'Packed With Shrapnel,' British Police Say
The bomb could have caused much more damage in the British capital if it had fully exploded.
Donald Trump Plans to Allow Special Forces, CIA to Target Low-Level Jihadis Outside War Zones
The president is set to roll back limits on strikes and commando raids imposed under Barack Obama.
Donald Trump Did Not Stop War on the Gulf Between Saudi Arabia and Qatar
Reports Tuesday suggested the president had stepped in to prevent military action.
Manafort Has A New Job: Helping The Kurdish Referendum, A Vote The U.S. Opposes
The former Trump campaign chairman remains at the center of investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Muslim Militants Planned Attack on Beer Festival: Malaysian Police
Malaysia's police chief said authorities had received information of plans by militants to "sabotage" the festival.
Women Vets Have More Than Double the Suicide Rate of Civilian Women
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released findings from its analysis of veteran suicide data across the U.S.
What Is The Islamic New Year? Muslim World Gears Up For Al-Hijra Holiday Amid Security Fears
The first day of the month of Muharram is set to begin on Thursday night.
Google Will Pay People to Fight ISIS From New Million Dollar 'Anti-Terror' Fund
Western governments have called on the search giant to do more to tackle extremist content.
'Game Over' for ISIS in Raqqa as U.S.-Backed Forces Near Liberation of Caliphate Capital
A monitoring group says an Arab-Kurdish coalition has almost taken the whole city.
Iran Publicly Hangs Man For Rape, Murder of Seven-Year-Old Girl
The execution of 42-year-old Esmail Jafarzadeh was shown in amateur video on the state broadcaster's website.
'Dead or Alive': President Trump Appears on Al-Qaeda Wanted Notice
The group called for followers to target Trump for his "crimes against Islam."
U.S. Denied Entry to Belgian Entrepreneurs Because They Live in Europe's 'Jihadi Capital,' Founder Claims
The Belgian Foreign Ministry had to intervene to get some of the men into the U.S.
ISIS Propaganda: U.S. Is The World’s Second-Biggest Audience For Online Jihadi Campaigns
That's more clicks than in Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Britain.
Hundreds of ISIS Women From America, Europe, Asia Will Be Expelled From Iraq, Along With Their Children
The 509 women and 813 children are from 13 countries across Europe, Asia and North America.
Women Will Train as Air Traffic Controllers in Saudi Arabia for First Time
It's all part of the country's bid to modernize under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's Vision 2030.
Malaysian Beer Festival Canceled After Protests from Islamist Party
Kuala Lumpur authorities reject the event that would have been in its sixth year.
Why Is Snapchat Banning Al-Jazeera's Snaps in Saudi Arabia?
A Gulf rift has extended to social media, and the photo-sharing platform has found itself in the middle.
Nuclear Deal: Iran Supreme Leader Khamenei Threatens Trump With Islamic Republic's Wrath
Tehran will react strongly to any "wrong move" by Washington on the landmark agreement, the ayatollah said.
First Images of London Bomb Suspect Yahyah Farroukh Emerge
Police arrested the suspect, the second to be probed under counterterror laws over Friday's bomb, in west London on Saturday.
Trump Condemned by British Officials After 'Unhelpful' Parsons Green Bomb Tweets
"I never think it's helpful for anyone to speculate," Prime Minister Theresa May said.
Parsons Green Blast: What We Know About London Subway Explosion
The incident, which police are treating as an act of terrorism, left 18 people injured.
London Blast: Trump Calls for Internet to Be 'Cut Off' Because of 'Loser Terrorists'
The president was quick to condemn the attack on a London subway train.