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IAEA seeks detonator clarification from Tehran

Iran may seal border with Pakistan

Former US diplomat warns of possible 'grave mistake' in Syria

Iran claimed to have watered down over 440 pounds of enriched uranium pursuant to its agreement with world powers, and offered to redesign the Arak heavy water reactor to reduce plutonium output. Tehran criticized the US decision that applied Iran sanctions law to seize a Manhattan skyscraper and sell the assets. A Senate bill that withholds US visa approval for any UN nominee who has been involved in terrorism was signed into law yesterday, impeding the appointment of Hamid Aboutalebi, Iran's proposed ambassador to the UN, who is linked to the 1979 hostage crisis.

ISIS' 'Diyala Division' lauds foreign suicide bombers, including Dane

The Diyala Division praised 26 suicide bombers, including foreign fighters from Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Tajikistan, Chechnya, and Denmark.

Hamas' growing rivalry with Islamic Jihad

Islamic Jihad members push for internal reform

Rebel videos show first US-made rockets in Syria

Iran's one-stop shop for US Army gear

Iran steps up pace of executions as it courts West

Muslim Shrine Stands as a Crossroads in Syria's Unrest

Khamenei: Iran will never give up its nuclear program

US allows Boeing airplane component sales to Iran

Hezbollah reorganizes ranks in light of leaks

Apocalyptic prophecies drive both sides to Syrian battle for end of time

Converging Interests May Lead to Cooperation Between Israel and Gulf States

Syrian Kurds blame Iran, Turkey for ISIS attacks

NATO: Merchant ship shot at in Strait of Hormuz

Counting the Cost in Arsal

Al Qaeda spokesman convicted on terrorism charges

A New York jury has convicted Sulaiman Abu Ghaith on terrorism charges. In the weeks following 9/11, he became infamous for his threats against America. During questioning by the FBI in 2013, Abu Ghaith admitted he knew a Guantanamo detainee who is still in custody.