• Belgian police mount raid south of Brussels, local media reports (Reuters)
  • Saudi Arabia to execute more than 50 convicted of terrorism, local media say (Reuters)
  • Head of the Coptic church makes first-ever visit to Israel (Haaretz)
  • Iraqi forces cut last ISIS supply line into Ramadi by retaking bridge (Reuters)
  • Morocco arrests three suspected Islamic State militants (Reuters)
  • Saudis says military option in Syria still viable (Reuters)
  • Putin says Turkish leadership is deliberately dragging Russia-Turkey relations into dead end (Reuters)
  • 1 killed, several seriously injured in bus crash in Kochav Hashahar, West Bank (Haaretz)
  • Report: Saudis imposes sanctions on 12 senior Hezbollah figures for involvement in terrorism (Reuters)
  • Britain's Cameron says now time for decision to extend British air strikes to Syria (Reuters)
  • Report: Syrian Army, Hezbollah kill person involved Beirut attacks during joint operation (Reuters)
  • German lawmakers to discuss support for France in ISIS fight (Reuters)
  • Italian premier pledges to fight terrorism alongside France (AP)
  • Turkey’s EU minister: Friendly ties between Russia and Turkey to be maintained (Reuters)
  • North and South Korean officials meet at border to discuss improved ties (AP)
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