Breaking:

  • Twelve new arrests in ongoing crackdown against Beitar Jerusalem fan club 'La Familia' (Haaretz)
  • Report: Explosion near migration office near Nuremberg, Germany (Reuters)
  • Pope says attacks shows "world is at war", religion not to blame (Reuters)
  • Turkey: 10,000 soldiers, 5,000 others detained over failed coup (Reuters)
  • Kremlin says allegations it hacked U.S. Democratic Party 'made-up horror stories' (Reuters)
  • Morocco says 52 suspected ISIS-inspired militants arrested, attacks foiled (Reuters)
  • At least 44 killed, dozens wounded in car bomb in Syria, state TV says (AP)
  • Turkish army says coup plotting soldiers account for 1,5 percent of military (Reuters)
  • At least 6 killed, 15 wounded by suicide bomber in Shi'ite neighborhood in Iraq's Baghdad (AP)
  • ISIS says Ansbach attacker fought for ISIS, Al-Qaida, Nusra Front before coming to Germany (AP)
  • ISIS claims responsibility for deadly attack on Syrian town (AP)
  • Heightened security at Geneva airport after anonymous phone call, officials say (Reuters)
  • Iran watchdog slates next presidential election for May 2017 (AP)
  • IDF: Palestinian killed near Hebron overnight was assailant who killed West Bank rabbi (Haaretz)
  • Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says glass ceiling was broken at DNC vote (Haaretz)

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