Iran's president cites candidate's behavior in presidential debates as proof that there is 'no morality in that country.'
Middle East News
After meeting with U.S. defense secretary in Baghdad, Iraq's prime minister rejects Turkish participation in campaign to oust Islamic State from stronghold.
Identity of service member and exact location of incident remains unknown.
General says U.S.-trained forces retake town, where ISIS militants unleashed at least nine suicide truck bombs.
Insurgents say the goal of Moscow and Assad is to empty rebel-held areas of civilians so they can take over the whole city.
Turkish army says around 180 Kurdish militants killed in over 20 airstrikes, highlighting the conflicting agendas of NATO allies Ankara and Washington.
The Islamic Republic's air force, comprised largely of U.S.-made jets obtained before the 1979 revolution, is particularly weak compared to Iran's Gulf Arab rivals.
In final presidential debate, Donald Trump insists the effort to recapture Mosul was launched because Clinton is 'running for the office of president, and they want to look tough. They want to look good.'
Protest leaders are calling on the Jordanian public to turn off the lights in their homes for an hour in objection to an agreement to import gas from what they call 'occupied territory.'
Comment comes as Ankara is locked in fierce row with Baghdad over who should take part in U.S.-backed assault, expected to begin in October.