Additional man killed in shooting police are reluctant to label hate crime.
The Associated Press
'This is an American presidential candidate who is saying this. What he says is based on facts,' Lebanese terror group's leader says.
After two months of heavy fighting, Syria Democratic Forces free hundreds of civilians ISIS used as human shields, in the biggest defeat for the extremist group in Syria since July 2015.
Turkish prosecutor claims the failed coup was staged by the Islamic cleric and requests his arrest prior to the submission of a formal extradition request.
Some three dozen demonstrators brave Egypt's protest ban, saying they are being treated as second-class citizens in the Muslim-majority country.
Dozens wounded in attacks on Phuket, Surat Thani, Hua Hin and Trang; Thai police detain two men for questioning, say no link to Islamic terrorism.
Turkish prosecutors accuse HDP head Selahattin Demirtas and a party legislator of engaging in 'propaganda for a terror organization' based on speeches allegedly praising PKK.
After Putin promises counter measures following clashes in northern Crimea, which Ukraine denies, Russia's prime minister says Moscow could break diplomatic ties with Kiev.
Referring to the beachwear as 'the uniform of extremist Islamism,' the resort's mayor says the clothing 'could create risks of trouble to public order' amid France's terror wave.
Asked how he planned to reverse Clinton's advantage, the GOP presidential candidate said he simply planned to do 'the same thing I'm doing right now.'