Announcement comes after Ahmed al-Menhali was detained at gunpoint while wearing a traditional white kandura in Ohio as a result of ISIS-related profiling.
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The attacker, who died in the blast, detonated his explosives near the American diplomatic site in the western city; security guards suffered minor injuries.
In total, close to 30 have been detained; no one has claimed responsibility, though Turkish officials presume it an ISIS-related attack
Two separate blasts come after sundown in a crowded commercial area; deadliest of the attacks is one of the worst single bombings in Iraq over more than a decade.
French President Francois Hollande lauds Wiesel as a 'tireless defender of peace'; World Jewish Congress' Ronald S. Lauder says the Nobel laureate's death is the loss of 'the most articulate witness to history's greatest crime.'
After a number of suicide attacks hit the border region between Lebanon and Syria, Hezbollah blamed ISIS for the attacks.
According to a campaign spokesperson, 'she is pleased to have had the opportunity to assist the Department of Justice in bringing this review to a conclusion,' adding that she will not comment further on her interview.
Iran does not recognize Israel and has marked al-Quds day since the start of its 1979 Islamic revolution. Iran says the day is an occasion to express support for the Palestinians and emphasize the importance of Jerusalem for Muslims.
James Medina indicted on a charge of attempting to damage religious property. He was charged in May with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction.
According to reports, a strike on June 25 killed ISIS's deputy war minister, Basim Muhammad Ahmad Sultan al-Bajari, and a military commander.