A number of guests have been taken hostage and some reported killed after four gunmen attack the five start hotel in Kabul
Iranian Spy Cell in Germany Focused on Berlin Jewish Centers in Search for Potential Targets, Report Says
Sources says searches in members' apartments revealed they were spying on Jewish institutions; 'secret intelligence unit ascribed to Iran' arrested earlier this week
The defendants, Australian national Meliad Farah and Canadian national El Hajj Hassa - both also holders of Lebanese citizenship - remain at large for the 2012 attack and are being tried in absentia
One person was seriously injured after picking up an item that exploded, police say ■ more details coming soon
While reports of new demonstrations in the country have dropped due to a social media clampdown, reports that have emerged suggest public anger is not fading
Police were initially called to an apartment complex over a 'domestic disturbance'
Iran Protests: Day After Anti-government Rallies, Thousands of Iranians Show Support for Rohani in Tehran
The demonstration comes after two consecutive days of unauthorized protests against government corruption and Iran's ailing economy
Foreign Minister denies reports it is among ten countries planning to transfer embassies
Mohammed Juda, who's charging $3,500 per cub, says he needs $290 to $430 per day to feed the zoo's animals
Lorde axed her planned show in Tel Aviv after an open letter urged her to 'join the artistic boycott of Israel'