Turkish MPs back Iraq-Syria deployment
Posted: Friday, October 3, 2014
Islamic State: Turkish MPs back Iraq-Syria deployment
Turkey's parliament has backed a motion that could allow its military to enter Iraq and Syria to join the campaign against Islamic State (IS) militants.
ISIS Has Seized Over 350 Villages in Northern Syria in 16 Days
Militants 'a Few Hundred Yards' From Ayn al-Arab
Denmark votes to send jet fighters to Iraq
Belgian fighter planes flying over Baghdad for the first time
Cabinet nod for Iraq air combat, training
Judge rejects White House plea to keep Guantánamo force-feeding hearings secret
Judge Gladys Kessler dismissed the government’s argument that an open hearing would jeopardize national security
An FBI informant led hacks against 30 countries—now we know which ones
A Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) informant targeted more than two dozen countries in a series of high-profile cyberattacks in 2012. The names of many of those countries have remained secret, under seal by a court order—until now.