Some of the stolen weapons were used in a shooting in November that killed two Americans and three others at a police training facility in Amman.
Turkish authorities banned Istanbul's annual pride event this year, and police detained 19 people and fired tear gas at those who attempted to march anyway.
By VICE News
Afghan security forces launched a counterattack after the militants killed and abducted civilians in a province near the border with Pakistan.
After nearly five weeks of fighting, Iraqi forces recaptured the last district held by Islamic State militants in the city of Fallujah.
Three US citizens were either charged with or convicted of attempting to join the militant group on Tuesday.
By VICE News
The bystander was shot as Israeli troops chased after Palestinian assailants responsible for a petrol bomb and stone attack on a highway between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem that injured civilians.
By Adam Hamze
An estimated 65.3 million people have been forced to flee their homes due to violence and conflict, according to a new report by the UN's refugee agency.
Iraqi government-run camps struggled on Sunday to shelter people fleeing Fallujah, as the military battled Islamic State militants in the city's northern districts.
By Tess Owen
The two days of protests and violence came as Istanbul's governor announced said that both Trans Pride and next weekend's Gay Pride celebrations will be banned this year, citing security concerns.
Turkey, a major sponsor of groups fighting to topple Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, has closed its borders to Syrian refugees.
Rebels have said in the past that their attacks on the Kurdish-held Sheikh Massoud neighborhood were in response to attempts by Kurdish militiamen to cut the only road into rebel-held Aleppo.
More than 50 State Department officials have signed a memo sharply criticizing the Obama Administration's policy in the Syrian civil war.
The advance comes four weeks into a US-backed offensive to recapture Fallujah from the militant group.
By Justin Ling
The hacker shared the personal information of thousands of Americans with the Islamic State, who added them to a 'kill list.'
The accusations were made in a UN report, based on interviews with dozens of survivors, saying that the Islamist militants had been seeking to destroy the Yazidi population through killings, sexual slavery, and other crimes.
Someone is targeting Islamic State assets online. Lots of the self-proclaimed caliphate's fanboys have been warning each other that it could be a trap.
A Bahraini court ordered the suspension of the country's main opposition group al-Wefaq on Tuesday in what appeared to be an escalating campaign against dissent in the Western-allied Gulf Arab kingdom.
By Adam Hamze
Abd al-Qader founded a news outlet that reported fearlessly on IS. Now, the people who killed his brother and a colleague are after him—even in Turkish exile.
Iraq said on Monday it had made arrests as it investigates allegations that Shiite militiamen helping the army retake Fallujah had executed dozens of Sunni Muslim men fleeing the city held by Islamic State.