Islam Times - The US National Security Agency (NSA) has snooped on several key Brazilian government officials, including President Dilma Rousseff, new WikiLeaks documents show.
Islam Times - Democratic US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says she is hopeful the United States can reach a “strong verifiable deal” with Iran over its nuclear program by Tuesday deadline.
Islam Times - The Takfiri ISIL terrorist group has released a new gruesome video which purportedly shows mass execution of 25 Syrian soldiers in the ancient city of Palmyra.
Islam Times - The 2016 US presidential candidates are actively expressing their unconditional support for Israel in order to attract more campaign funding from the influential Zionist lobby in the US, a journalist and political commentator in Toronto says.
Islam Times - The US government was eavesdropping not only on German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her cabinet, but also on Germany's free press under the cover of US national security, according to a new report.
Islam Times - Senator John McCain has criticized a White House plan to withdraw all American troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2016.
Islam Times - The Tunisian government has declared a state of emergency just over a week after a deadly terrorist attack near the country’s coastal city of Sousse claimed the lives of dozens of people, mostly foreign tourists.
Islam Times - Russia has announced its readiness to provide Saudi Arabia with Iskander tactical missile systems, a Russian official says.
Islam Times - The US Air Force’s aerobatic team, the Red Arrows have been forced to cancel their 4 July, Independence Day event at a UK military base over security fears in the country.
Islam Times - A Kuwaiti man has been arrested on “suspicion of terrorism” after taking a selfie.
Islam Times - Iran has denied a report claiming that it has reached tentative agreement with the P5+1 group of world countries on the removal of the sanctions against the Islamic Republic in the course of ongoing nuclear negotiations in the Austrian capital, Vienna.
Islam Times - Fewer people in the United States consider themselves to be "extremely proud" to be an American compared to a decade ago, according to a new survey.
Islam Times - Syrian armed forces and the fighters of Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah have made new gains in the border region of Qalamoun, tightening their siege on the militants operating in and around the town of Zabadani.
Islam Times - China’s army has kicked off “unprecedented” air and sea drills in the Yellow Sea, between the Korean Peninsula and China, a report says.
Islam Times - Republican presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz has called on the United States to withdraw from the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) after the body voted to condemn Israel’s assault on Gaza last summer.
Islam Times - The Afghan parliament has voted down President Ashraf Ghani’s second nominee for minister of defense, leaving the key position vacant after nine months as Taliban militants are pushing ahead with their attacks across the war-torn country.
Islam Times - A prominent Egyptian football player has lost his job after criticizing President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on Facebook over Cairo’s handling of rising militant attacks in the restive Sinai Peninsula.
Islam Times - A provincial prosecutor's office in Turkey has sought life imprisonment terms for four local prosecutors and a gendarmerie officer allegedly involved in searching Turkish Intelligence Service (MIT) trucks engaged in transporting weapons to foreign-backed militants in Syria.
Islam Times - Berlin has asked Washington to provide the “fastest possible clarification” after it was revealed that the US National Security Agency (NSA) has been spying on German ministries and cabinet ministers.
Islam Times - A Wisconsin man has been accused of threatening to kill President Barack Obama who was visiting the Badger State on Wednesday.