Police investigating this week's deadly explosion at Bangkok's Erawan Shrine still are looking for a man they believe was the bomber, but now believe three other people seen near him on surveillance video weren't involved, a senior police spokesman said.
Israeli leaders planned to attack military targets in Iran in recent years, but they were held back due to the opinions of other government and military leaders, according to an audio recording leaked to an Israeli television broadcaster.
Democrats have picked up enough congressional support for the Iran nuclear deal that they are now hoping not merely to sustain any White House veto of a resolution rejecting the agreement but also to prevent the resolution from even reaching the President's desk.
Fragments from an ISIS mortar fired on Kurdish forces near Makhmour, Iraq, earlier this month tested positive for sulfur mustard agent during a field test conducted by the U.S. military, Brigadier General Kevin Killea, chief of staff for operations for the international coalition against ISIS, told reporters at the Pentagon Friday.
Passengers helped apprehend a suspect armed with an automatic firearm and a bladed weapon who injured three people on a high-speed train in northern France, authorities for the government and the railway company said Friday.