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Iraq's Shiite Muslim militias are being supported by Iranian forces that have crossed the border, and are now reportedly commanding the battle.
John Kerry will hold talks on Iran's nuclear program with his French, German and British counterparts in Paris, a US official says, as negotiations over a deal gather pace.
The apparent disintegration of a key Syrian rebel group has dealt a major blow to US efforts to build up a force of moderate fighters to take on the Islamic State group.
Benjamin Netanyahu has declared that the deal being negotiated between world powers and Iran will leave Tehran free to develop nuclear weapons.
Tony Abbott has confirmed that Australia is boosting its commitment to the fight against Islamic State in Iraq.
Australia is expected to announce 300 extra soldiers will be sent to Iraq to help train forces fighting Islamic State.
The mother of Islamic State executioner 'Jihadi John' is said to have recognised him from the first murderous video he appeared in.
Mohammed Emwazi went to the UK's University of Westminster, and it has emerged other jihadi fighters killed overseas also went there.
Iraqi troops and militia backed by aircraft have pounded jihadists in and around Tikrit in the biggest offensive yet to retake one of the Islamic State's main strongholds.
John Kerry has warned Israel's prime minister against publicly revealing details of an Iran nuclear deal that world powers are in the process of negotiating.
The Prime Minister has insisted he's only sending a modest force to Iraq. But we're actually contributing far more soldiers per capita than any of our allies, even the United States.
The Iraqi army and Shi'ite militias have for weeks been closing in on Tikrit, a main IS stronghold in the country, and now they hope to retake the city.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is on his way to Washington on a visit that's straining his country's close relations with the United States.
It's been revealed the man identified as 'Jihadi John' contemplated suicide after dealing with British security services.
Syrian rebel forces in Aleppo have rejected UN envoy Staffan de Mistura's plan for a freeze in fighting in the divided northern city, dealing a blow to his peace efforts.
Security footage appears to show three British girls, believed to be heading for Syria to join Islamic State (IS) militants, waiting at a bus station in Istanbul.
A terrorism expert and the Labour Party say sending troops into Iraq is giving the terrorists what they want.
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