Last month, Iran reported a serious accident at its missile development site, where they were believed to be developing solid-fueled rockets. Now, in the wake of what is believed to be an accident, and anyone who knows otherwise isn't talking, some are saying it may have been a serious setback for Iran.
According to various media outlets, militant students are in the process of raiding the United Kingdom's embassy in Tehran. They've burnt the British flag, seized and burned documents and broken out windows.
For Al Jazeera, getting on cable and satellite systems in the United States has been a challenge. To combat that, the network is using social media to reach its audience.
The so-called "price tag" attacks are reprisals against Palestinians and Israelis they view as collaborating with the Palestinians by tearing down settlements that Israeli government considers to be illegal.
Syrian loyalists attacked embassies in Damascus over the weekend — retribution for those countries supporting an Arab League decision to suspend Syria over its violence against protesting citizens.
The International Atomic Energy Agency is expected to release a report soon that details Iran's efforts to develop explosives that focus all their energy inward, essentially only useful in building atomic weapons.
The Arab League and the government of Syria reached an agreement Thursday to end the bloody crackdown in that country — part of the Arab Spring protests.
With all U.S. troops set to leave Iraq by year's end, the U.S. Army is planning to transform a logistics base in Kuwait back into a base for combat force.
A magnitude 7.2 earthquake was reported near the Turkish-Iranian border Sunday afternoon Turkish time. The death toll is expected to rise into the hundreds or thousands.
Story by The Takeaway. Listen to audio above for full report. One suspect is in custody and another suspect is on the run — presumed to be