* Iran deal could stumble on sensitive nuclear monitoring Iran and the powers agreed that United Nations inspectors would have "enhanced" access to remaining nuclear activity in Iran, where they already monitor key sites. .
* Iran Deal Raises Concerns About Middle East Nuclear Proliferation Israel considered nuclear demonstration during Yom Kippur War.
* Ukraine sets sights on joining NATO Ukraine, locked in conflict with Russian-backed separatists in its east, on Thursday drew up a new security doctrine denouncing Russia's "aggression" and setting its sights on joining the U.S.-led NATO military alliance.
* Ayatollah Khamenei Accuses WH of 'Lying,' Being 'Deceptive,' and Having 'Devilish' IntentionsPresident Obama has long known that the real decision maker in Iran is Ayatollah Khamenei, the so-called supreme leader.
* Islamic State stones man to death for being gay Islamic State have released more horrific pictures showing the apparent stoning to death of a man accused of being gay.
* Inside the Middle East: Palestinians in Syria lose respect for Hezbollah Once thought of as the "axis of resistance" against Israel, Hezbollah's intervention, coupled with ally's brutal siege on Yarmouk, has damaged movement's popularity among Palestinians from Syria. .
* PLO says no to military action in Syria's embattled Yarmouk Palestinians will not join Syrian troops in driving Islamic State militants from refugee camp, contradicting earlier comments by envoy. .
* US mimics Netanyahu's cartoon bomb to sell nuke deal In apparent jab at Israeli leader, White House revamps PM's famous diagram to point out merits of agreement with Iran
* Putin to meet with Palestinian leader Abbas Monday 'The two leaders will hold talks concerning key aspects of Russian-Palestinian relations and their future, with particular attention on the trade, economy and humanitarian sectors,' the Kremlin said in a statement.
* Poll: Most Americans don't believe Iran will comply with terms of deal NBC survey finds 68% of Americans believe Iran will not abide by nuclear agreement; 53% of respondents say deal is serious threat for the US. .