* Erdogan locks US airmen, nuclear arms in Incirlik Some 1,500 US airmen and their families have been locked in the southern Turkish air base of Incirlik together with a stock if tactical nuclear bombs since President Reccep Erdogan crushed an attempted coup on Saturday, July 16.
* 'The US cannot do a damn thing' against us, Iran's foreign minister scoffs As secret 'add-on accord' leaks, Zarif says Tehran got what it wanted from nuclear deal ‚Äî an America impotent to intervene in its affairs.
* Europol: 2015 record year for terror attacks in Europe New report finds 1,077 people arrested last year for terrorist-related activity in EU countries, with 211 attempted or completed attacks.
* Turkey coup attempt: Charges laid against 99 generals and admirals Turkey has formally charged 99 generals and admirals in connection with the weekend's thwarted coup attempt, just under a third of the country's 356 top military officers.
* German train attacker urged Muslims to kill apostates in pre-attack video Islamic State claimed responsibility earlier in the day for the attack by the axe-wielding Afghan refugee, according to its online Amaq news agency.
* Pokemon faces renewed Saudi fatwa for being 'un-Islamic' The Council argues that the mutations of the creatures in the popular game, who are given specific powers, amounts to blasphemy by promoting the theory of natural evolution.
* Syria conflict: Boy beheaded by rebels 'was not fighter' A Palestinian boy who was filmed being beheaded by Syrian rebels on Tuesday was not a fighter, a pro-government Palestinian militia has said.
* US, anti-ISIS coalition allies regroup after jihadist attacks Following string of deadly terrorist attacks by Islamic State group around the world, US, allies open 2-day meeting to discuss next steps.
* Hamas turns Gaza terror tunnels into summer tourist attraction Organized tours take place during weapons exhibition marking second anniversary of 2014 war with Israel.
* Ravaged by terror, France extends state of emergency Hollande says call to boost reserve forces paves way for 'National Guard,' as state scrambles to reassure public after 3rd major attack.