* Rockets on Golan, Pentagon flouts Obama, no truce The Pentagon and US army are not following the orders of their Commander-in-Chief Barack Obama in the execution of the military cooperation accord in Syria concluded by US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Geneva on Sept. 12.
* Assad: Airstrike on my troops is flagrant American aggression Syrian President accuses US and its allies of supporting terrorist groups like ISIS after coalition airstrike kills 62 regime troops.
* US terror blasts suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami in custody The New York and New Jersey bombings suspect is in custody after a shootout with police that began when he was found sleeping in a bar doorway.
* Al-Aksa mosque preacher calls on Allah to blow up Moscow, DC "Oh Allah in these blessed days and from your al-Aksa mosque, the center of blessings...we seek you to vanquish America and Russia."
* UK to veto EU 'defence union' British defence minister Michael Fallon has said the UK would veto the creation of EU military capabilities so long as it remained a member of the bloc.
* Syria conflict: Aid convoy 'hit by air strike' near Aleppo Aid trucks have been hit by an air strike near the Syrian city of Aleppo, reports say, hours after the military declared the current cessation of violence was over.
* Russian election: Big victory for Putin-backed party United Russia United Russia, backed by President Vladimir Putin, has won a majority in the country's parliamentary election, far ahead of rival parties.
* Palestinian summer camps named after terrorists PLO encourages terror by naming summer camps after terrorists.
* Are Israeli researchers a step closer to halting the spread of breast cancer? Using mice models, Tel Aviv University researchers stop breast cancer metastasis in its tracks and significantly extend lives.
* EU Director of Counterterrorism: We failed to understand terror The director of counterterrorism in the European Union, Gilles de Kerchove, admitted that Europe had failed to understand terror threats.