* ISIS chief looses suicide bombers at W. cities As Iraqi troops entered Mosul, Wednesday night, Nov. 2, Islamic State's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi called on his suicide bombers all over the world "to destroy the cities of the unbelievers."
* Putin to US: Be more like Israel Russian leader slams US anti-terror strategies, holds up Israel as an example of how to fight terrorism.
* Christian supporters of Israel plan to flood UNESCO with bibles Evangelical group urges members of the faith to 'refresh diplomats' memory' on Judaism and Christianity's historical ties to Jerusalem.
* Israeli official: Iran commands 25,000 Shi'ite fighters in Syria Israel has long seen Iran as its greatest threat and campaigned hard against US-led efforts to strike a nuclear deal with Tehran.
* Iranian military leader: Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps "will be in the U.S. and Europe very soon" "The IRGC is the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, not "the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps."
* Israel cautious about new Lebanese president Lebanon's new, pro-Hezbollah president has vowed to 'release what is left of our lands from Israeli occupation.'
* How worrying is Russia's growing presence in the Middle East? With both Russia and Israel carrying out military operations in war-torn Syria, the two nations have implemented a system to coordinate their actions there in order to avoid accidental clashes.
* Brexit court defeat for UK government Parliament must vote on whether the UK can start the process of leaving the EU, the High Court has ruled.
* Mosul battle: 'IS leader Baghdadi' urges no retreat So-called Islamic State has released an audiotape purportedly from the group's leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, urging its supporters not to retreat as Iraqi forces advance on the city of Mosul.
* Senior Iranian general: US in 'strong decline' At rally celebrating 1979 embassy siege, Hossein Salami says Washington 'can no longer manage' Muslim world's political, military development.