* New Putin move to win a military base in Libya Libyan Gen Khalifa Hafter arrived in Moscow Sunday, Nov. 26, with a request for Russian arms and military support for his army.
* Plans underway if U.S fails to make good on JCPOA: Salehi "We have already made necessary predictions in this regard in a committee meeting presided by Mr. Rouhani," said Ali Akbar Salehi on the sidelines of a ceremony held to mark the martyrdom anniversary of Majid Shahriyari, a nuclear scientist assassinated in Tehran six years ago.
* Israel Battles ISIS on Golan Heights Israeli soldiers operating along the border between Israel and Syria on Sunday came under attack from terrorists affiliated with ISIS.
* Egypt denies it has a military presence in Syria Egypt denies Arab media reports that it sent air force pilots to Syria's Hama province.
* Iran may seek naval bases in Yemen or Syria: chief of staff Iran may seek to set up naval bases in Yemen or Syria in the future, the chief of staff of the Iranian armed forces said in remarks published on Sunday.
* China's Secretive Space Program Threatens NASA's Dominance The launch of the Shenzhou 11 spacecraft in western China last month marked another great leap forward for the nation's space program and its ambition to send manned missions to the moon and, eventually, Mars.
* Israel Air Force officer: "Syria's the global stage, everybody's playing there" Senior official gives military's view of Syrian civil war, and how Israeli jets navigate the dangerously full skies next door.
* Abbas orders Palestinian flags flown at half-staff in honor of Castro PA president hails late revolutionary Cuban president as leader 'who spent his life fighting for causes of justice'.
* Islamic State video tutorial shows 'lone wolves' how to murder 'disbelievers' in US, UK and France When a Muslim in the U.S., Britain or France acts in accord with this video tutorial, authorities will say he was a 'lone wolf' who 'self-radicalized' and had no ties to terrorism.
* Pope's possible deal with China would 'betray Christ', says Hong Kong cardinal Senior Catholic Joseph Zen says the pontiff 'may not know the Communist persecutors who have killed hundreds of thousands'.