Every country in the Islamic world was outraged, except one.
Men held for 444 days in Tehran see President Trump as the man to give them what they want: Recognition and compensation.
The jihadi group threatened to attack the "pillars of tyranny that prop up" the Palestinian faction.
The Pentagon is boosting their ranks of special forces and fleets of helicopters and drones.
Explosive Michael Wolff book says the former British leader sought to be a Middle East adviser to the president.
The cause of Osama's death remains unclear but jihadi leader lauds his "martyrdom."
An Israeli minister lashed out at the association for using the controversial terminology.
"We have sacrificed a lot. We have paid a huge price both in blood and treasure," a spokesman said.
"Take advantage of the fact that you can easily obtain a rifle in America," the fighter says.
Minister says president will get the honor after "historic" recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
The State Department has refused, but Trump will have the final say on the matter.
The family plans to take legal action against their landlord but can now find a new place to live thanks to the generosity of strangers.
"We find ourselves in a more dangerous situation," an outgoing counter-terror chief said.
Pyongyang is barred from carrying out any launch using ballistic missile technology, including satellites.
The alliance is concerned about Moscow's presence near undersea communication lines.
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