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Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu

Turkish leader calls Israeli counterpart a 'bully' and compares him to militants responsible for Charlie Hebdo massacre

Inflammatory remarks were made during a press conference

Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu speaks during the parliamentary group meeting of Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party at the Grand National Assembly of Turkey on January 13, 2015

Charlie Hebdo attack: Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu compares Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu to Paris attackers

The Turkish premier said both had committed crimes against humanity

Former RGS schoolboy Shabazz Suleman, who now lists his location on Facebook as Raqqa, Syria

Isis has fighters 'just waiting for order to attack West', says British grammar schoolboy turned teen jihadist Shabazz Suleman

The Buckinghamshire 19-year-old claims he was returned to Isis in Syria by the Turkish authorities in prisoner exchanges last year

Video: Iraqi government releases video showing air strikes on Isis targets

The Iraqi Ministry of Defence claimed they destroyed a number of ammunition factories during the strikes

A new Isis video praises the Paris shootings and warns of more attacks to come across Europe

Isis propaganda video praises Paris shootings and threatens more attacks across Europe, warning 'the Caliphate is coming'

Video shows three French-speaking militants urging other extremists to 'kill infidels'

Jason Rezaian detention: Iran says Washington Post reporter will stand trial

Unclear what charges will be brought against journalist

Isaac Herzog, leader of the Israeli Labor party

Israel's Labour party seeks tough-talking general to prove its security credentials ahead of elections

The main candidates are said to be former Defence Minister and Chief of Staff, Shaul Mofaz, and Amos Yadlin, a former army intelligence chief

Hayat Boumeddiene, right, at Istanbul airport on January 2 before the attacks

Paris terror attacks: Turks piece together missing days of deli gunman's partner

Officials blame France over Hayat Boumedienne’s movements

Saudi police take turns caning a man convicted under sharia law. Saudi Arabia denies it has links with the violence of the Wahabis

Saudi Arabia's history of hypocrisy we choose to ignore

On Thursday, a Saudi blogger will receive his second flogging for 'insulting Islam'. Robert Fisk looks at a barbaric regime with a brutal record

Al-Qaeda ideologue Nasr al-Ansi claimed the attacks in a video

Charlie Hebdo: Al-Qaeda claims Paris attacks were planned in Yemen by senior figures

Bin Laden successors counter admissions of responsibility from Isis and other jihadist groups

Camels stand in the snow in the Aleghan Heights, located some 1500 km northwest of the Saudi capital Riyadh in the Tabuk region, on January 10, 2015

Saudi Arabian cleric issues religious ruling describing snowmen as anti-Islamic

Cleric said to build a snowman was to create an image of a human being, an action considered sinful under kingdom's interpretation of Islam

Assad will be watching with concern as America's use of air power spreads to include more targets outside its original stated aim

Bashar al-Assad 'claims Syria is against the killing of civilians' in wake of Paris attacks

Syrian President's government has been accused of crimes against humanity

Turkish President Recep Tayyib Erdogan

Turkish president Erdoğan accuses West of 'playing games' with Muslims after Paris attacks

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan also denounces the Israeli prime minister's attendance at a solidarity rally in Paris this weekend

Nasr al-Ansi, a top commander of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula

Al-Qaeda in Yemen admits responsibility for Charlie Hebdo attacks and warns West of more 'tragedies and terror'

Top AQAP commander said massacre was in 'vengeance for the Prophet'

People wait to buy the latest issue of Charlie Hebdo newspaper at a newsstand in Rennes
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