The U.S. is committing close to $16 million for humanitarian aid to Ukraine, while NATO plans to more than double the size of its response force there from 13,000 to 30,000.
Islamic State terrorists are torturing and burying children alive in Iraq, according to a report by the United Nations.
Jordan's King Abdullah II is promising a "harsh war" against ISIS.
Jordan made good on its pledge to kill two terrorist captives if ISIS harmed Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh. The move comes after a gruesome online video appeared showing the pilot being burned to death by jihadists.
Cuba's government has released the first new photos of Fidel Castro in five months.
The Islamic State fighters have been defeated at the key Syrian town of Kobani, but ISIS could still make important gains on other battlegrounds in Iraq and Syria.
Nigerian troops pushed back an attack by radical Islamist fighters from Boko Haram Sunday.
Japan has heightened security at airports and at facilities overseas after ISIS beheaded its second Japanese hostage this weekend.
Libraries in Iraq are in danger. Islamic State terrorists have removed and destroyed everything except Islamic texts from the Central Library in Mosul.
The death toll in embattled eastern Ukraine is on the rise. In the past 24 hours, pro-Russian separatists killed five Ukrainian soldiers in Debaltseve, northeast of Donetsk.