San Bernardino shooter's friend had supplied guns for attack: Enrique Marquez, a friend of San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook, was arrested on Thursday on charges of supplying the weapons for the 2 December shooting that killed 14 people.
Marquez had also supplied the powder that Farook had used to make pipe bombs that were found at the community centre where Farook and his wife Tashfeen Malik carried out their attack.
Marquez and Farook had also reportedly conspired at least two terror attacks in California in 2011 and 2012, according to The New York Times.
Apart from terrorism charges, Marquez has also been charged for falsely acquiring arms, and for immigration fraud for a 'sham marriage' with a Russian immigrant, the report said.
Marquez, who had converted to Islam this year, was reportedly introduced to radical Islamic ideology by Farook when they lived in the same neighbourhood.
Night raids begin against Taliban in Kunduz: The Afghan Taliban, which had captured the city of Kunduz briefly in September, are now being hunted down in night raids and heavy airstrikes, Afghanistan officials have said.
"Night raids were stopped and the enemy was sure that at night there was no one to go after them. But we have started night raids again in Kunduz and so far the Taliban has suffered heavy casualties," a Kunduz zone police chief told Tolo News.
Turkey arrests 11 more Isis suspects: Turkey detained 11 people suspected to be linked to Isis in connection with a terror plot to attack the US Consulate.
One person had been arrested earlier this week for an alleged plan to carry out a suicide bombing attack at the US Consulate in Istanbul.
All those arrested are said to be Syrians who were carrying fake passports, AFP reported citing the Dogan news agency.
Isis bombs YPG checkpost in Syria: Isis detonated a car bomb in the al-Mabruka village in Syria's al-Hasakah region, targeted at the Kurdish YPG fighters, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Friday.
There were said to be some losses in the Kurdish militia, the monitoring agency said.