The deployment of 200 new troops will add to 300 American special forces already operating in Syria.
US media cite intel reports alleging Russia intervened to help Donald Trump win the 2016 election.
Tens of thousands of people who need humanitarian aid have been without it now for nearly two months, diplomats say.
The casualties were caused by Turkish airstrikes in the Gara region of northern Iraq.
The fake map, tweeted earlier by the Israeli military, was filled with spots that alleged to show Hezbollah positions all over Lebanon.
The German Left Party and the Greens have slammed plans by Berlin to offer military training to Saudi Arabian forces amid the brutal war on Yemen.
Gambia's ruler rejects presidential poll results, reversing his earlier concession of defeat.
Newly released satellite images showed Vietnamese vessels at work on the disputed Ladd Reef in the South China Sea.
Ghana has seen its economy slow and inflation soar since 2014 due to falling prices for its oil, gold and cocoa exports.
A court in Turkey ruled that litigation must be dropped against four Israeli military officials over a commando raid that killed 10 Turkish humanitarian aid workers in 2010.
An activist says the Lebanese resistance movement has been instrumental in fighting and defeating Takfiri terrorists in Syria.
IOC President Thomas Bach said on Friday that a new report on state-sponsored doping in Russia had revealed “a fundamental attack on the integrity of the Olympic Games and on sport in general”.
Hoffenheim retained its unbeaten record in the Bundesliga by battling with Eintracht Frankfurt to a goalless draw on Friday.
Children from some of the poorest neighborhoods of Nairobi are being given a chance to become inventors through a new technology based learning program.
Hezbollah's Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah says the Syrian army’s victory in Aleppo is imminent.
US President-elect Donald Trump’s appointment of former CIA director David Petraeus as secretary of state would be “outrageous,” a former US diplomat says.
Donald Trump has announced that Rudy Giuliani will not join his incoming administration.
Europe’s leading human rights organization says Turkey has gone “too far” with emergency measures adopted after an abortive mid-July coup.
Democrats are wrong to lay the blame on fake news for the defeat Hillary Clinton suffered on November 8, an analyst says.
The Donald Trump transition team has rejected the claims that Hillary Clinton lost the November 8 election due to fake news.
French squash player Auguste Dussourd has been named the champion of the first edition of the International Navy Martyrs Memorial Squash Tournament in Tehran.
Iranian wrestling club Sina Sanat Izeh has ranked first at the third edition of the Greco-Roman Club World Cup in Hungary.
The projects will produce 285 megawatts of wind power in China.
Iran is preparing to switch its national currency from the rial to the toman - a move that could boost the value of the country’s national currency against the US dollar.
Fidel Castro passed away at the age of 90, leaving behind and island nation that had just opened up to the US.
Allah says in the Holy Qur’an: “And hold fast by the covenant of Allah all together and be not disunited.”
This episode of The Debate discusses the Syrian army's advances in Aleppo.
Boris Johnson once again has proved his unwavering support for the Saudi war on Yemen, saying " a threshold has not been crossed” by Riyadh.
Personal standards are nothing more than a set of behaviors. These behaviors are built upon expectations you have of yourself in a variety of situations.
Mona Seraji is the only athlete that has taken part in Europe's free-ride world qualifier games not just from Iran, but from the Middle East this year.