Militants in Syria reportedly get new supplies of Grad missiles from their foreign supporters in the face of recent losses against the Syrian army.
A senior Russian official urges the setting up of a global coalition to confront the US’s international “dictatorship.”
Saudi Arabia is still insisting on the removal of the Syrian president amid peace efforts.
The Iranian foreign minister warns against the entertainment of any 'illusions' about Syria.
The US State Department says Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is “deluded if he thinks there's a military solution to the conflict.”
The US House of Representatives passed legislation Friday, imposing sanctions on North Korea for its nuclear program and missile launch.
Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad says the armed forces will retake the whole country from terrorists.
A US think tank says Russia has boosted its presence in Syria to repel any possible foreign military invasion against Damascus.
The Syrian forces take control of several strategic hills and heights in Aleppo.
Iraqi PM says his government is determined to bring an end to the existence of Takfiri Daesh terrorists this year.
This week, Iran and Italy signed a memorandum of understanding that envisages developing high-speed rail links in Iran.
Thousands of Greek farmers have gathered in Athens to stage their biggest anti-austerity protest since the leftist SYRIZA party came to power last year.
Iran’s foreign minister warns against entertaining illusions about a military escape out of the Syria crisis.
The Indian capital will impose another round of private car restriction campaign from April this year to battle consistent air pollution.
British Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has decided to impose a controversial, new contract on junior doctors despite not reaching an agreement with the British Medical Association.
A new study says about two-thirds of the world population are facing sever freshwater scarcity.
The five-year-old Syrian conflict has entered a new unpredictable phase, an American political analyst says.
An American foreign policy analyst says the United States is trying to rekindle a new Cold War with Russia.
The US CIA director says the Daesh terrorist group has used chemical weapons in attacks.
If Jeb Bush is “not dead as a viable candidate, he certainly is in a coma and he is no Lazarus,” a political analyst says.
Oil prices rise on the strength of speculation that OPEC is willing to consider output cuts.
Scientists detect gravitational waves, confirming Einstein’s general theory of relativity that was presented a century ago.
Boeing is reportedly considering major job eliminations.
This edition of The Debate discusses the agreement on the cessation of hostilities in Syria.
The UK austerity program or the deficit reduction program by definition comprises a series of sustained reductions in public spending, intended to reduce the government budget deficit and the welfare state.
This edition of The Debate is about the situation in Iran 37 years after the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
The United Nations finally released the findings of an investigation into the detention of Julian Assange.
Forgiving others is essential for spiritual growth. Your experience of someone who has hurt you, while painful, is nothing more than a thought or feeling you carry around.
This episode of The Debate discusses NATO’s military build-up in eastern Europe.