A huge explosion is reported in the vicinity of the Chinese diplomatic mission in Kyrgyzstan.
North Korea says the UN condemnation of missile tests is a hostile act by the US that could lead to its destruction.
Nine Palestinian homes and structures are razed by Israel across the occupied West Bank.
Syria calls on the UN to “assume its responsibilities” and make Turkey withdraw its forces from the Syrian territory.
Ashton Carter says Turkey should not go after Kurdish militants who are backed by the US.
The terrorists use mines, bombs and artillery against Libyan forces as they struggle to keep their last stronghold.
“Temer out! Dilma come back,” chant anti-impeachment demonstrators in Sao Paulo.
Saudi jets target a residential area in Yemen’s Sa’ada with internationally-banned cluster bombs.
Hackers based in Russia were behind two recent attempts to breach voter registration databases in the US state of Illinois, intelligence officials claim.
The British College of Policing says clarifying relations with Bahrain’s rulers would endanger its “commercial interests.”
Brazil’s suspended President Dilma Rousseff has vigorously defended her record in the Senate and rejected accusations of manipulating economic figures.
The United Nations reports a dramatic rise in Israeli settlement activities in the occupied Palestinian territories over the past 2 months.
The United States has signed a new military contract with India under which the two countries will allow the use of each other’s land, air and naval bases for repair and re-supply.
With the Syrian crisis still at its peak, the Lebanese government and the European Union are on the verge of reaching an agreement to help Syrian refugees settle in Lebanon.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi has visited South Sudanese asylum seekers living under harsh conditions in Uganda.
Distinguished Chilean filmmaker Miguel Ernesto Littin Cucumides will be honored in a ceremony at the Tehran University.
Mexico sacks the head of federal police after a recent report of arbitrary execution of 22 civilians in a 2015 drug raid.
The British shadow foreign secretary accuses Labour Party figures of attempts to “quash” Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.
The US seeks to eliminate the government of Syrian President Assad because it is opposed to American hegemony, a political analyst says.
The Tory government’s inefficient immigration policy meets a new roadblock.
Official figures show the Greek economy grew in the second quarter of 2016 but any prospects for the country to see a strong rebound remains elusive.
Iranian security forces disband an international drug trafficking band in the southern province of Hormozgan.
Iran drubs Kyrgyzstan 9-0 at the preliminary round of AFC U-16 Women's Championship 2017 Qualifiers.
Iran’s Sarmayeh Bank volleyball team rolls past Maseco TP HCM of Vietnam
Nearly 10 hours of talks on the Syrian conflict between the US and Russia ended in Geneva on Friday without much.
This edition of The Debate is about Turkey's incursion into Syria.
This episode of IRAN program is about Iranian glassware, its history, evolution and today’s modern techniques.
In this episode of Food for Thought, Professor Ramadan delivers a speech on the categorization of Islamic ethics.
This episode of The Debate discusses the political stalemate in Spain.
The number of Britons who have left the country to join Daesh and similar extremist groups in the Middle East is on the rise, according to a new report.