The EU foreign policy chief says the nuclear deal with Iran works fine and belongs to the entire world and not just the United States.
Myanmar's leader says the reasons why Rohingyas are fleeing to Bangladesh elude her. Amnesty says she is "burying her head in the sand" in the face of "crimes against humanity."
French President Emmanuel Macron is using his first appearance at the United Nations General Assembly to stress the importance of sustaining the Iran nuclear deal.
The North Korea issue takes center stage in talks between world leaders and senior diplomats as the UN meets in New York.
Russia says the United States’ potential provision of “lethal weapons” to Ukraine will not promote stability in the East European country.
Iraqi police impose a curfew in the northern city, which witnessed clashes between Kurds and Turkmen days before the controversial Kurdish referendum.
A grouping of Western and Arab countries backing anti-government militants in Syria say they will not support the reconstruction of the country.
Syria’s army and its allies have repelled a large-scale attack spearheaded by the notorious al-Nusra Front terrorist group north of the western Syrian city of Hama.
An anti-war charity says British arms manufacturers have earned billions from their deals with Saudi Arabia since the beginning of the war on Yemen.
The senate passes a massive military bill for the year 2018 that includes about $640 billion in base military spending and $60 billion to carry out wars abroad.
The UAE and Spain are the prime suspects, reportedly importing what is globally known as “red gold” from Iran and rebranding it for exports at much higher prices.
Britain’s ruling Conservatives fear the ongoing row dividing Theresa May’s cabinet might eventually pave the way for a Labour government under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.
A new global slavery study shows approximately 40.3 million men, women and children, mostly Africans, were victims of modern slavery last year.
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees puts the number of the internally displaced persons in Yemen at 1,980,510.
The semi-arid state has been investing in large areas of farmland overseas, where contracts for cultivation on nearly 800,000 to one million hectares in a number of countries have been signed.
A political expert says Britain and the United States are selling weapons to Saudi Arabia to kill Yemenis.
Stephen Lendman says the United States does not want peace in Syria, but regime change.
Around 412,000 Rohingya Muslims have so far fled Myanmar army’s military campaign to Bangladesh.
An expert says Myanmar is doing to the minority Muslims exactly what Israelis did to Palestinians which resulted in their forced mass migration in 1948.
Protesters have gathered in New York City to protest what they call US President Donald Trump's white supremacist policies.
Kulsoom Nawaz has won the parliamentary seat of his ousted PM Nawaz Sharif.
Syrian army uncovers a huge ISIL weapons cache in Hama province.
The owners of a bar in Japan have decided to use a troop of monkeys as waiters and entertainers.
Chinese engineers relocate a 135-year-old Buddhist temple in Shanghai.
Yukiya Amano will serve a new four-year-term in office as the head of the vienna-based UN nuclear watchdog.
Iran national under-16 football team trounces Lebanon 3-0 at the 2018 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-16 Championship qualification.
Iranian wushu practitioners collect six more medals at the 9th edition of Asian Junior Wushu Championships in South Korea.
This episode of The Debate discusses the Rohingya Muslims' refugee crisis.
The Firuzkooh County located northeast of the Iranian capital, Tehran, has always been a popular getaway for those looking for the perfect holiday.
Trump’s troubles with members of his own party get deeper as the president seems willing to make deals with the Democrats.
This episode of The Debate discusses the US violation of its commitments to the nuclear deal with Iran and four other countries.
President Trump took to Twitter on Sunday, condemning Pyongyang's actions, outlining some of the options under consideration to interfere and intimidate the sovereign East-Asian country.
The Western world was once obsessed with her and Britain was not an exception.