The Yemeni army, backed by Popular Committees, has captured a Saudi border town in Asir province.
Iran’s Defense Ministry delivers its Nasr air-launched cruise missiles to the country’s Air Force.
Turkey summons the US envoy to the country.
The New Hampshire primary, the first in a series of presidential primary elections across the US, is currently underway in the state.
The Russian foreign minister says the US is reflecting on Moscow’s plan to resolve the Syria crisis.
The US intelligence chief says North Korea can recover enough plutonium from a newly restarted reactor which is believed to be sufficient for a nuclear bomb.
Six Saudi soldiers are killed in a retaliatory attack by Yemeni forces.
The US director of national intelligence says an “assertive” Russia remains intent on pursuing an "assertive foreign policy" in 2016.
The IRGC says its campaign against Takfiri Daesh terrorists in Iraq and Syria as part of the force's mission to fight common enemies of Muslims.
The UN refugee agency urges Turkey to open its borders to thousands of stranded Syrian refugees.
Russia rejects the Turkish president’s accusations of Russian occupation of Syria.
Iran’s Air Force has received the first cargo of indigenous-made air-based cruise missile known as Nasr.
In the Russian capital, Moscow, over 30 Iranian companies have participated at a trade meeting attended by importers and exporters of food products.
The Israeli Knesset Ethics Committee has banned three Arab lawmakers from parliamentary activity for several months.
A complete shutdown has brought the Indian-controlled Kashmir to a standstill.
US President Barack Obama urges an overhaul of government networks by launching a new "Action Plan” to bolster cybersecurity.
The possible US deployment of an anti-missile system to the Korean Peninsula is meant to curb China’s ability to counter a US nuclear attack, a political analyst says.
Indian authorities say a bus driver has been killed by a falling meteorite.
Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said “there’s a special place in hell” for women who don’t vote for Hillary Clinton.
Kazakhstan says it sees a "brilliant" future in partnership with Iran to capture the Eurasian market.
Russia says Turkish companies will face difficulties returning to the Russian market.
US medical authorities say it will take years to develop a widely-available vaccine for the Zika virus.
France's energy giant, Total, starts gas production from two offshore fields in the North Sea.
Venezuela's oil minister has met his Saudi counterpart in Riyadh to discuss stabilizing the oil market which is flooded by a surplus of two million barrels per day.
This episode of The Debate discusses the 2016 New Hampshire primary.
Israel is back on the British mainstream political agenda as an intense internal struggle about the Zionist entity is raging.
Syria says it will firmly respond to any foreign intervention into the Arab country.
This edition of The Debate focuses on the UN ruling on the detention of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
A huge part of what makes a country stand out is its culture. A large part of Iran’s culture are the annual Fajr festivals.
This edition of The Debate is about Bahrain government's crackdown on female activists.