Russian President Vladimir Putin describes his meeting with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron as “difficult” but “frank.”
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is to blame for the way she has allowed US President Donald Trump to treat her, suggests her rival.
The Iranian parliament speaker says Israel’s aggressive and racist nature remains a source of threat to regional nations and humanity.
A leader of the al Wefaq party slams Al Khalifah for not returning the bodies of activists who were killed by Bahraini forces last week in Diraz.
Watch footage from a deadly storm which ravaged Moscow and killed at least 13 people.
The World Health Organization says the Cholera epidemic has claimed 471 lives, but the number of infections has dropped.
Iraqi Hashd al-Sha’abi forces have reached the Iraqi-Syrian border in their push to liberate the key town of Ba'aj, west of Mosul.
Iran warns of the serious danger of starvation and a possible human disaster in Yemen.
Trump's claims were made during his recent visit to Saudi Arabia where he accused Iran of destabilizing the Middle East and supporting terrorist groups.
Border police chief says Turkey should be held accountable for the deaths of Iranian border guards and for letting terrorist groups operate in its border areas.
US House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says Trump's NATO speech “disrespected our closest allies.”
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said last August that Moscow wanted Iran to join the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) – a single market led by Russia.
The Australian government has been sued over the detention of immigrants in a case due to be heard in the largest ever trial of its kind this week.
The chief of the military’s central command has issued the order for Amona outpost residents, according to Israeli media
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway says her gender has actually “helped with” handling President Donald Trump.
European Central Bank president has defended his policy of pumping sixty billion euro per month into the eurozone economy
About one hundred employees at Italy’s Higher Institute for Environmental Protection and Research have been occupying a section of the public body for a week now.
Roma legend Franchesco Totti hung up his boots after 25 years with the club, as his side secured a Champions League group stage slot
The Palestinian prisoners who have been refusing food for the past ten weeks have finally ended their strike.
North Korea has conducted yet another ballistic missile test in response to what it calls increased pressure from the US.
The fatality occurred in Sistan-and-Baluchestan Province, with two more deaths unofficially reported in Isfahan Province and the western province of Kermanshah.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has agreed to extend until March 2018 an oil output cut deal that was sealed last year to help shore up prices.
Iran men's national under-20 futsal team has found a place in the Buenos Aires 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games.
This episode of The Debate sheds light on the future of US-EU relations.
The United States and its Arab allies in the Middle East are heating up the war of words against Iran.
More and more evidence emerging from President Trump’s possible collusion with Russia is creating even more hassles for the administration.
UK officials are trying hard these days to delve into what actually motivated the young man who carried out the recent terrorist attack at a concert in Manchester.
This edition of The Debate is about recent US-led airstrikes in Syria under the pretext of fighting terrorism.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO, was formed 24th August 1949, and was aimed at countering the Soviet threat to the West.