Over a dozen civilians are killed as militants shell the western parts of the Syrian city of Aleppo.
The Iranian foreign minister stresses the need for a political settlement of the Syria crisis besides a serious fight against Takfiri terror groups.
Dozens of Rohingya Muslim women in Myanmar’s Rakhine state say government forces have committed acts of rape or sexual assault against them.
The agreement comes after years of diplomatic wrangling and high-level talks between the US and Russia, which have rejected the idea in the past.
Palestinian President Abbas met with Khaled Meshaal and Ismail Haniyeh in the Qatari capital of Doha on Thursday.
The Russian diplomat stressed that NATO’s enhancement of military presence on its eastern side will not remain unanswered.
Saudi Arabia and Qatar ask Algeria to send its servicemen to Yemen.
US police have arrested over 140 people at an oil pipeline protest by Native Americans in the state of North Dakota.
The military, which suspended the talks with the ELN earlier on Thursday, later said the rebel group killed two civilian drivers in a “terrorist attack.”
A female lawyer has accused a US Supreme Court justice of sexually assaulting her in 1999.
Iranian youngsters have narrowly lost 6-5 to Saudi Arabia in the semi-finals of the AFC U-19 Championship.
A political expert says the US and NATO have taken a collision course with Russia because it is helping the Syrian government fight terrorists.
Andy Murray has come back from behind to overcome Frenchman Gilles Simon to book his place in the last eight of the Erste Bank Open in Vienna.
A new footage was released showing a polar bear that has been held captive in a shopping center in China.
3 months after ending his retirement, Manny Pacquiao is getting back into the ring, to prepare himself for the upcoming title fight against American welterweight world champion Jessie Vargas.
Moscow says a United Nations-led investigation accusing Syria of using chemical arms is full of contradictions and lacks solid proof from its claims.
A court in Bahrain has imprisoned and stripped 15 defendants of their citizenship.
Iraq’s Joint Operations Command says 772 Daesh terrorist have been killed and 23 others captured since the Mosul liberation operation started on October 17.
The constant US accusations about Russia’s meddling in this year’s race for the White House only harms Clinton, an analyst says.
One of the most important questions is will Hillary Clinton rig the election like she did in the primaries against Bernie Sanders, asks Myles Hoenig.
The world's nuclear powers vote against a United Nations resolution to launch talks on banning nukes.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has called on Saudi Arabia to reduce its reliance on oil.
The Union Cycliste Internationale has named the national Iranian men’s cycling team as the best in Asia.
This episode of The Debate is about NATO’s biggest military build-up in Eastern Europe near Russia’s borders since the Cold War.
In this episode of Press Plus, we are going to learn more about the symptoms of suicidal feelings.
The crisis in Syria is getting more complicated since Turkey launched its offensive in the north of the Arab country.
This episode of The Debate is about Washington's policy in Syria.
This year, it has embarked on an online census for the first time, expecting to set a record of 30%.
This edition of The Debate is about Iraq's battle against Daesh terrorists in Mosul.