Egypt, France, and Sweden call for an emergency UN Security Council meeting over the recent escalation of tensions in East Jerusalem al-Quds.
Iran dismisses as 'unacceptable and meddlesome' a recent statement by the White House against the Islamic Republic.
The EU warns the US over “unintended consequences” which may result from imposing further sanctions against Russia.
The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is reportedly planning nationwide roundup of teenage immigrants.
IRGC's Navy seizes a Saudi vessel after trespassing on Iran’s territorial waters in the Persian Gulf.
The Iraqi prime minister says Hashd al-Sha’abi is an “integral” part of the country’s security system.
The Syrian army command says it has ceased its military operations in several areas of Eastern Ghouta near the capital Damascus.
The Iranian defense minister says Iran will continue to fully support the promotion of security and stability in Iraq.
Donald Trump tasks a new team to make a case against the Iran nuclear deal after being frustrated with his secretary of state, a report claims.
A court in Turkey reissues arrest warrants for four rights activists previously released on probation.
Hawaii is the first US state to prepare its residents for an "unlikely" missile attack launched from North Korea.
Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi says his company is not in a competition for presence in the Islamic Republic, having already clinched deals to develop the country’s Darkhovin oil and Kish gas fields.
Iran has inaugurated the mass production line of the domestically-developed Sayyad (Hunter) 3 missile.
In two letters to the UN, Damascus Syria demands compensation from the US and its coalition allies for destroying the country’s infrastructure.
Several British MPs are concerned that their country’s police might have directly helped Saudi Arabian officers in arresting 14 people now believed to be facing execution in the kingdom.
It is estimated that there are less than 4000 individual tigers across the world, with 70 percent of them recorded to be in India.
In Afghanistan, officials have confirmed that over a dozen Afghan troops have been killed in a recent US air strike in the south of the country.
Iran has officially launched the mass-production of an anti-aircraft missile dubbed Sayyad 3.
Nano startup is the title of a festival currently held in Iran’s capital Tehran, aimed at advancing nanotechnology.
A new Earth observing satellite is to give scientists vital information about our atmosphere and the impact of climate change and pollution.
Iranian Paralympian athletes have bagged four more medals at the 2017 Summer Deaflympics in Samsun, Turkey.
On Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed off on a new state policy strategy that views the US as aspiring to dominate the world’s oceans in a threat to Russia.
The national Iranian cadet Greco-Roman wrestling team has finished first at the Asian Cadet Championships 2017.
Iranian sportsmen have collected two more medals at the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships in England.
This episode of The Debate discusses US decision to end support of anti-Assad militants in Syria.
Ukraine’s eastern regions have been the scene of deadly clashes between pro-Russian forces and Kiev troops since November 2014.
This edition of the Doc Review features Citizenfour, directed by Laura Poitras.
This episode of The Debate discusses the tensions over the new Israeli measures at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
In January 2011, weeks-long street protests and civil disobedience resulted in regime change in Tunisia.
This program is about the increasing popularity of selfies and talks briefly about the history, it warns about the dangers, and gives tips on how to take safe selfies.