Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan has resigned following a Supreme Court ruling that disqualified him from office over corruption charges.
A young Palestinian man was killed over an alleged stabbing attempt in Bethlehem and another was shot dead in the Gaza Strip.
Russia has told the United States to cut the number of its diplomats in the country and stop using embassy storage facilities in the capital, Moscow.
Jordan’s public prosecutor says murder charges have been filed against an Israeli embassy guard.
The Israeli police chief of East Jerusalem al-Quds pledges a ‘forceful’ response to possible Palestinian protests during Friday prayers.
President Rouhani says Iran’s many achievements in space and other scientific fields have made it more powerful.
A monitoring group says the Syrian army forces make new gains against Daesh terrorists within Raqqah Province.
Iran says it is looking into a demand by Iraq to increase the exports of natural gas to the country.
A train crash in Spain’s Barcelona has left 54 injured, one of them seriously.
Russia’s president signs a law enabling the country’s air forces to remain in Syria for 49 years as part of a protocol to a 2015 agreement with Damascus.
Kuwait shuts down a Shia satellite television channel, accusing one of its owners of having links to Iran and Hezbollah.
The commander US naval forces in the Pacific Ocean has warned he would launch a nuclear attack against China if President Donald Trump ordered it.
Yemeni forces have targeted a Saudi airbase in Ta'if with a Borkan 1 missile.
The State Department has ordered the family members of US diplomats to leave Venezuela as a political crisis deepens there.
The tensions between US President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions shows that Trump is approaching a “crisis” in his presidency.
A central operation room is officially opened in Yemen to coordinate efforts aimed at tackling cholera. The epidemic has claimed over 1,800 lives since its outbreak in late April in Yemen.
A political expert says the US is trying to boost its own domination on the world energy market by imposing sanctions on other nations.
The United Nations has called on the Ugandan government to enact pending pieces of legislation and fast-track all bills related to zero hunger.
The links between Ukraine and its independence-seeking eastern districts continue dwindling as Kiev decides to stop supplying electricity to Donbass region.
Police in France have come under mounting pressure over their alleged mistreatment of asylum seekers following a damning report by Human Rights Watch.
An earthquake measuring 4.7 on Richter scale jolts a western Iranian county, injuring eight people.
Japan says it plans to raise tariffs on imports of frozen beef from the United States and other countries from next month.
Iran successfully launches Simorgh space-launch vehicle for sending satellite into space.
The Iran men's national under-23 volleyball team loses to China 0-3 at the second round of the 19th Asian Senior Men’s Volleyball Championship in Indonesia.
This episode of The Debate is about a new US sanctions bill that targets Russia, Iran and North Korea.
In this edition of Food for Thought, Professor Tariq Ramadan explains more about his book "Islam: The Essentials."
The Qatari emir has called for dialogue to resolve the row with Saudi Arabia and its allies.
This episode of The Debate discusses a new package of sanctions imposed by the US against Iran, Russia and North Korea.
The European Union is facing another challenge as its member state Poland is rocked by a crisis blamed on the government's judicial reform.
This edition of the program is about Total's deal with Tehran to develop phase 11 of Iran's South Pars gas field.