New edition of UAE arms show starts with Persian Gulf Arab states seeking to purchase billions of dollars in military hardware as destructive war in Yemen rages on.
A recent report shows that Paveway IV smart bombs made in Scotland were dropped on Yemen by UK-trained Saudi air force.
Israeli authorities are holding hunger striking Palestinian Muhammad al-Qiq in a “grave-like” cell, says his lawyer.
Iraqi air force helicopters kill at least 93 Daesh militants and destroy 18 armed vehicles during operations in western Mosul.
The government of Sweden is calling on the US to offer “clarity” in the wake of new remarks by President Donald Trump, referencing a terror attack in the Scandinavian country.
The Russian Defense Ministry releases photos of its latest expedition in the Arctic, where it is putting its state-of-the-art snow vehicles to the test.
Four North Koreans behind the killing of the leader of North Korea’s brother fled Malaysia on the day he was assassinated, say the police.
Iraqi government forces and their allies regain control over a number of villages on the outskirts of Mosul.
The Iranian Parliament speaker says Tehran will restore its nuclear program to pre-JCPOA level if the US pulls out of the deal.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif addressed the Munich Security Conference, urging Arab states to work with Iran to address "anxieties" and violence across the region.
As part of its season devoted to the Dutch Golden Age, the museum of Louvre is presenting a selection of masterpieces by 17th-century Dutch painters.
French hold nationwide rallies to express their anger at the corruption of the elected politicians.
Anti-government protesters have held a demonstration in the Indian capital New Delhi against banknote demonetization.
Around two million Palestinians in the blockaded Gaza Strip have grappled with long power outages recently amid the cold weather.
Brent Burns scored two goals, as the San Jose Sharks beat the Arizona Coyotes for the first time this season, 4-1 on Saturday night.
The United States’ accusations against Iran over “destabilizing” the Middle East are “laughable,” says a former Congressional staffer.
Trump has blamed refugees for a terror attack in Sweden that never happened.
The Iranian minister of roads and urban development is reinstated after securing a vote of confidence from lawmakers.
Iran says it has discovered major reserves of shale oil in the western parts of the country.
Senator John McCain warns that suppression of an "adversarial press" can lead to a dictatorial regime.
The Iranian men’s national rollball team has chalked up its second win at the fourth edition of Rollball World Cup in Bangladesh.
The province has been reeling from sandstorms which are said to originate in Iraq and Saudi Arabia but a combination of events recently have brought Khuzestan to the brink of virtual collapse.
Ayatollah Khamenei praises Iran’s winning of the top position at the end of the 2017 Freestyle World Cup.
This edition of The Debate discusses the comments made by UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura who ruled out any military solution to the crisis in Syria.
The White House has been plagued by controversies since Republican President Donald Trump took office on January 20.
The latest Global Peace Index report has found that 2016 was a bad year for international peace and security.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged fresh sanctions against Iran during a visit to the UK.
In this episode of Press Plus, we will discuss the differences between love marriages and arranged marriages.
As talk of Brexit gets heated, the sign of cracks appearing in all corners of politics seems more visible than ever before.