The Iranian nuclear chief says the country plans to open a nuclear hospital in Tehran within the next 4-5 years if funding is provided.
The bridges on Euphrates River facilitated the movements of hundreds of thousands of violence-stricken civilians in eastern Syria.
This is the first visit by the Kurdish leader to the Iraqi capital in five years.
Egypt's Court of Urgent Matters issues an injunction against the freeze of a deal to hand over two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia.
Handarat’s liberation facilitates the return of thousands of displaced Palestinian refugees to their homes in the camp after some four years.
John Kerry says the US is on the verge of putting an end to Syria talks with Russia.
New Jersey officials fear “mass causalities” as a train slams into a crowded station.
Yemeni forces have reacted to the escalated air campaign by targeting military positions south of Saudi Arabia.
Turkey’s main opposition party is critical of an extension of the state of emergency, saying it would lead to more crackdown.
UNICEF says 75,000 Nigerian children will starve to death if sufficient funds are not raised urgently.
Daredevil skydivers in Austria have attempted to set a new record for the longest swing in the world.
Finally after 15 years of fighting, famous Afghan warlord, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and his Hezb-e-Islami militant group have put down their arms and signed a truce deal with the government in Kabul.
Early Wednesday, former Israeli president Shimon Peres passed away at age of 93. In Israel and some Western countries Peres was hailed as an important figure in peace and the development of Israel.
The Iranian capital Tehran has hosted a memorial ceremony to honor air force personnel who lost their lives during the 1980 to 1988 war waged by former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.
Atletico Madrid have inflicted the first defeat of the season on Bayern Munich as they sealed a 1-0 win at the Vicente Calderon in the Champions League.
Obama says terrorist groups, like al-Qaeda or Daesh, do not represent Islam.
US Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson says Hillary Clinton is most likely to start a nuclear war if elected.
As the main planners of the 9/11 attacks, the US and Israel are trying to hide their tracks by hiding behind Saudi Arabia, says an analyst.
Saudi Arabia wants to put the blame of OPEC inaction in Algiers on Iran after making a calculated offer which it knows will not be acceptable to Tehran.
At its peak, Australia exported almost $1 billion worth of goods to Iran before nuclear sanctions slashed the trade to below $350 million.
OPEC has reportedly reached a deal to cut its production to 32.5 million barrels per day from November.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) says the global trade will expand by merely 1.7 percent in 2016, downgrading a previous estimate of 2.8 percent that it had announced in April.
Iran’s national Futsal team looses 4-3 to Russia and fails to reach the FIFA Futsal World Cup 2016 final.
Billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has outlined a plan for a fully reusable transportation system that will take 100 people to Mars.
Family is of paramount importance in Islam and Islamic states. There are numerous Islamic teachings regarding the rearing of children and the appropriate behavior toward wives.
This edition of The Debate discusses the US nuclear weapons policy.
Saudi Arabia has made a lot of attempts to push Iran to the corner and remove it from regional equations, while giving financial support to terrorists.
This edition of 'The Debate' takes a closer look at the TV duel between the two US presidential contenders.
Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif warns Saudi Arabia of the repercussions of sponsoring terrorist groups in the region.
This edition of The Debate is about Israel's role in the US presidential election.