US senators have introduced a bill that would impose tighter sanctions against Iran over its ballistic missile tests.
The Syrian government holds Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Qatar responsible for the escalated fighting in the Jobar district of Damascus.
Terrified Iraqi families fleeing fierce fighting in Mosul are giving their children sedatives to avoid discovery by Daesh terrorists.
The British police have identified the attacker who struck in the heart of London on Wednesday as 52-year-old Khalid Masood.
WikiLeaks reveals the CIA has been targeting the iPhone since 2008, a year after the landmark device was released.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry censures the terror attack that left four people dead and 40 others wounded outside the UK Parliament.
Iran keeps its unbeaten run in Asia’s qualifying tournament for the FIFA World Cup with a 1-0 away victory over Qatar.
Britain has sent the first group of its tanks and other armored vehicles to NATO’s bases in Estonia.
China hopes that the entry into service of Japan's second biggest helicopter carrier, the Kaga, does not mean a return to the country's past militaristic history.
At least 100 soldiers and mercenaries are killed and injured in Yemeni retaliatory attacks on military positions in Saudi regions in less than two days.
A video footage shows an Israeli police officer physically assaulting and injuring several Palestinians in the occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds.
Iran says it is implementing a landmark project to divert water from the Gulf of Oman to its central plateau.
Thousands of striking teachers hold a large rally in the Argentinian capital, Buenos Aires, to demand pay rises.
The home belongs to the family of Fadi al-Qanbar, who drove a truck into a group of Israeli troops and killed four of them on January 8.
People across Ireland have held a vigil to pay tribute to Martin MacGuinness, the late deputy first minister and the ex-commander of the Irish Republican Army (IRA).
Tennnis players are used to being interrupted on court by noises from the crowd and bad weather conditions amongst others. But you’d be surprised to see how a reptile found itself at the center of attention.
After a season that saw temperatures soar at the North Pole, the Arctic has less sea ice at winter’s end than ever before in nearly four decades of satellite measurements.
Four people have been killed and at least 40 others injured outside the UK Parliament after an assailant rammed a car into pedestrians and stabbed a police officer.
Former Liverpool captain, coach and caretaker manager, Ronnie Moran has died at the age of 83 after a short battle with illness and dementia.
Baseem Abu Ramadan is an exile in Gaza. He has been there for over a year and a half and has been denied permit to reunite with his family.
UNICEF predicts that 25 percent of children may live in areas with severely limited water resources by 2040, endangering their lives.
US tech giant Google has released a set of tools it says are designed to protect elections globally.
Iranian athletes receive six medals at the 9th Fazza IPC Athletics Grand Prix Competition in Dubai, the UAE.
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GM foods have made their ways into Iran; however, like some other countries which have banned the use of these products, Iranian authorities are supporting organic foods against GM ones.