Abdul-Ghani Asadi, the commander of the Iraqi army’s anti-terrorism contingent, made the announcement on Monday.
A massive explosion causes casualties at a chamber of commerce building in the southwestern Turkish city of Antalya.
At least 59 Pakistani police cadets and trainers have been killed after militants attacked a police college in southwestern Pakistan.
Hamas reacts to threats made by Israeli minister for military affairs over destroying the Palestinian resistance movement.
The British government says it has removed Bank Saderat Iran from the list of sanctioned entities and has also unfrozen the assets of the key Iranian bank.
The US ambassador to the Philippines says that America needs to stay in the southern parts of the country to curb militancy.
Hillary Clinton’s national lead over Donald Trump has shrunk to 5 points with the Election Day just two weeks away.
The attack by Somalia's Takfiri militants is the second of its kind in the northeast town of Mandera in less than a month.
Nearly 2,000 Rohingya Muslims are forced to abandon their homes, following recent attacks on Myanmar;s border security forces.
Brazilians say President Temer's reform plans, known as PEC 241, are on course to curb spending, especially on health and education.
France and other Western countries complaining about the refugee influx are actually facing the result of their interventionist agenda in the Middle East and elsewhere, an analyst says.
Japanese No. 1 Kei Nishikori has posted a straight sets win over Serbian Dusan Lajovic to go through to 2nd round of the Swiss Indoors tournament in Basel.
The idea of forming a monolithic bloc named the European Union was destined for failure from the beginning, a political analyst says.
The 30-man shortlist for the 2016 Ballon d’Or award has been revealed with 5-time winner Lionel Messi being once again among the players in contention for the prize.
Officials from the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics have held a press conference in Moscow.
Iran says it expects to become self-sufficient in gasoline production during the next Persian calendar year (March 2017-2018).
The United Nation Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) disbursed the money among 242 refugee families in Gaza.
Hillary Clinton will be president because the Empire has chosen her, American writer Daniel Patrick Welch says.
The US might try to topple the government of Philippines after President Duterte announced “separation” from Washington, Ron Paul says.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Iraqi forces should conduct the probe to determine who was behind the deadly Friday airstrike.
Iran’s national youth team gains entry to the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup in South Korea.
Russia's Energy Minister Alexander Novak says Moscow will reach a deal with OPEC over a solution to stabilize oil prices.
Two Saudi officials have warned that the kingdom could go bankrupt unless further spending cuts are implemented to trim the public sector.
Head coach of Iran's national beach soccer team announces the final roster for Samsung Beach Soccer Intercontinental Cup Dubai 2016.
This edition of The Debate is about the consequences of Britain's departure from the European Union.
Commemorating the tragedy of Karbala is deeply rooted in Persian traditions and art. The manifestation is at its peak during the month of Muharram.
In this episode of Food for Thought, Professor Tariq Ramadan talks about the contemporary ethical challenges facing Muslims in Western societies.
This episode of The Debate discusses the UK support for Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen.
The president of the Philippines is increasingly projecting himself as a firebrand leader with a clear anti-US mentality.
After Boris Johnson’s reaction to Russian Air Force hammering terrorist strongholds in Aleppo, the word Russian imperialism is branded and widely used in the British mainstream media.