Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th president of the United States at Capitol Hill.
Iraqi army forces have retaken more areas in the eastern and northern parts of Mosul from Takfiri Daesh militants.
Ayatollah Khamenei urges Muslim students in Europe to make an impact on their surroundings and attract more followers to the path of God.
Rescue workers are digging tunnels into the rubble of Tehran’s Plasco Building to save potential survivors.
Protesters have staged demonstrations across Bahrain to denounce the recent execution of three Shia activists in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom.
Turkey says it can no longer insist on the Syrian president’s resignation as a precondition for resolving the crisis in Syria.
Moscow says it seeks to find "effective answers to the challenges of terrorism and other multiple modern challenges first of all."
Hezbollah fighters have targeted a Daesh position on the outskirts of a northeastern border town, inflicting casualties among the ranks of the extremists.
US President-elect Donald Trump says he will unify the country amid more protests against his presidency in Washington, DC, on the eve of his inauguration.
A monitoring group says those killed in the airstrikes were members of the Takfiri Fateh al-Sham terror group.
South Koreans are unsure about the prospect of their country’s ties with the US.
Yemeni rights activists and pro-democracy advocates have staged a rally outside the Saudi embassy in Sana’a.
An activist says the anti-Trump protesters are ignoring the major problem which is America’s debauched political system.
An activist says Trump is not a president that the Americans wanted and he was forced upon the people by the country's two-party system.
A political commentator says the Obama administration has failed to understand properly the rationale behind policies of the Russian government.
With the inauguration of Donald Trump as the US president, an era of utter chaos has begun, an American political analyst says.
US billionaire George Soros says Donald Trump is a “would-be dictator” who is going to fail.
The Israeli military reportedly breaches the Lebanese border to install a spying device near the UN-drawn Blue Line.
The family of a 17-year-old Palestinian teenager recently killed by Israeli forces plan to sue the Israeli officials.
Ron Paul says there is a neoconservative axis in the Senate, which might destroy America by increasing the military spending.
The year 2016 is officially announced as the warmest year on record.
The Iranian president tested products manufactured by three knowledge-based companies.
Prime Minister Abe will soon seek to impose a cap on the number of overtime hours employees can work.
The Iranian men’s national futsal team will play four exhibition games against Croatia and Uzbekistan in April.
Myanmar’s Rakhine State, where Rohingya Muslims are mainly based, is one the poorest places on the planet.
This episode of The Debate discusses The Gambia’s crisis due to former President Jammeh’s refusal to leave office despite his election defeat.
It can be hard to admit to feelings of loneliness. It's not just an issue for the elderly - loneliness is rising among the young. So are we all destined to be lonely?
Are we about to witness fundamental changes in the United State? How is Trump going to lead America? And to what direction?
This episode of The Debate is about the achievements of Iran's nuclear deal a year after its implementation.
Third time truly was a charm for Ghana’s new president, Nana Akufo-Addo, who finally became the west African country's president after two previous failed attempts.