A Boeing 767 has caught fire in Chicago's O'Hare Airport, prompting officials to close the airport.
Iran urges Saudi Arabia and the UAE to stop exploiting Islamic sanctities to advance their own trivial goals.
Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement has rejected Saudis’ claim that the recent missile attack was aimed at the holy city of Mecca.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini will visit Iran and Saudi Arabia this weekend for talks on the Syrian crisis.
Iran says comprehensive international resolve is necessary to uproot terrorism in the Middle East, particularly in Syria.
The Russian defense minister says Moscow is ready to help Iraq stop Takfiri Daesh militants from fleeing the northern Iraqi city of Mosul to neighboring Syria.
A recent report has revealed that 780 Palestinian-owned structures have been destroyed by Israel in Area C of the occupied West Bank since the beginning of the year.
The World Health Organization says the number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen has ballooned to 1,410 within three weeks
The massive assault by foreign-backed militants comes in the wake of a unilateral "humanitarian pause" declared by Syria and Russia in the city.
The UN said Daesh abducted “tens of thousands” of civilians from areas around the Iraqi city of Mosul and are using them as human shields.
World champion Marc Marquez has set the fastest time in practice ahead of the Malaysian MotoGP.
A Mexican artist has made a statue of US presidential candidate Donald Trump as a turkey vulture.
An activist says a UN report on Syria’s use of chlorine gas is an "unsubstantiated accusation" and it supports Washington's plan to have a no-fly zone in the war-torn country.
Tehran is hosting an International Exhibition of Poultry, Livestock and Dairy with many foreign companies in attendance.
An activist says the root cause of the refugee crisis is the wars being waged by NATO and its proxies in different countries around the world.
Russia and China have thrown a monkey wrench into the best-laid US plans for continued global domination, Professor Dennis Etler says.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said Britain should keep its options open on whether or not to leave the European Union.
Late on Thursday night, Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said it had declared Indian diplomat Surjeet Singh persona non grata.
Moscow says a United Nations-led investigation accusing Syria of using chemical arms is full of contradictions and lacks solid proof from its claims.
Yemeni forces have reportedly fired a ballistic missile at Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah airport, causing extensive damage.
The agreement comes after years of diplomatic wrangling and high-level talks between the US and Russia, which have rejected the idea in the past.
The world's nuclear powers vote against a United Nations resolution to launch talks on banning nukes.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has called on Saudi Arabia to reduce its reliance on oil.
The Union Cycliste Internationale has named the national Iranian men’s cycling team as the best in Asia.
The passing away of Thailand’s king has put the country into an uncertain state.
This episode of The Debate is about NATO’s biggest military build-up in Eastern Europe near Russia’s borders since the Cold War.
In this episode of Press Plus, we are going to learn more about the symptoms of suicidal feelings.
The crisis in Syria is getting more complicated since Turkey launched its offensive in the north of the Arab country.
This episode of The Debate is about Washington's policy in Syria.
This year, it has embarked on an online census for the first time, expecting to set a record of 30%.