Valfajr Torpedo is fired from Navy’s Qadir submarine and successfully hits the designated target.
The UN aid chief warns that Yemen faces a “serious risk of famine,” saying more funds are needed for life-saving operations in the war-torn state.
The Syrian opposition seeks to meet with Russian officials on the sidelines of the conflict resolution talks underway in Geneva.
Government troops and their allied forces make fresh gains against Daesh in western Mosul.
Local residents living near a site designated for the installment of a US missile system sue the Defense Ministry.
President Trump says his predecessor is behind the protests and the intelligence leaks against him.
The suspect in last week’s shooting in Kansas, which left an Indian engineer dead, was arraigned in court with first-degree murder.
Figures show that imports of Iran’s crude oil by Asia's four main buyers increased by about 70 percent in January.
Palestinian rights groups condemn Israel for denying a Human Rights Watch a work permit in the occupied territories.
Russian President Putin has struck a deal with neighboring Tajikistan to bolster security at the Tajik-Afghan border.
An Islamic scholar criticizes West's mainstream media for refusing to cover stories about American Muslims, who raised money to repair Jewish cemeteries in two US states.
President Trump’s proposed boost in military spending is a "preposterous" move which would have a reverse effect on global security, a political analyst says.
Steve Johnson has also reached Round 2 of the Mexico Open, with straight victory over fellow American John Isner.
David Goffin has booked his spot in the 2nd round of the Mexico Open, following a Straight Sets Victory over Stephane Robert.
Trump's presidency has emboldened the Israeli premier to beef up his settlement activities in occupied Palestinian territories, a political analyst says.
The UK police are overwhelmed by the sheer volume of child sex abuse reports, authorities say.
South Korea’s special prosecutor’s office indicted Samsung Group chief and four other executives for bribery and embezzlement on Tuesday.
The International Monetary Fund praises Iran’s impressive economic recovery after the removal of multiple-year sanctions.
Foreign Minister Zarif says reforms are needed to make the Economic Cooperation Organization more efficient.
Germany plans to help Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania establish Russian-language media outlets to counter “disinformation” by Russian channels.
The Iranian and Iraqi national football teams are going to play a behind-closed-doors friendly match at Tehran’s Azadi Stadium on March 18.
Unknown sources say Saudi Arabia expects crude prices to rise to $60 per barrel.
Iranian cyclist Amir Hossein Jamshidiyan earns a bronze medal at the 37th edition of Asian Cycling Championships in Bahrain.
SpaceX announces plans to take two tourists on a flight around the Moon in 2018.
The very origins of the word democracy from ancient Greek, Demos Kratos, literally means 'people power.'
This edition of The Debate is about the future of Israeli-Palestinian conflict under US President Donald Trump.
Some 5,000 people lose their lives when Iraq’s former Ba’athist regime dropped chemical bombs on Halabja.
Many travellers opt to bypass Kashan on their journeys between Tehran, Isfahan, and Yazd, but we counsel you not to do so.
This episode of the Debate discusses whether President Donald Trump's policies are fanning the flames of hate crimes in the United States.
There are growing signs that Afghanistan is getting closer to its powerful neighbor China militarily, economically and politically.