At least 55 people have been killed and nearly 600 others wounded in a train derailment in Cameroon.
The official denied claims by US Defense Secretary Carter that Baghdad and Ankara had agreed “in principle” to allow Turkish involvement in the battle for Mosul.
Italian police have closed three improvised mosques in the capital, Rome, in recent months.
At least 15 women are killed and scores of civilians injured in a US-led airstrike against a mourning procession in Iraq’s northern province of Kirkuk.
Six people were killed in airstrikes by Saudi warplanes on the provinces of Sa'ada and Amran.
Iranian official says foreign patrons of terror are trying to save it from imminent death in Iraq and Syria.
Donald Trump says the US is hated around the world, driving traditional allies to the arms of China and Russia.
A Russian copter carrying 22 people on board has crash-landed in the country's Siberia region.
Iraq's top Shia cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani urges forces battling Daesh in Mosul to protect civilians.
The Pentagon wants to keep its alliance with Philippines despite the fact that the country's president announced "separation" from the US.
Mark Cavendish moves into overall race lead at the 2016 Abu Dhabi Tour after stage two victory.
Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg clocks the quickest time in second practice session at the US Grand Prix.
To football and Barcelona’s forward Neymar has put pen to paper at last to sign a new contract with the Catalans.
Britain's Cal Crutchlow has topped the time-sheets in a rain soaked first practice session ahead of the Australian MotoGP.
Swedish researchers have finished working on a 3D model of a home in the ancient Roman town of Pompeii.
Philippine President Duterte’s announcement of his country’s “separation” from the US is a “major blow to US imperial ambitions in Asia."
A US Navy warship conducts an operation near an island claimed by China in the South China Sea.
Hillary Clinton will “thump” Donald Trump in the electoral college but if so many voters stay home or vote for a third party, the election will turn out to be an "historical embarrassment".
The US has been refusing to separate terrorists from what it describes as "moderate" militants.
Tehran urges the Manama regime to set the stage for “comprehensive dialog” with opposition instead of using force.
Figures released by the US Energy Department show that the country’s imports of crude oil have increased for the first time in six years.
Insurance firms say they expect to see a major opening in the Iranian market in 2017.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has kept its interest rates at record lows.
Saudi Arabia has launched the sale of $17.5 billion of debt in what would be the largest emerging-market bond issue.
This episode of The Debate discusses the current political situation in Lebanon.
Press TV’s full interview with Hossein Amir-Abdollahin, an adviser to the Iranian parliament speaker.
It is not like old times anymore: Saudi Arabia, one of the world’s top producers of oil, is suffering. The kingdom is feeling the pinch of low oil prices.
This episode of The Debate discuses US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s claim that the upcoming election will be rigged.
Thousands of Iraqi forces are advancing on a number of strategic villages east of Mosul, the last strong hold of Daesh terrorists in Iraq.
The Internet has led a lot of people spend too much time in front of the computer, so much so that it becomes the center of their live.