Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ended a tour of Arab countries fighting one another in a diplomatic war, without contributing to a resolution of the dispute.
The UN warned that recent tensions caused by restrictions imposed on the al-Aqsa Mosque may have a catastrophic outcome.
The Iranian Judiciary chief says the US must swiftly release jailed Iranians and billions of dollars of Iran's assets.
A guard at the Israeli embassy in Jordan who recently killed two Jordanians has returned to Israel, evading questioning that had been initially sought by Amman.
Amnesty International calls on Saudi Arabia to halt the executions of 14 individuals who were sentenced to death following a “grossly unfair mass trial.”
Just a quarter of the US population is sure President Donald Trump will manage to stay in the White House by the end of his term, a new poll shows.
Watch an Egyptian army tank runs over an explosive-laden vehicle in the restive Sinai Peninsula.
The Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says its fight against Takfiri militant groups along the border with Syria is 'nearing its end.'
A powerful explosion claims the lives of at least 26 people in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore.
Russian army says it has established military posts to monitor a ceasefire in a safe zone east of Syrian capital Damascus.
US President Trump has called The Washington Post a "lobbyist weapon" for American tech giant Amazon.
Senior White House adviser Jared Kushner says President Trump won the 2016 election because he ran a "smarter campaign.”
Hundreds of New Yorkers have expressed solidarity with Palestinians in a rally at Times Square.
The US feigns concerns for the human rights across the world, but destroys countries and kills their men, women and children, Professor Dennis Etler says,
Speculation has been rife in Iranian media outlets about what Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s next cabinet line-up will look like.
Fresh cracks appear in ties between Pakistan and the United States after Washington withheld the remainder of a military reimbursement fund to Islamabad.
The independence referendum fervor has reached its height in Iraq’s Kurdistan region, with most local media outlets praising a Yes vote.
The honeymoon period for France’s new president Emmanuel Macron appears to be over as his approval rating has plunged by 10 points.
A group of Iraqi students in Iran have organized a ceremony to celebrate the liberation of Mosul from Daesh terrorists.
The trial of 17 reporters and executives from a Turkish opposition newspaper has begun in the city of Istanbul.
The profits of the second quarter of the year for Google parent company Alphabet drop in the wake of an anti-trust fine by the European Union.
The Republican science chairman at the US House of Representatives has praised what he refers to as the positive impacts of climate change for agriculture.
Iranian speed climber Reza Alipour Shenazandifard finishes first at the World Games 2017 in Poland.
The Iran national under-23 football team loses to Oman and bids farewell to the 2018 AFC U-23 Championship qualification.
This episode of The Debate is about Donald Trump’s relations with Russia.
The Boycott, Sanctions and Divestment Movement is under attack; this time by US lawmakers.
The Trump administration has announced the largest crackdown on healthcare fraud schemes totaling more than $1 billion.
In big cities like Tehran, bookstores are the perfect getaway for those who wish to spend a few hours on their own reading for pleasure.
This episode of The Debate discusses the latest Israeli violations in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Claiming Britain is now regarded as an endemic surveillance society is nothing new.