Iran’s Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani says Turkey made a “big mistake” shooting down a Russian fighter jet near the Syrian border and US made a “bigger mistake” supporting the action.
The survivor of the downed Russian warplane says the Turkish jets did not issue any visual or radio warnings before shooting.
The Syrian forces have made new advances against terrorists across the country, dealing stinging blows to them.
Saudi Arabia used British-made cruise missiles during an attack on a civilian Yemeni factory, rights groups say.
Israel’s request that US should recognize its illegal settlements is itself illegal, says a New York-based author.
An opinion poll shows a whopping percentage of Saudis detest the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.
The US says the deadly airstrike that recently destroyed an Afghan hospital in the northern city of Kunduz was the result of a “human error.”
Yemenis launch new retaliatory attacks, killing a number of Saudi soldiers, media reports say.
Sergei Lavrov says Turkey's downing of a Russian warplane bombing terrorist groups in Syria was a "pre-planned provocation."
The Syrian foreign minister says the killing of a Russian pilot by militants in Syria amounts to a war crime.
France plans to extend its air strikes against Daesh terrorists in Syria.
As the European parliament discusses how to prevent EU citizens join Daesh Takfiri terror group some legislators blame social exclusion for the terror threat currently facing the EU.
The navigator of a Russian fighter jet downed by Turkey is alive.
A Russian pilot who survived the downing of his jet says he received no warnings from the Turkish Air Force. Turkey releases an audio of the apparent warning.
A new report in Britain has found the scale of child sexual abuse is far worse than what people think.
The US and its NATO allies are disrupting Russia’s military campaign in Syria, an act that can lead to an all-out war, an analyst says.
President Obama urges his Turkish counterpart to calm tensions with Russia.
Iran and Russia have signed an agreement worth 1.2 billion euros to electrify a train line, linking north-central Iran to the northeastern border with Turkmenistan, an official says.
Iran expects to bring five LNG projects online in the next three years, including a liquefaction facility which is 60% complete, head of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) says.
All US presidential candidates like Donald Trump are liars who “twist reality to suit their political purpose,” an American political pundit says.
Saudi Arabia has raced ahead of Russia to become the world's leading oil producer even though prices still remain low.
Oil prices retreated Wednesday as official data revealed another rise in US crude stockpiles.
Real-world tests prove Li-Fi data transmitting technology is 100 times faster than the existing Wi-Fi systems.
Iran's national handball team advances to the final qualifier for the Rio 2016 Olympics.
This edition of The Debate is about the tensions between Moscow and Ankara.
Iran is at the forefront of fighting against terrorist groups such as Daesh and the Al-Nusra in Iraq and Syria.
The general elections in Tanzania took place a month ago, yet the political fallout from the heavily contested polls continues.
This episode of The Debate is about Turkey's downing of a Russian fighter jet.
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This edition of The Debate focuses on the US support for the terrorist groups such as Daesh in the Middle East region.