Polls conducted ahead of the US 2016 presidential election “do not matter,” as “electoral rigging” could always change the result of the vote in favor of the other party, says an analyst.
Germans gather in protest of Berlin’s policies aimed mass deportation of Afghan refugees.
Ayatollah Khamenei says the decrease in global oil prices was leverage to exert pressure on states independent from the US.
The UK is training Saudi pilots amid reports of war crimes in Yemen.
The Syrian army slams Turkey's fresh incursion as a 'dangerous escalation and flagrant breach' of its sovereignty.'
There are reports that elements in Mosul have agreed to kill members of Daesh, says a KRG official.
The call comes as Iraq continues with a massive operation to retake Mosul, the last Daesh bastion in the country.
Russia says its embassy in London is “shrinking” because of extended delays by British authorities in issuing visas to diplomats.
An appeals court in Egypt upholds a 20-year prison sentence against former president Mohamed Morsi.
Protesters burn a US flag and urge Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to terminate military agreements with Washington.
The Supreme Council of the World Assembly of Islamic Awakening is holding a conference in the Iraqi capital Baghdad under the title “Together with Iraq, to eradicate terrorism and Takfir”.
An analyst says the Kremlin is spot-on in its comments about Syria because wherever the US intervenes, it becomes a failed state that provides the ground for the spread of terrorist groups.
Israeli settlers have razed a large tract of privately owned land near an illegal settlement in a town in the occupied Nablus.
An activist says Iran is a major player in the Middle East and it is a mistake to exclude it in solving the regional problems.
A 4 year old Russian girl who speaks 7 languages fluently has stunned audiences on a TV show.
Many countries are distancing from the American Empire because it is “falling apart”, an American analyst says.
Bahrain is set to auction off the assets of the country’s al-Wefaq opposition group, which has been dissolved.
China evacuates nearly 50,000 people in southern provinces as Typhoon Haima moves inland.
Thousands in Australia take part in nationwide rallies in support of refugees.
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.
Iran’s Payame Noor University team has notched up two consecutive wins in the 3x3 FISU World University League 2016 in China.
Iran defeats South Korea 28-22 to become the first finalists of the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup in India.
Iranian Paralympic shooter Sareh Javanmardidodmani has received the IPC Athlete of the Month award for September 2016.
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.
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.