The death toll from a powerful quake in central Italy reaches 247.
The Israeli military says it has closed a file on its shelling of a United Nations school in the southern Gaza town of Rafah during Tel Aviv's 50-day war on the besieged territory in 2014.
A 10-hour armed attack on the American University of Afghanistan leaves 14 people killed.
The Leader of the Islamic Revolution says economic problems are of highest priority for the country and should be addressed urgently.
Iran’s says it has always supported the stability and independence of Latin American countries.
American jets targeting the Syrian city of Raqqah may have killed an unknown number of civilians during an airstrike, the US Central Command says.
Syria will never "reach democracy" under the leadership of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, says Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Iran expresses condolences to the Italian government and nation over a deadly earthquake in the country’s central region.
An African American man has been shot by US police in the state of Indiana, where he remains hospitalized to fight for his life.
Syria denounces Turkey’s recent military incursion into the Syrian territory, saying the offensive violates the Arab country's sovereignty.
Zion Harvey is the first child to receive a double hand transplant in the US.
A US Muslim woman from Dearborn, Michigan has been inaugurated as a law enforcement officer in the city.
Things seem to change after polls show him behind his democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
An analyst says Turkey has deployed ground forces into Syria to attack the Kurds and the idea that it had any intention to fight Daesh or join the war on terror is nothing more than a ploy.
Britain’s Labour Party leadership contest is in full swing.
Julian Assange says Wikileaks plans to release more information linked to the campaign of Hillary Clinton.
Germany is mulling the removal of its six Tornado jets from Turkey's Incirlik Air Base, says a report.
Muslim British Ali Dharas, who was recently forced off a plane along with his two scarf-wearing sisters, tell Press TV of his plight.
Photos showing French police enforcing a ban on burkini stir widespread public anger.
An earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter Scale strikes Myanmar, with tremors felt in Bangladesh, India and Thailand.
The Iranian men’s national beach soccer team defeats Japan 5-1 to progress to the final match of the first edition of the Continental Tournament.
The Iranian men’s national 7-a-side football team has been awarded a sport at the upcoming Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
The Iranian men's national futsal team beats Japan in its last match at the four-nation tournament in Thailand.
The Iran national beach soccer team has defeated Bahrain 10-1 at the first edition of the Continental Tournament in China.
A group that campaigns for stricter arms sales controls has slammed Western powers including the US, UK and France over breaking international law by selling weapons to Saudi Arabia.
This edition of The Debate discusses the Turkish incursion into Syria.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani came to power when the country was under severe sanctions. Inflation had hit 40%, unemployment and stagnation were soaring. He did what he could to ameliorate the situation.
The battle for power in South Africa has entered a new era. The ruling ANC recently lost local elections in South Africa’s governing capital of Pretoria.
This edition of The Debate is about arms sales to Saudi Arabia by the western countries amid Riyadh's airstrikes on Yemen.
The war in Syria this past week moved toward a serious escalation over the flashpoint city of Hasakah.