A sanctions bill targeting Iran and Russia has hit a new hiccup in US Congress, says the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
The Israeli military says it targeted a Syrian army position after errant mortar fire landed in the occupied Golan Heights during a visit by the Israeli prime minister.
Russia says it will react "in proportion" to any US military actions against Syria on the pretense of preventing a chemical attack.
The US is playing with fire in Syria, a senior Iranian official warns.
Iraqi government forces have recaptured two neighborhoods in the heart of Mosul’s Old City.
Iran says it will not hesitate to battle terrorism.
A Qatari rights group says Swiss lawyers will be hired to sue its Arab neighbors over a Saudi-imposed siege.
Hamas announces the construction of a buffer zone along Egypt’s border, in what is seen as a sign of better ties.
The EU extends for another 6 months its economic sanctions on Russia over the conflict in Ukraine.
Mattis says Putin is undermining the post-WWII peace and security order in the world.
US President Donald Trump’s fake cover on a TIME issue has triggered clarification from the magazine about how to tell bogus ones from originals.
Critics question intentions of some senior Israeli officials who have long pushed the idea of building an artificial island off the coast of Gaza.
Members of the Shia community in Parachinar continue a sit-in protest after twin attacks killed at least 75 people.
Fake Time cover featuring Trump has been spotted hanging at five of the president's clubs.
The naval destroyer is equipped with new air defense, anti-missile, anti-ship, and anti-submarine systems.
urkey’s Southeastern Anatolia Project has faced international criticism in different stages of its development.
Divisions grow further between the European Union and the United States over President Trump's decision to pull his country out of the Paris climate agreement.
A new Saudi war crime in Yemen; Warplanes targeted a village of fishermen in the Dhubab District on the coast of the Red Sea.
The Barclays bank branch in Enfield, London has turned the site of the world’s first ATM into gold to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
A political expert says the United States may have given carte blanche to Saudi Arabia to kill the Yemeni people.
The national Iranian men's sitting volleyball team sinks Japan 3-0 at the 2017 ParaVolley Asia Oceania Sitting Volleyball Championships.
Iran’s national under-21 volleyball team goes down to Cuba at the second round of the 2017 FIVB Volleyball Men's U21 World Championship in the Czech Republic.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has reduced its growth forecasts for the US economy and also says the dollar is overvalued by 20 percent.
This episode of The Debate discusses the US Supreme Court's decision to allow a partial travel ban on Muslims to take effect.
While the UK is witnessing a surge in anti-Muslim hate crime reports, official data shows the wide extent of Islamophobic attacks long before the recent terrorist acts.
This edition of the program talks about Boko Haram terror threats in Nigeria and the inability of the government to contain the Takfiri group.
This edition of the program is about the International Quds Day.
This edition of The Debate is about the hurdles the US Republicans are facing in the way of repealing Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act.
The Israeli regime’s decades-long animosity toward Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has intensified since the start of Syria’s conflict in 2011.