Major negotiators agree to a cessation of hostilities in Syria set to begin in a week and to provide rapid humanitarian access to besieged Syrian towns.
Yemeni forces kill at least 20 Saudi soldiers in the kingdom’s Jizan region.
Thousands of people stage rallies in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain to mark the 40th day since the execution of prominent cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr by Saudi Arabia.
Riyadh urges the UN and the global aid groups to remove staff from northern Yemen amid Saudi air raids.
Pentagon chief Ashton Carter says NATO mulls joining the so-called anti-Daesh coalition led by the US in Syria and Iraq.
Pakistan detains nearly 100 militant operatives belonging to various terrorist groups, a military spokesman says.
A UN rights investigator denounces Israel for using excessive force against Palestinians.
South Korea and the US will begin talks as early as next week on the deployment of an advanced missile system in the South, an official in Seoul says.
South Sudan’s President Kiir reappoints his rival Machar as vice president as part of a peace deal.
A recent report reveals that the death toll from Syria’s foreign-backed conflict stands at 470,000.
Iran’s deputy foreign minister says the nationwide ceasefire in Syria does not include areas held by terrorist groups.
An analyst says Turkey is playing “a weird double game in the tradition of Israel and the United States” on Syria.
Milwaukee Bucks have defeated the visiting Washington Wizards 99-92 in the NBA.
A peace activist says an agreement on the establishment of a ceasefire in Syria is a significant step forward.
A new study by US scientists shows that a strike by a small-sized asteroid could lead to a mini ice age.
The US CIA director says the Daesh terrorist group has used chemical weapons in attacks.
If Jeb Bush is “not dead as a viable candidate, he certainly is in a coma and he is no Lazarus,” a political analyst says.
One Saudi detainee being held at Guantanamo Bay is in desperate need of medical care after the US government's mistreatment, Amnesty International says.
Watch Russia’s flame-throwing RPG-launching drone in action.
The UK plans to increase its naval deployment to the Baltic as part of NATO 'buildup against Russia.'
Scientists detect gravitational waves, confirming Einstein’s general theory of relativity that was presented a century ago.
Boeing is reportedly considering major job eliminations.
See the Russian-designed amphibious “mini monster truck” that can go more or less anywhere.
The UK austerity program or the deficit reduction program by definition comprises a series of sustained reductions in public spending, intended to reduce the government budget deficit and the welfare state.
This edition of The Debate is about the situation in Iran 37 years after the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
The United Nations finally released the findings of an investigation into the detention of Julian Assange.
Forgiving others is essential for spiritual growth. Your experience of someone who has hurt you, while painful, is nothing more than a thought or feeling you carry around.
This episode of The Debate discusses NATO’s military build-up in eastern Europe.
On February 11, 1979, the Iranian monarchy was overthrown after months of public unrest.