The White House is warning conservative lawmakers to follow US President Donald Trump’s agenda in the wake of a recent embarrassment over healthcare.
Tehran places 15 US companies on its sanctions list over their support for Israeli terrorist acts and crimes against Palestinians.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says German authorities are fascists because they tolerate swastikas being drawn on mosques in the country.
The US said Saturday that it had carried out a strike on a location in west Mosul on March 17 at which civilians were reportedly killed but Iraqi officials referred to more than one day of strikes.
Two years into the bloody military aggression, Yemenis flood the streets of Sana’a to condemn Riyadh’s crimes and carnage.
As guarantors of the Syria-wide truce, Tehran, Moscow and Ankara should urgently help salvage the ceasefire in the face of renewed fighting, the UN says.
Iran says Turkey is leveling accusations against other countries to defend its meddlesome and expansionist policies.
The Central Bank of Iran says it will appeal Luxembourg's decision to seize $1.6 billion of its assets.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry says war and bloodshed must immediately end in Yemen.
Moscow says Paris' optimism on the imminent recapture of the Daesh-held Syrian city is divorced from reality.
In an effort to avoid more fights with Donald Trump, aides to US House Speaker Paul Ryan say the president’s recent tweet “had nothing to do” with the Wisconsin Republican.
The spokesman for the Iraqi Joint Operations Command said the defense ministry has opened the investigation.
The US Senate has voted to overturn Internet privacy laws aimed at protecting personal information.
Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich describes President Trump as “incompetent” and "a liar” who could “may well be a traitor.”
Neighbors of Ivanka Trump are speaking up against the the new comers following President Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election.
Activists have marched in London on the second anniversary of the Saudi war on Yemen.
Iranians in South Korea have celebrated the Persian New Year known as Nowruz.
Yemenis have rallied in Sana’a to denounce the ongoing Saudi war on their country. The rally was held as the Saudi war enters its third year.
The Russian capital is celebrating the Persian New Year in the country’s largest ethnographic park, Etonimr.
Rallies against and in support of president Donald Trump have taken place across the United States.
Iranian Greco-Roman wrestlers have collected two medals at the 2017 edition of Hungarian Grand Prix Imre Polyák Memorial.
The Islamic Republic of Iran Athletics Federation is going to host the first edition of International Tehran Marathon on April 7.
Milad Tower in Tehran has joined other iconic buildings and monuments around the world plunging into darkness on Saturday to mark Earth Hour.
Two young girls, a two-year-old and a four-year old have been found “brutally” stabbed in the US State of North Carolina.
Fresh indications have emerged that foreign players are already deepening their involvement in the Syrian conflict.
South Koreans hope for change under a new president, which could lead to better relations with North Korea.
This episode of The Debate discusses Donald Trump's failure to repeal and replace Obamacare.
British universities have been accused of undermining freedom of speech after cancelling events organized by students as part of Israel Apartheid Week.
This episode of Islam and Life is about the importance of marriage in Islam.
This edition of The Debate discusses the release of Egypt's ousted president Hosni Mubarak from prison.