US President Donald Trump names a new national security advisor following the resignation of his first pick and the refusal of the second.
Secretary general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement praises Iran for its support of the Palestinian people.
For the first time ever Saudi Arabia appoints a woman as the CEO of a major commercial bank.
A retired police officer claims that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte used to pay him and other police officers to murder criminals.
At least 110 civilians were killed by Turkish airstrikes in the Daesh-held Syrian city of al-bab over the past two weeks, says a monitoring group.
Breitbart editor and far-right writer Milo Yiannopoulos has apologized over his comments in favor of pedophilia.
Russia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin dies at the age of 64.
British Members of Parliament are debating US President Donald Trump's state visit to the UK, amid protests against the trip.
Authorities in Turkey detain more than 1,500 people for questioning over suspected links to militant groups.
Iraqi forces regain control over eight villages west of the strategic northern city of Mosul.
Thousands have held “Not My President Day” rallies across the United States, voicing opposition to President Donald Trump's policies.
People in the UK have held nationwide rallies urging the government to withdraw an offer of a state visit to US President Donald Trump.
Members of two major Yemeni tribes have held rallies, with arms in their hands, in denunciation of Saudi strikes against civilian gatherings in their country.
South Koreans will go to the polls later this year to choose a new president. One of the sticking points among contenders is the fate of the Kei Sung Industrial Complex.
East African countries are experiencing unusually high food prices due to a severe drought that has stricken the region.
Despite remarks by Defense Secretary James Mattis, US presence in Iraq is aimed at “stealing oil,” an analyst says.
The CIA is the “world’s leading illicit drug trafficker”, an American analyst says.
Before arriving on an unannounced visit to Baghdad, US Defense Secretary James Mattis has said Americans are “not in Iraq to seize” its oil.
Eurofer said last week that Iranian exports to Europe had leapt to more than 1 million tonnes annually and that the EU was investigating alleged dumping.
The United States’ accusations against Iran over “destabilizing” the Middle East are “laughable,” says a former Congressional staffer.
Iranian professional soccer club Esteghlal Khuzestan defeats Al-Fateh of Saudi Arabia in 2017 AFC Champions League.
More weapons were sold across the globe between 2012 and 2016 than any other five-year period since 1990, according to Sipri.
The IRIWF says competitors from 20 countries are going to participate in the second edition of International Fajr Cup in Ahvaz, southwestern Iran.
The Iranian men’s national rollball team has progressed to the quarterfinals of the fourth edition of Rollball World Cup in Bangladesh.
This edition of The Debate focuses on the prospect of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the wake of Donald Trump's presidency.
Snow volleyball has come to Asia for the very first time this winter. And the magnificent slopes of the Alborz mountain range are hosting the international event.
In this episode of Food for Thought, Professor Tariq Ramadan talks about the importance of common principles and rights in pluralistic societies.
This edition of The Debate discusses the comments made by UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura who ruled out any military solution to the crisis in Syria.
The White House has been plagued by controversies since Republican President Donald Trump took office on January 20.
The latest Global Peace Index report has found that 2016 was a bad year for international peace and security.