Twin bomb attacks rip through the Turkish city, killing 29 people and wounding 166 others.
Divisions surface between FBI and CIA over possible meddling by Russia in the US presidential election.
US President-elect Donald Trump is considering Russia-friendly CEO of Exxon Mobil, Rex Tillerson, for the secretary of state, a report says.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry summons the British envoy to Tehran over Prime Minister Theresa May’s meddlesome remarks.
The Syrian army says it has deployed reinforcements to the ancient city of Palmyra to stop Daesh from advancing further toward the city.
A bomb blast kills at least 45 soldiers loyal to former President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi in Yemen’s southern city of Aden.
The US cannot guarantee the arms being sent to militants in Syria will not fall into hands of Daesh, the State Department says.
Iran's chief Armed Forces spokesman says the Iranian military forces will give a tough response to any US aggression.
Initially imposed in November last year, the state of emergency has already been extended four times in France.
Gambia's ruler rejects presidential poll results, reversing his earlier concession of defeat.
A conference in London warns the British government that state-sanctioned Islamophobia will eventually lead to hate attacks on the streets.
The Syrian government continues to evacuate civilians from the eastern part of the city of Aleppo.
A prominent rights group in Turkey has commemorated the International Day against Corruption and International Human Rights Day.
Afghan people mark the occasion, which coincides with the auspicious birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad.
Real Madrid have set a 35-game unbeaten run record, by staging a late comeback to beat Deportivo la Coruna 3-2.
The elections are likely to hand power back to the leftist Social Democrats.
The Pentagon is drawing up proposals to offer to Donald Trump to intensify the military campaign in Iraq and Syria, officials say.
US President-elect Donald Trump’s appointment of former CIA director David Petraeus as secretary of state would be “outrageous,” a former US diplomat says.
A court in Turkey ruled that litigation must be dropped against four Israeli military officials over a commando raid that killed 10 Turkish humanitarian aid workers in 2010.
Donald Trump has announced that Rudy Giuliani will not join his incoming administration.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is expected to clinch a deal with non-OPEC producers to reduce oil output.
French squash player Auguste Dussourd has been named the champion of the first edition of the International Navy Martyrs Memorial Squash Tournament in Tehran.
Iranian wrestling club Sina Sanat Izeh has ranked first at the third edition of the Greco-Roman Club World Cup in Hungary.
The projects will produce 285 megawatts of wind power in China.
This episode of The Debate discusses the impacts of the liberation of Syria's Aleppo.
Fidel Castro passed away at the age of 90, leaving behind and island nation that had just opened up to the US.
Allah says in the Holy Qur’an: “And hold fast by the covenant of Allah all together and be not disunited.”
This episode of The Debate discusses the Syrian army's advances in Aleppo.
Boris Johnson once again has proved his unwavering support for the Saudi war on Yemen, saying " a threshold has not been crossed” by Riyadh.
Personal standards are nothing more than a set of behaviors. These behaviors are built upon expectations you have of yourself in a variety of situations.