Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says Turkey downed a Russian jet over Syria because Moscow has turned the tide against foreign-sponsored militants in the Arab country.
Baku launched a crackdown on Shia Muslims in Azerbaijan’s Nardaran region.
Human Rights Watch has named 21 US officials who should be investigated over torture.
Iraqi popular forces vow to fight against any US troops deployed to the conflict-hit country.
It is time for the BDS movement to address the United States Jewish community, says an American author.
The UN slams an airstrike on a water supply plant in Syria’s Aleppo.
Obama says everyone should know that Turkey is a member of the NATO military alliance, after Ankara shot down a Russian jet in Syria.
NATO is to keep some 12,000 troops in Afghanistan for an extra year in 2016.
Fresh Saudi airstrikes and artillery shelling kill more than a dozen Yemeni civilians.
Iran’s President Rouhani says terrorism has turned into 'a dangerous microbe' that is spreading across the world.
NATO plans to step up measures to boost Turkey’s air defense system on the border with Syria over what the alliance calls security threats.
Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad says peace can be restored to his country only after some Western governments and their regional allies stop supporting terrorists.
Nigeria has hosted a conference on Islamic finance and banking.
Turkey is facing allegations that it's assisting Daesh terrorists in return for cheap oil.
Iranians living in Tajikistan alongside millions of other Shia Muslims in the region have marked Arba’een.
A giant Chinese cloning factory says it is now ready to replicate human beings but has to be “self-restrained” due to a possible public backlash.
US President Barack Obama says he is "confident" that a member of the Democratic Party will succeed him.
Obama is attempting to placate Russia while doubling down in support of Turkey's double dealing, an American political pundit says.
American writer Daniel Patrick Welch has called the Pentagon a sort of “Ministry of Truth” which pursues "a campaign of public relations and outright lies."
China’s manufacturing activity contracts at its fastest rate in more than three years.
German automaker Volkswagen's sales in US market plunge 25 percent in November over the company’s emissions cheating scandal.
Russia says it will restrict imports of Turkish fruit and vegetables as part of a package of new sanctions.
This episode of The Debate is about the substantial rise in Islamophobia in the US.
A battle is raging between the two main political camps in the UK over the war against Takfiri terrorism inside Syria.
Bombing Syria will not rid the country of the terrorists. For starters, The US has to stop Persian Gulf states delivering weapons to the terrorists in Syria and Iraq.
This edition of The Debate focuses on the root causes of terrorism and the West's double standards in the war on terror.
It is the 8th edition of the art exhibition ‘Haft Negah’ here in Tehran and we went there to see some of the spectacular artworks.
In this program, Nazir Liemlahi delivers a speech on the challenge of migration from an ethical perspective.