A military source says Yemeni forces fired several rockets at the vessel and destroyed it near the Red Sea port city of Mokha.
Russia says arming militants in Syria by the US will lead to 9/11-style attacks.
Iran considers defending the Palestinian cause to be an unchanging part of its foreign policy, says a senior official.
Bulgaria imposes a nationwide ban on wearing face-covering headdress by Muslim women.
Police release two videos of the fatal shooting of unarmed black man Alfred Olango in El Cajon, California.
Washington and Seoul have to wake up to the fact that the Korean Peninsula is no place to take risks, a top Chinese newspaper says.
Iraqi pro-government Hashd al-Shaabi forces have seized Daesh’s central telecommunication network in Sharqat.
A woman whose husband was killed in the 9/11 attacks has demanded that Saudis pay reparations.
An hour after the deadly incident, some 200 Palestinians staged a protest rally at the Qalandiya checkpoint, which is the main crossing into the West Bank city of Ramallah.
Greece says the Turkish president is endangering the Turkey-Greece relations by deriding Lausanne Treaty.
A former US Senate analyst says Washington has leveled a dangerous threat against Moscow, which may end up with a direct confrontation between the US and Russia.
Bayern Munich have hit the training ground ahead of their Bundesliga match against FC Cologne.
Reports have emerged that Paris Saint-Germain are interested in Juventus's Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's latest gift to the residents of Pyongyang is a renovated zoo that boasts everything from elephants and tigers to dogs and model dinosaurs.
The 26th edition of the annual Monaco Yacht Show is underway in the iconic Port Hercules.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says she is opposed to a second independence referendum in Scotland.
Obama is afraid that if Americans vote according to their conscience and their interests, it would be the "death knell" of the Democratic and Republican parties.
Police on Friday raided three Istanbul courthouses and a prison to arrest suspects linked to the failed July coup in the country.
A FARC commander offers another official apology to the local community of the town of Bojaya, where a rebel attack killed 119 civilians back in 2002.
The jets took off from the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean.
Environment ministers from all the EU states have agreed to a fast-track, collective ratification of the Paris Agreement.
Italian police in Naples recover two Van Gogh paintings stolen during a raid on an Amsterdam museum 14 years ago.
The Russian energy minister says the recent deal reached by the OPEC countries on curbing oil production was “positive.”
OPEC has reportedly reached a deal to cut its production to 32.5 million barrels per day from November.
This episode of The Debate discusses the US threats against Russia over targeting foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants in Syria.
The Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte inherited an economy that grew faster than China in the first quarter. What does Duterte have to do next?
This episode of The Debate, discusses the congressional override of US President Barack Obama's veto of a bill that will allow legal action against Saudi Arabia over the 9/11 attacks.
Watch Press TV’s full interview with Shahindokht Molaverdi, Iran's vice-president for women and family affairs.
Family is of paramount importance in Islam and Islamic states. There are numerous Islamic teachings regarding the rearing of children and the appropriate behavior toward wives.
This edition of The Debate discusses the US nuclear weapons policy.