As Saudi war enters its third year, millions of malnourished Yemeni children are teetering between life and death, UNICEF warns.
Russia calls for a UNSC briefing over a recent US airstrike on west Mosul that claimed the lives of over 200 people as Pentagon is analyzing over 700 video feeds to blame someone else for it.
US officials say North Korea carried out another test of a rocket engine on Friday.
The Iranian president says relations between Iran and Russia play an effective role in promoting regional and international stability and security.
The Gaza-based resistance movement says it ‘won’t sit quietly’ in the face of the Israeli assassination of its senior commander.
The US president fails to show up at the annual conference of the powerful pro-Israel lobbying group in Washington, DC.
Key Democratic figure Senator Bernie Sanders lambasts US President Donald Trump’s proposed budget over its “draconian cuts " in the education and environment sectors.
Australia’s northeastern coastline is hit hard as Cyclone Debbie makes landfall.
Defense Secretary James Mattis asks the White House to lift restrictions on US military support for the Saudi-led war against Yemen.
Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon holds a meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May ahead of Britain’s exit from the European Union.
Ahmed Kathrada was South Africa's celebrated anti-apartheid activist and one of Nelson Mandela’s closest colleagues in the struggle against white rule.
Texas and 12 other states are taking legal actions to keep Trump's Muslim ban in place.
The US, UK, and France will boycott the UN negotiations aimed at creating a nuclear weapons ban treaty, Ambassador Nikki Haley says.
Donald Trump has reportedly called on Angela Merkel to clear Germany’s $375 billion debt to NATO.
Along with Iranians, hundreds of millions of people around the world observe the millennia-old festivity that celebrates the rebirth of nature.
More than 100 countries have gathered at the United Nations General Assembly for a conference on a global nuclear weapons ban.
India plans to seal its borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh as part of efforts to resolve certain issues including terrorism.
The Portland Trail Blazers defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 97-81 Sunday night at the Staples Center.
Yemen’s agriculture has been among sectors hardest-hit by two years of Saudi war, with Yemeni officials estimating that it has suffered a 20 billion-dollar loss.
The Syrian army has resumed its offensive on Qaboun which is a stronghold of al-Nusra Front terrorists.
A 100-kilogram gold coin worth $4 million, bearing an image of Queen Elizabeth II, is stolen from a museum in Germany.
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.
It is coming up to 60 years since the creation of the EU, which was based on the desire to create peace and stability.
This episode of The Debate discusses the US support for Israel.
The Moore-Pele embrace was a historic moment and an iconoclastic move.
In this episode of Food for Thought, Professor Tariq Ramadan talks about contest for our rights and racism in different societies.
This episode of ED will expose the lower end of Britain’s economic ladder and show how poverty is becoming the norm for millions of people.
Different parts of Iran celebrate the Persian New Year, adding a touch of their own regional traditions.