The UN special envoy for Syria calls on Russia, Iran and Turkey to restart the Astana talks to help bring the situation on the ground in Syria under control.
The man who carried out a deadly car ramming and stabbing attack in London was a former English teacher working at the institution controlling Saudi Arabia’s civil aviation.
Trump's former national security adviser discussed with Turkish officials the possibility of physically removing Fethullah Gulen from the US.
The deeply-divided Republican Party has admitted to it defeat in coming up with a program to replace Obamacare.
The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas says the Israeli regime has assassinated one of its senior members in the besieged Gaza Strip.
A rights group releases a video, which shows Israeli soldiers surrounding and questioning a terrified Palestinian child outside his home.
Iran raps the UN Human Rights resolution to renew the mandate of the special rapporteur on human rights situation in the Islamic Republic.
The US has imposed sanctions on eleven companies or individuals from China, North Korea or the UAE for transferring technology to Iran.
Iraqi police forces take control of a Daesh command center in western Mosul.
A senior American military commander says North Korea might strike Alaska, Washington’s last line of defense against an attack.
Hundreds of Jordanians take to the streets of Amman to demand the government scrap its gas agreements with the Israeli regime.
The UN Human Rights Council has adopted a resolution condemning the Israeli regime for violating the rights of the Palestinian people and settlement construction in the occupied Palestine.
Saudi Arabia is facing a $6 billion lawsuit by dozens of insurers seeking to hold it responsible for business and property damage caused by the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
France's far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen urges an end to the EU sanctions imposed on Russia.
Russia dismisses as false the US allegation that Moscow may be giving supplies to Taliban militants in Afghanistan.
March 26th marks the second anniversary of the Saudi-led invasion of Yemen, Arab world’s poorest nation.
Thousands protest in Belgium against the practice of what has been described as 'social dumping'.
Japan Drone 2017, one of the country’s biggest commercial drone events, is underway.
Egypt's ousted strongman Hosni Mubarak has been freed from detention.
As the humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate in Yemen, aid groups distribute food rations among the displaced families fleeing the Saudi war.
Iranian archers win two gold medals at the 2017 Asia Cup-World Ranking Tournament, Stage II and World Games 2017 Wroclaw Archery Qualification in Thailand.
At least one child has been killed and over 63 people wounded in a major pile-up on a road leading to the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad.
Concerns are rising over the health of Brazilian animal products exported to global consumption markets as a result of a tainted meat scandal involving certain key producers.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) says it has approved 13 new applications to join it bringing the total membership of the bank which was initiated by China to 70.
This edition of The Debate discusses the release of Egypt's ousted president Hosni Mubarak from prison.
A trade accord that will boost global exports by $1 trillion? That is what the WTO, the World Trade Organization has said has come into effect.
A terrorist murdered three people and injured at least 40, mowing down pedestrians and stabbing a police officer.
In this edition of The Debate we look at why the West, including the UK, is grappling with the rising epidemic of homegrown terrorism.
In this episode of Press Plus, we will discuss how money and credit control your life.
Reports say Israel has recently launched drone raids on Syria, which is at war with a wide range of terror groups.