Iran accuses the US of ratcheting up tensions in the Middle East after Washington claims the Syrian government may be preparing for a chemical attack.
Russia dismisses a warning by the White House that the Syrian government is making preparations for a new chemical attack.
The Iranian foreign minister warns that the US Supreme Court’s travel ban decision can fuel extremism in the region.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad visits Russia-run Hmeimim air base in Syria’s western coastal province of Latakia.
Iraqi government forces make fresh gains in Mosul's Old City as they try to push the Daesh Takfiri terrorists out of the country’s second largest city.
US President Donald Trump has decried CNN's “phony stories” in the aftermath of the dismissal of three employees over a Russia story.
US-led coalition airstrikes on a jail run by the Daesh Takfiri terrorists in eastern Syria kill at least 57 people.
The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has accused Israel and the PA of refusing to grant travel documents to sick Gazans.
The Iranian Parliament speaker says Iran and Russia are engaged in a real war against terrorism.
The chairman of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee says he will try to stop US arms sales to the [P]GCC until several regional Arab countries settle a dispute with Qatar.
The Pentagon chief says the US will continue to arm Kurdish forces in Syria after the battle for Raqqah is over.
The Iranian parliament speaker says the US and some regional states claim to be fighting terror, while they are in fact promoting it.
The European country says it is ready to expand its banking cooperation with Iran and provide funds for its economic projects.
Pro-Palestine campaigners hold a rally in protest at the presence of an Israeli weapons firm at the Paris Airshow.
The country says it has increased the capacity of its Kharq oil terminal to as high as eight million barrels per day.
France has a new president and a new parliament, but will they continue to have prolonged social protests?
Archaeologists in Cyprus have discovered a 2000-year-old floor mosaic which depicts scenes from chariot races in a hippodrome.
The second meeting of Eurasian Parliament Speakers is underway in the South Korean capital, Seoul.
An activist says the majority of Americans oppose injustice and prejudice against the Muslim community.
The Yemeni army has hit a frigate belonging to the so-called Saudi-led coalition off its western coast.
A new large-scale cyber attack by a ransomware virus has hit computer networks across the world.
Indications are growing that a Saudi-led blockade against Qatar is already showing its impacts on the country’s tourism industry.
Billionaire businessman Andrej Babis who is seen as the next likely prime minister of the Czech Republic says his country will do better without euro.
The Italian government says it has released €5.2 billion in emergency funding to rescue two failing banks - Banca Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca.
The Israeli regime’s decades-long animosity toward Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has intensified since the start of Syria’s conflict in 2011.
This episode of The Debate discusses the recent developments on the Israel-Palestine peace efforts.
It's turbulent times in Britain but good times for UK leader Jeremy Corbyn whose popularity is on the rise.
Another police officer is off the hook after killing a black man in the United States. After days of deliberation, the jury acquits Minnesota officer Jeronimo Yanez in the 2016 fatal shooting of Philando Castile.
The Isfahan Province, located right in the heart of the country, is known everywhere around the world for its magnificent historic sites that display the splendor of ancient Persian architecture.
This episode of The Debate discusses Israeli airstrikes on the Syrian Golan Heights.