Hezbollah fighters have targeted a Daesh position on the outskirts of a northeastern border town, inflicting casualties among the ranks of the extremists.
US President-elect Donald Trump says he will unify the country amid more protests against his presidency in Washington, DC, on the eve of his inauguration.
Rescue workers are digging tunnels into the rubble of Tehran’s Plasco Building to save potential survivors.
A monitoring group says those killed in the airstrikes were members of the Takfiri Fateh al-Sham terror group.
Three are dead and 20 injured after a car pursued by police rams into pedestrians in a Melbourne mall in Australia.
African forces intervening in the Gambia give long-time ruler Yahya Jammeh until Friday noon to quit office.
Germany deploys hundreds of soldiers to Lithuania as part of a NATO force to deter Russia.
Danish police arrest six people for violating the compound of the Iranian Embassy in Copenhagen.
At least 30 people are reported missing and two confirmed dead after an avalanche hits a resort hotel in Italy.
Taiwan calls for a "new era" in relations with China as Japan conducts military drills in response to possible conflict between Beijing and Taipei.
A political commentator says the Obama administration has failed to understand properly the rationale behind policies of the Russian government.
A political expert says the United States and Britain pursue their imperialist agenda in Gambia through hatching a plot to overthrow President Yahya Jammeh.
Atletico Madrid have eased past Eibar 3-nil at Vicente Calderon in the first leg of their Copa del Rey quarterfinal.
Residents in the Danish capital are experiencing an age-old Turkish treatment of fish spa.
World No.2 Novak Djokovic has endured a shock defeat, at the hands of world No.117 Denis Istomin.
The Israeli military reportedly breaches the Lebanese border to install a spying device near the UN-drawn Blue Line.
The family of a 17-year-old Palestinian teenager recently killed by Israeli forces plan to sue the Israeli officials.
Ron Paul says there is a neoconservative axis in the Senate, which might destroy America by increasing the military spending.
A top Russian official calls Obama's presidency shameful and ridiculous, saying Washington had an interaction based on a master-slave mindset during his tenure.
Moscow says it is in contact with Tehran over the upcoming talks in Astana as well as an invitation to Washington for attending the meeting.
The year 2016 is officially announced as the warmest year on record.
The Iranian president tested products manufactured by three knowledge-based companies.
Prime Minister Abe will soon seek to impose a cap on the number of overtime hours employees can work.
The Iranian men’s national futsal team will play four exhibition games against Croatia and Uzbekistan in April.
Myanmar’s Rakhine State, where Rohingya Muslims are mainly based, is one the poorest places on the planet.
This episode of The Debate discusses The Gambia’s crisis due to former President Jammeh’s refusal to leave office despite his election defeat.
It can be hard to admit to feelings of loneliness. It's not just an issue for the elderly - loneliness is rising among the young. So are we all destined to be lonely?
Are we about to witness fundamental changes in the United State? How is Trump going to lead America? And to what direction?
This episode of The Debate is about the achievements of Iran's nuclear deal a year after its implementation.
Third time truly was a charm for Ghana’s new president, Nana Akufo-Addo, who finally became the west African country's president after two previous failed attempts.