Footage circulated across social media on Monday showed Israelis ambling around comfortably at the sensitive place as Palestinian worshipers squatted outside the compound.
The Israeli Foreign Ministry describes its embassy security guard's killing of two Jordanians as an act of "self-defense".
Tehran and Baghdad signed an agreement on Sunday to step up military cooperation and the fight against terrorism.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Kuwait after visiting Saudi Arabia as part of a regional tour to help resolve a dispute among several Arab countries in the region.
Multiple casualties are reported as a bomber detonates an explosives-laden vehicle in a western neighborhood of the Afghan capital.
Lebanon's Hezbollah resistance movement announces the recapture of Wadi al-Khayl valley, which has served as a stronghold for terrorists.
The suspects including writers, cartoonists and executives from opposition mouthpiece Cumhuriyet will go on trial at the imposing palace of justice in Istanbul.
The European Commission says the bloc must be ready act ‘within days’ if possible US bans against Russia targets European firms.
The US secretary of state may have grown so tired of a tussle with the White House as to look for an exit, sources say.
As top female presenters at the state-funded BBC decry gender pay gap at the corporation, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says the broadcaster must “look very hard at itself.”
Hundreds of New Yorkers have expressed solidarity with Palestinians in a rally at Times Square.
The US feigns concerns for the human rights across the world, but destroys countries and kills their men, women and children, Professor Dennis Etler says,
Speculation has been rife in Iranian media outlets about what Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s next cabinet line-up will look like.
Beijing urges New Delhi to pull its troops out of the Doklam plateau, which is disputed by China and Bhutan, a close Indian ally.
The US Coast Guard has warned people to stay away from Alaska’s Kodiak Island over the next weekend as the US military prepares for a missile test there.
Cycling’s premier race, the Tour de France, has just concluded with another victory by Chris Froome of Team Sky.
A political expert says the Israeli regime is using the peace process as an excuse to pursue its land grab policy in Palestinian territories.
The Syrian army, in cooperation with the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah, has advanced through Western Qalamoun region on the border with Lebanon.
Iran’s capital Tehran has hosted an international event on organ donation.
As the United States Congress prepares to impose more sanctions on Iran, Iranian officials warn the country will respond in kind to any violation of a nuclear deal signed in 2015.
Iranian speed climber Reza Alipour Shenazandifard finishes first at the World Games 2017 in Poland.
The Iran national under-23 football team loses to Oman and bids farewell to the 2018 AFC U-23 Championship qualification.
Iranian athletes’ medal count hits 20 at the conclusion of the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships in England.
The tremor struck at around 10 p.m. local time on Sunday and its epicenter was placed about 12 kilometers of the village of Sirch at the depth of 10 kilometers.
The Trump administration has announced the largest crackdown on healthcare fraud schemes totaling more than $1 billion.
In big cities like Tehran, bookstores are the perfect getaway for those who wish to spend a few hours on their own reading for pleasure.
This episode of The Debate discusses the latest Israeli violations in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Claiming Britain is now regarded as an endemic surveillance society is nothing new.
Though a UK High Court ruling has allowed the continued sale of arms to Saudi Arabia, is the British government acting unethically?
This episode of The Debate discusses US decision to end support of anti-Assad militants in Syria.