An important two-day conference opens in Tehran to lay out 50 oil and gas projects worth $185 billion for development with the lifting of Western sanctions.
Russia’s Air Force says a recent attack on a Russian jet by Turkish warplanes had been planned in advance.
Millions of Shia Muslims are flocking to Iraq’s holy shrine city of Karbala to commemorate Arba’een mourning rituals.
Israel is set to open a “permanent mission” in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
At least eight people are killed and 30 others injured in multiple terrorist attacks in and around the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.
At least a dozen civilians are killed and 13 others injured in a Saudi airstrike against Yemen’s southwestern province of Ta’izz.
Russia’s foreign minister says the US-led coalition allegedly fighting Daesh is ignoring the group’s oil trade.
The United States is urging Turkey to deploy thousands of additional troops along its border with Syria.
Three people have died and 9 others have been injured in Colorado by a gunman who was arrested by police after a 5-hour-long standoff.
Foreign Office lawyers and diplomats say missiles used by Saudis in Yemen war may put UK at risk of being prosecuted for war crimes.
In the UK, current lawmakers as well as Catholic and Anglican churches are to be investigated over child sex abuse charges.
The top US commander in Afghanistan has announced that several servicemen were suspended over last month’s attack on a hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz that killed 30 patients and Doctors Without Border staff.
France urges Persian Gulf Arab states to take in Syrian refugees who are escaping over four years of conflict in their country.
The world's oldest active ice hockey player has probably set a new Guinness world record by appearing in a hockey match.
A political experts is of the opinion that Western powers have been assisting the Al Khalifa monarchy in suppressing Bahraini dissidents.
A delegation of about 370 Italian traders is expected to arrive in Tehran on Saturday to discuss business opportunities in the country.
Iran’s minister of petroleum says OPEC members are unlikely to agree on reinstating the organization’s individual quotas in their next meeting.
The Bolivian president says his country chose to have diplomatic relations with Iran despite US pressure.
Russia’s military campaign in Syria has exposed the American intentions there, says an analyst.
The US has deployed dozens of ground troops to Syria claiming they will assist Kurdish forces in their battle against Daesh (ISIL) terrorists, sources say.
A funeral procession is held for Iran’s former envoy to Lebanon Ghazanfar Roknabadi, who died in a crush during Hajj rituals in Saudi Arabia.
Iran’s Fatemeh Motamed-Aria has been awarded at the 9th Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
European shares hit three-month highs on Thursday, rising in thin trade as expectations grew for aggressive ECB action next week.
Volkswagen has uncovered yet another software problem affecting its vehicles' fuel consumption.
Palestinian journalists routinely run the gauntlet of physical and verbal attacks and face arrest or even death in exposing Israel’s policies.
Islam is a complete way of life. It is made up of a complete moral system that is central to the Islamic worldview.
This episode of The Debate discusses the first Israeli diplomatic mission in the United Arab Emirates.
The US does not want to acknowledge the depth of the problem, but homelessness, in all its forms, has gripped many US cities.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is infuriated that Turkey illegally struck down one of it planes. But even more concerning, is that Turkey has been buying oil smuggled from Daesh.
This episode of The Debate discusses Turkey's downing of a Russian jet over Syrian airspace.