Theresa May holds her first summit Monday with the leaders of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland on terms of Brexit.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says any act of foreign intervention in the internal affairs of other states will have 'very dangerous' consequences.
The Belgian premier says his government is not yet able to sign a trade deal between the EU and Canada.
Dozens of Turkish diplomats and their families have sought asylum in Germany since the failed July 15 coup attempt.
Iraqi forces manage to liberate more villages around the northern city of Mosul from Daesh militants.
Extending the Aleppo ceasefire “is not relevant now,” says Sergei Ryabkov, the Russian deputy foreign minister.
The threat comes as Israeli warplanes carry out a fresh attack against the blockaded Palestinian enclave.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry said the talks, due in December, will be on a host of issues.
The refugees living at “The Jungle” say they want to stay and find a way to continue their journey to their preferred destination, Britain.
Prime Minister Organ says his country must stand up to Europe’s “Sovietization” and defend its borders against the influx of refugees.
Mexicans have attended the annual ‘Day of the Dead’ parade in the capital Mexico City.
An academic says it is about time that the international community acts in order to prevent another Israeli assault on the Gaza Strip which will lead to further disaster.
The world's largest chocolate eclair has been made in the Belgian city of Verviers.
The United Nations has reported a 10% rise in opium production in Afghanistan in the first half of 2016.
Japan has held a troop review to commemorate the foundation of it Self-Defense Forces.
The US might try to topple the government of Philippines after President Duterte announced “separation” from Washington, Ron Paul says.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Iraqi forces should conduct the probe to determine who was behind the deadly Friday airstrike.
Hundreds of South Koreans want Samsung to compensate them for psychological harm from using the hazardous phone.
Hillary Clinton holds a 12-point lead over Donald Trump nationally, shows a new poll, but the Trump campaign denounces “biased” media surveys.
Anti-Trump activists take on the GOP nominee to embarrass his campaign in the run-up to the US 2016 presidential race.
Russia's Energy Minister Alexander Novak says Moscow will reach a deal with OPEC over a solution to stabilize oil prices.
Two Saudi officials have warned that the kingdom could go bankrupt unless further spending cuts are implemented to trim the public sector.
Head coach of Iran's national beach soccer team announces the final roster for Samsung Beach Soccer Intercontinental Cup Dubai 2016.
Iranian weightlifter Ahmad Ahmadnejad collects a clean and jerk bronze medal at the 2016 IWF Youth World Weightlifting Championships in Malaysia.
Commemorating the tragedy of Karbala is deeply rooted in Persian traditions and art. The manifestation is at its peak during the month of Muharram.
In this episode of Food for Thought, Professor Tariq Ramadan talks about the contemporary ethical challenges facing Muslims in Western societies.
This episode of The Debate discusses the UK support for Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen.
The president of the Philippines is increasingly projecting himself as a firebrand leader with a clear anti-US mentality.
After Boris Johnson’s reaction to Russian Air Force hammering terrorist strongholds in Aleppo, the word Russian imperialism is branded and widely used in the British mainstream media.
This episode of The Debate discusses the Western countries' selective outrage towards terrorists in the divided Syrian city of Aleppo.