A car bomb targets a police officers’ club in central Damascus, killing at least eight people and injuring 20 others.
A senior Iranian official says the potential ground troop deployment to Syria by certain regional countries would be a “highly dangerous” decision.
Iraqi forces liberate several areas, including a strategic road, from Daesh terrorists.
At least eight people are killed and more than 150 others injured in a train accident in southern Germany, police say.
Thousands of soldiers from regional countries are set to participate in a military maneuver in Saudi Arabia.
Israel sets conditions on returning the bodies of 10 Palestinian protesters shot dead by the regime's forces.
A South Korean military official says a new rocket developed by North Korea could reach most of the United States.
Russia has rejected UN chief Ban Ki-moon's accusations that Moscow had contributed to a recent collapse of peace talks on Syria.
Pope Francis says the German chancellor responded angrily to his 2014 comparison of Europe to a “barren woman.”
Saudi fighter jets target several areas across Yemen, killing at least five people.
An analyst says by deploying missile systems to South Korea, the US is seeking to justify its military presence on the restive Korean Peninsula.
An analyst says the Israeli prime minister does not have the right to suspend the elected lawmakers.
The United States’ presidential hopefuls are intensifying their efforts on the campaign trail ahead of the country’s first national primary.
An American author says Wikileaks founder Julian Assange should be thanked for his services as a journalist.
At the Yagu Ninjutsu Academy dojo in Nara, Japan, students are ushered into the secrets of the ninja.
The possible US deployment of an anti-missile system to the Korean Peninsula is meant to curb China’s ability to counter a US nuclear attack, a political analyst says.
Indian authorities say a bus driver has been killed by a falling meteorite.
Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said “there’s a special place in hell” for women who don’t vote for Hillary Clinton.
Kazakhstan says it sees a "brilliant" future in partnership with Iran to capture the Eurasian market.
The world’s largest independent oil trader Vitol Group says it’s "business as normal" with Iran after the end of economic sanctions on the country.
US medical authorities say it will take years to develop a widely-available vaccine for the Zika virus.
France's energy giant, Total, starts gas production from two offshore fields in the North Sea.
Venezuela's oil minister has met his Saudi counterpart in Riyadh to discuss stabilizing the oil market which is flooded by a surplus of two million barrels per day.
Iranian weightlifter Kianoush Rostami plans to earn a gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Israel is back on the British mainstream political agenda as an intense internal struggle about the Zionist entity is raging.
Syria says it will firmly respond to any foreign intervention into the Arab country.
This edition of The Debate focuses on the UN ruling on the detention of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
A huge part of what makes a country stand out is its culture. A large part of Iran’s culture are the annual Fajr festivals.
This edition of The Debate is about Bahrain government's crackdown on female activists.
The Syria peace talks failed in even getting off the ground after the Saudi-backed opposition walked out amid Syrian army advances.