Senator Richard Hayden Black talks to Press TV about which countries he thinks form the true “axis of evil” in the Middle East.
Army troops and allied fighters keep pushing a large-scale offensive to retake the city from Daesh.
Yemeni forces release a video showing heavy clashes with Saudi troops deployed to Alib military base in Najran.
Iran and Finland explore ways broadening bilateral relations in different areas.
The Western military alliance aims to send “battle groups” to the Baltic states and Poland early next year.
Amnesty International says the US-led military alliance has failed to take enough precautions to prevent civilian fatalities in Syria.
The Israeli military claimed the soldier was wounded by gunfire from a passing vehicle in the Ramin Ridge area of the Lebanese border.
According to the governor’s office, the victims were shot dead after being taken hostage by Daesh north of the provincial capital of Feroz Koh late Tuesday.
The West African nation follows the lead of Burundi and South Africa, accusing the International Criminal Court of bias against Africa.
Donald Trump says President Obama knew about Hillary Clinton's private server when she was US Secretary of State.
An analyst says the United States chases the terrorists from Iraq into Syria where they can regroup and recover from their losses.
Milos Raonic of Canada has suffered a first round defeat at the hands of Lithuanian Ricardas Berankis.
An analyst says it has never been Washington’s main objective to fight Daesh terrorists in Syria and Iraq.
Cleveland Cavaliers have begun the new NBA season with a 117-88 home victory over the New York Knicks.
Giant figures known as ‘Alebrije’ filled the streets of Mexico to mark the historical color sculpture parade.
The deals foresee cooperation on “exchange of economic, trade and banking information, reinsurance coverage, coinsurance, and training.”
Iran's central bank governor has met businessmen from Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea and Australia to outline the country's development plans.
The plan to expand Heathrow Airport has angered environmentalists who are concerned about noise and air pollution.
The documentarian, who was arrested for filming a North Dakota pipeline protest, says she is "dumbfounded" by her charges.
Preliminary figures suggest the US presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump remains tight in the so-called swing states.
OPEC is trying to build consensus around the need to trim production and stabilize the market ahead of its Nov. 30 meeting.
The Iranian women’s inline hickey team defeats India 6-2 in its opening match of the 17th edition of Asian Roller Skating Championships.
Iranian weightlifters land second in the 2016 IWF Youth World Weightlifting Championships in Malaysia.
Iran’s national youth team gains entry to the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup in South Korea.
This year, it has embarked on an online census for the first time, expecting to set a record of 30%.
This edition of The Debate is about Iraq's battle against Daesh terrorists in Mosul.
This edition of The Debate is about the consequences of Britain's departure from the European Union.
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.