A senior Iranian general warns Turkey of of the dire consequences of its recent downing of a Russian fighter jet.
An Iranian diplomat says the Iran-P5+1 nuclear agreement could be successfully implemented if both sides abide by their commitments.
Iran calls on front-line states in east Europe to observe humanitarian principles in dealing with refugees.
Turkey's prosecutor requests imprisonment for two whistle-blowing journalists.
Iraqi forces retake a strategic bridge leading to Ramadi as they continue battles to liberate the western city from Daesh.
Russia’s President Putin says Turkey is intentionally seeking to bring Moscow-Ankara relations to a standstill.
Russia’s prime minister tasks the cabinet with preparing economic restrictive measures against Turkey.
Thousands of Greek pensioners hold rallies nationwide to protest against the government’s planned pension cuts.
Austria's foreign minister criticizes Saudi Arabia over its dismal human rights records and its promotion of the Wahabbi ideology.
Bolivian President Evo Morales says Western powers founded terrorism in a bid to unseat anti-Imperialist governments.
Israeli officials have announced plans to construct a separation barrier between an Israeli settlement and the Palestinian city of al-Khalil in the occupied West Bank.
Yemeni protesters have staged a rally outside the Russian Embassy in the capital Sana’a for the seventh consecutive week.
An American civil rights activist terms US police officers as government “death squads” tasked with killing African-Americans.
A political commentator says the Daesh Takfiri group traces its roots to Saudi Arabia.
An Iranian analyst says the arrest of a senior Brazilian senator over a massive graft case in the country will affect the administration of President Dilma Rousseff.
Turkey’s recent sequence of actions necessitates its booting from NATO, says a retired US Army general.
Cameron tells MPs that its time for Britain to start bombing terrorist positions in Syria.
Government agrees to talks to avoid junior doctors’ walkout on December 1, 8 and 16.
The shooting down of a Russian jet by Turkey is a warning to Russia by the United States to stop fighting Western-backed terrorists in Syria, says an American writer.
If Russia engaged Turkey in a military confrontation over the downing of its plane by Ankara, it could trigger a major world war, an American political analyst says.
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.
The number of unemployed in France increased in October by 42,000 from a month earlier, the biggest monthly rise in two years.
UK has fined Barclays bank £72 million for failing to carry out proper checks on a vast so-called "elephant" deal for wealthy clients.
This edition of Press Plus introduces some useful tips for healthy weight loss.
Watch Press TV’s full interview with Majid Takht-e Ravanchi, Iran's deputy foreign minister for European and American affairs.
This episode of 'On the News Line,' sheds some light on the media arm of the Daesh terrorist group.
This edition of The Debate is about the tensions between Moscow and Ankara.
Iran is at the forefront of fighting against terrorist groups such as Daesh and the Al-Nusra in Iraq and Syria.
The general elections in Tanzania took place a month ago, yet the political fallout from the heavily contested polls continues.