President Rouhani said the special committee will decide on the US Congress’ recent extension of a piece of anti-Iran legislation on Wednesday.
The Kremlin says Russian President Putin’s point man on Syria delivered a “confidential” letter to President Rouhani of Iran.
The military approach to fighting terrorism is not the “ultimate” solution, says Foreign Minister Zarif of Iran.
The US secretary of state says President Barack Obama is in contact with President-elect Trump to inform him of the importance of keeping the deal intact.
Russia says it blocked UNSC resolution for Aleppo truce because it would have only given militants time to regroup.
The British premier is paying a visit to the Persian Gulf country, despite international opposition over Manama's bleak human rights record.
The news comes few days after the federal high court of Nigeria ruled that Sheikh Zakzaky and his wife, Zeenat, should be released unconditionally.
Amnesty International on Monday urged Turkey to facilitate the return of 24,000 displaced people to the Kurdish-majority city of Diyarbakir.
Devotees express profound grief over death of popular Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayaram Jayalalithaa.
Demonstrators accuse the lawmakers of primarily targeting Operation Car Wash.
The national library of Australia is hosting an exhibition covering 200 years of advertising in the country.
The West is seeking to preserve whatever is left of the terrorist groups as some kind of leverage in an eventual peace settlement which is going to keep Assad in power, an analyst says.
Russia has unveiled a new freezing-weather space suit for cosmonauts.
Deportivo La Coruna have recorded a convincing 5-1 victory over Real Sociedad, in a match that put an end to the 14th round of the Spanish La Liga.
The South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) has awarded the 2016 Copa Sudamericana to Brazilian club Chapecoense after most of the team died in a plane crash in Colombia last week.
Figures released by Reuters show that Iran’s oil production rose by 40,000 barrels per day (bpd) in November.
Eurozone has agreed on providing Greece with short-term debt relief.
A US judge says the white police officer who killed Walter Scott should be retried.
The US military’s nuclear arsenal represents a major threat to international peace, an American writer and retired professor says.
Bernie Sanders has praised US President Barack Obama for halting the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.
Iran's Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi says the country is ready to transit optical cables from Russia to China and India.
The United Nations relief agency says it needs the record amount to cover humanitarian aid projects next year.
Iranian male and female fencers will fight for medals at Grand Prix Epee Qatar 2016.
Iran national women’s under-22 rugby sevens team ranks second at a four-team round-robin tournament in Germany.
Only months after Britain voted to leave the European Union, concerns over the potential economic backlash from the move are already emerging.
This edition of The Debate is about the Syrian government's battle against terrorist groups in Aleppo city.
The journey of pastoral nomads through Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari creates one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in the Iranian province.
In this episode of Food for Thought, Professor Tariq Ramadan warns against division among Muslims.
This episode of The Debate discusses British Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to visit Bahrain.
A closer look at human rights violations inside Britain would reveal a very grim picture of a nation plunging into a police state.