British news agency Press Association says several people are being treated for "catastrophic" injuries.
Putin says Russia's defense technology has proved its “exceptional reliability and efficiency” during the fight against the Daesh Takfiri group.
Aid groups say Saudi Arabia is carrying out an “open-air massacre” of Yemeni civilians facing famine amid Riyadh’s two-year-long military campaign against the impoverished country.
Israel has stepped up settlement construction on occupied Palestinian land, with over 700 more housing units built last year compared to the previous year.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad describes the ongoing Syria conflict as a campaign to change Arabs' identity.
The so-called US-led coalition air-drops allied Syrian militants near the Daesh-held Syrian city of Raqqah.
At least 33 people have been killed in a US-led strike on a school near the Daesh-held northern Syrian city of Raqqah.
Ankara’s military shells Kurdish villages in northern Syria after a Turkish soldier is killed by sniper fire from Kurdish-held areas on the Syrian side of the border.
Human Rights Watch says Daesh has executed hundreds of detainees and dumped their bodies in one of the largest mass graves found in Mosul.
Belgium observes a moment of silence to mark the first anniversary of the deadlyDaesh bombings at the Zaventem Airport in Brussels.
The home belongs to the family of Fadi al-Qanbar, who drove a truck into a group of Israeli troops and killed four of them on January 8.
People across Ireland have held a vigil to pay tribute to Martin MacGuinness, the late deputy first minister and the ex-commander of the Irish Republican Army (IRA).
The parliament is expected to support First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's bid for a new independence referendum.
A judicial source says Fillon’s legal issues have deepened, with prosecutors expanding a probe into allegations of fraud and forgery against the presidential candidate.
The Brazilian president says the alarm caused by the discovery of irregularities in meat industry controls is exaggerated.
Former Liverpool captain, coach and caretaker manager, Ronnie Moran has died at the age of 83 after a short battle with illness and dementia.
Baseem Abu Ramadan is an exile in Gaza. He has been there for over a year and a half and has been denied permit to reunite with his family.
The Syrian army continues to push back Nusra Front terrorists.
Ceremonies have been held in Brussels to mark the first anniversary of Daesh terrorist attacks which killed over 30 people dead and left more than 300 others injured.
The United Nations’ Happiness Index has placed Ukraine among African states. The country was ranked 132 among 155.
UNICEF predicts that 25 percent of children may live in areas with severely limited water resources by 2040, endangering their lives.
US tech giant Google has released a set of tools it says are designed to protect elections globally.
Iranian athletes receive six medals at the 9th Fazza IPC Athletics Grand Prix Competition in Dubai, the UAE.
Iran will officially move clocks forward by one hour at midnight on Tuesday to observe Daylight Saving Time.
This episode of The Debate discusses the Trump administration's policy on nuclear weapons.
Watch Press TV’s full interview with Mohammad Mahmoudi Shahneshin,
GM foods have made their ways into Iran; however, like some other countries which have banned the use of these products, Iranian authorities are supporting organic foods against GM ones.
A report issued by United International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has revealed that refugees in Libya, mainly women and children, have been victims of abuse, including beatings, rapes and starvation, while living in "hellholes."
This edition of The Debate focuses on anti-Iran policies on the side of some of the western countries.
One of our favorite rituals ahead of the Persian New Year is the fire festival on the eve of the last Wednesday of the outgoing Persian Year.