President Rouhani says the ground is prepared for foreign investment in Iran as he receives his South Korean counterpart Park Geun-hye in Tehran.
The Syrian army says a “regime of calm” around the capital, Damascus, has been extended for another 48 hours.
A senior Iranian official says plots by the West and some reactionary regional regimes to partition Iraq and Syria will fail.
A report says US Special Forces have arrived in southern Yemen to fight alongside Emirati forces in alleged operations against al-Qaeda.
The Daesh Takfiri terrorist group kills four teens and young men in its stronghold of Raqqah in Syria for allegedly ‘spying’ for the US-led coalition.
Afghans demand that US military personnel be held responsible for a deadly airstrike against an MSF hospital in Afghanistan.
An Israeli lawmaker says the Tel Aviv regime is committing “ethnic cleansing” against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
Iran voices its readiness to mediate a prompt resolution to the political turmoil in Iraq.
A German right-wing party adopts an anti-Islam manifesto, which includes a ban on Islamic symbols.
Brazil’s President Rousseff vows to fight an impeachment move that could lead to her ouster.
Iran and South Korea have signed nineteen agreements to boost bilateral ties in various sectors including oil and gas.
A political expert says the negotiations are really a phase of the war in Yemen as the conflict continues in the impoverished Arab nation.
A political expert says Iran’s support for the Palestinian cause is a clear rebuttal of the US and Israeli efforts to portray it as a sectarian conflict.
Luxury restaurants in Indonesia serve foods using science known as molecular gastronomy.
Pakistani opposition is mounting pressure on the country’s prime minister to step down weeks after Panama Papers leaks revealed that Nawaz Sharif’s family members were involved in the off-shore tax haven scandals.
American writer Ralph Schoenman says says the historical relationship between Zionism and Nazism is well-documented.
A photo taken from the International Space Station shows Tehran, shining in the night.
The United States is looking to accelerate the proxy war in Syria which is backed by Saudi Arabia and Israel, a former US army officer says.
A weasel has short-circuited CERN’s Large Hadron Collider after wandering on to a high voltage transformer.
The Kenyan government torches some 105 tons of ivory in dramatic gesture to curb the current illegal trade that endangers elephants.
The International Workers’ Day is celebrated in many countries across the globe.
Iran’s national soccer team has been drawn in Group C of the 2016 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-19 Championship to be staged in Bahrain.
Iran girls’ national junior football team ranks third in the AFC U-14 Girls’ Regional Championship for the South and Central zone in Tajikistan.
The Fajr International Film Festival (FIFF) is an annual film festival held every April in the Iranian capital city of Tehran.
This episode of The Debate is about the current crisis in Iraq.
In this program, academic, philosopher and writer Tariq Ramadan delivers a speech at the 14th Annual MAS ICNA Convention in Chicago on redefining the life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)’s mercy to mankind.
Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi has come under increasing fire over his controversial decision to transfer two strategic Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia.
Obama’s recent met with King Salman in Riyadh and began tense talks with the Saudis and Washington’s other Persian Gulf allies.
The Chairman of the UN Humanitarian Task Force in Syria has asked the US and Russia to save the Syria truce amid intense fighting between foreign-backed militants and Syrian troops in the north of the war-torn country.