At least four Palestinians are reportedly killed during rallies for the right to pray at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator says Iran reserves the right to respond to any US violation of the JCPOA.
At least 15 Afghan troops are killed in the latest US airstrike in Afghanistan's Helmand province.
Three Chinese warships are in Russia's major Baltic Fleet base in Baltiysk town to participate in the naval drills.
The Syrian army and Hezbollah resistance fighters launch a joint operation against Takfiri militants operating in border areas.
A rights group says Bahraini inmates at Dry Dock Detention Center will be punished with torture, solitary confinement if they seek medical attention.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer has resigned, barely six months after US President Trump gave him the post.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved a new state policy for the country’s naval forces that points to the US as intent on dominating the world’s oceans and thus posing a threat to Russia.
The US Army's top general in Europe has said Russians "only respect strength and they despise weakness."
Clashes escalate between Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and Ahrar al-Sham Takfiri terrorist in Syria’s Idlib Province.
Several British MPs are concerned that their country’s police might have directly helped Saudi Arabian officers in arresting 14 people now believed to be facing execution in the kingdom.
President Duterte said the United States is a "lousy" country.
The New York Times enumerates a number of flaws in the United States foreign policy, which could trigger a war with Iran.
US lawmakers have introduced legislation seeking to impose further sanctions on the Lebanese Resistance Movement, Hezbollah.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a $1.8 billion loan to Greece but says Athens can receive the loan only if it gets debt relief from its European creditors.
South Korea's Defense Ministry has called on North Korea to respond to its recent offer of dialogue to reduce military tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
The United States has intensified its air raids in Afghanistan during the past months under the pretext of targeting militant and terrorist groups.
The 23rd International Exhibition of Electronics, Computer and E-Commerce, also known as Elecomp 2017, is underway in Tehran.
A political expert says the Israeli regime spares no effort to deny Palestinians’ historical and religious heritage.
Tensions have again flared up in Venezuela as the opposition launches a 24-hour nationwide strike amid ongoing anti-government protests.
Iranian sportsmen have received five more medals at the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships in England.
The national Iranian men's basketball A team defeats China 94-87 at the 2017 International Basketball Challenge in Suzhou, China.
Iranian judo practitioner Mehrdad Bodaghi earns a bronze medal at 2017 Summer Deaflympics.
In January 2011, weeks-long street protests and civil disobedience resulted in regime change in Tunisia.
This program is about the increasing popularity of selfies and talks briefly about the history, it warns about the dangers, and gives tips on how to take safe selfies.
US President Donald Trump this week told the Congress that Iran was complying with a landmark nuclear deal it signed in 2015 with six world powers.
Professor Tariq Ramadan, in this episode, explains more about his book Islam: The Essentials.
South Korea has offered to hold direct talks with its northern neighbor despite the tough rhetoric of the United States.
This episode of The Debate is about the Palestinians' protests against new Israeli measures at the al-Aqsa Mosque.