Locals had gathered to collect fuel leaking from an overturned tanker in the city of Bahawalpur when it caught fire, injuring more than 100 people.
An IRGC commander rejects Israeli reports that some of the Iranian projectiles had missed their targets and landed in Iraq.
Iranian security forces arrest a number of terrorists linked to the Daesh Takfiri group planning to conduct acts of terror.
The coincidence of Israeli airstrikes and an attempted attack by Nusra Front on Syria's Golan Heights proves once again Tel Aviv's cooperation with anti-Damascus terrorists.
Russian President Vladimir Putin honors the officers of his country’s intelligence network, hailing them as “unique people.”
Iraqi forces establish exit corridors for civilians being used as human shields by Daesh in west Mosul.
Egypt's President Sisi ratifies a highly controversial deal on the transfer of two islands to Saudi Arabia.
British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has asked US President Donald Trump to, “Build bridges, not walls.”
South Koreans protest in the capital Seoul against the deployment of the THAAD missile system.
The death toll of multiple terrorist attacks across Pakistan on Friday rises to 73.
The United Nations says Yemen is grappling with "the worst cholera outbreak in the world."
Two local Islamic centers in California have discovered destroyed remnants of Muslims' holy book outside of their mosques.
Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to "try to force an early general election" after British Prime Minster Theresa May lost her parliamentary majority.
President Trump late Friday appeared to acknowledge Russia's efforts to meddle in the 2016 presidential election.
A Belgian court has convicted eight Emirati princesses of human trafficking in a case stemming from their treatment of servants nearly 10 years ago.
Roger Federer has posted a comfortable 6-4, 7-6 (5) win over Karen Khachanov to reach the Halle Open final, where he will play Alexander Zverev.
Demonstrators in the Austrian capital Vienna take part in the Quds Day rally on the last Saturday of the Muslim month of Ramadan.
Anti-racism groups in London have joined forces to stage a counter demonstration after members of a far-right movement marched through the British capital.
Ukraine’s warring sides have agreed on a new ceasefire deal to go into effect in the country’s war-torn east on June 24.
June 26th marks the international day against drug abuse and illicit trafficking.
Iran’s national under-21 volleyball team overcomes Ukraine at the 2017 FIVB Volleyball Men's U21 World Championship in the Czech Republic.
Muslims in a number of countries celebrate Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan.
The event was the 10th edition of its type to be aired by al-Kawthar, an Arabic-language channel within the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting’s World Service.
Russian gas operator Novatek says it has ambitious plans to topple Qatar as the world’s biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
This edition of The Debate discusses the reports on a secret network of prisons in southern Yemen run by the UAE.
Ten years after the financial crisis, the EU and the eurozone still need economic CPR from the European Central Bank, billions of euros every month.
Saudi King Salman issued a series of royal decrees, replacing first in line to the throne Prince Mohammed bin Nayef with his son Mohammed Bin Salman.
Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corpse has fired several missiles at the headquarters of terrorists in Syria's city of Dayr al-Zawr.
American senators overwhelmingly voted for strict sanctions on Russia over what they call Moscow’s interference in the US 2016 presidential election as well as its alleged role in the crisis in Ukraine.
This episode of The Debate discusses the tensions between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.