Iran says Saudi Arabia has no right to allocate Iran’s Hajj quota to other countries.
Forces loyal to Libya’s unity government seize a building used by Daesh to make explosives in Sirte.
An explosion rocks the Kadhimiyah district of the Iraqi capital, reportedly leaving at least 17 people dead.
The Turkish president says his country has moved into a new epoch following last week’s failed military putsch.
Two separate shooting incidents in the United States have claimed a total of six lives.
A group of armed militant groups in Libya calls on Libyans to fight against the presence of foreign troops in the North African country.
A Syrian government official says Damascus is prepared to restart the UN-backed negotiations with the opposition.
An Iranian official says the Islamic Republic will lodge a protest to the IAEA over the leaks about Tehran’s long-term nuclear program.
Russia says the US must disclose the location of “moderate” militants in southern Syria so they are not accidentally targeted in Russian airstrikes.
The Turkish deputy prime minister says pilots involved in the downing of a Russian jet last November had a role in the recent failed coup in Turkey.
An activist warns that imposing a ban on migration will deprive the US of rich resources.
Syrian government says it is ready for further peace talks and is intent on a political solution to the conflict.
There's no evidence that Washington has influenced The Hague over its ruling on the South China Sea dispute but certainly it was the ruling it wanted, a political analyst says.
World-famous Russian traveler Fedor Konyukhov has broken a world record, managing a nonstop solo balloon flight around the globe in just 11 days. He covered some 34,000km, at altitudes up to 10,000 meters.
Munich shooting tragedy is just about a psychopath who needed help but the society couldn't give him what he needed, a political commentator says.
Washington’s claims that it was not behind the coup in Turkey and supports democracy in the country are “disturbing on multiple grounds.”
Donald Trump is following in the footsteps of Benito Mussolini, and Adolf Hitler, an investigative journalist and activist says.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is realigning himself with Russia following the failed CIA-backed coup d'etat against his government, an American political analyst says.
Michael Moore has ignored anti-capitalist outrage directed at both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, an American political analyst says.
US whistleblower Edward Snowden says smartphones are tracking devices.
Iran’s national junior volleyball team gains its first victory at the 18th edition of the Asian Women’s U19 Volleyball Championship in Thailand.
Iran’s national junior basketball team overwhelms Kazakhstan at the 2016 FIBA Asia Under-18 Championship in Tehran.
Iran earns its first victory at the 5th edition of the Asian Water Polo Junior Championship in Indonesia.
Iranian basketball players win the title of the second edition of the Asian University 3x3 Basketball Championship in Macau.
British police say the spike in hate crimes in the UK following the European Union (EU) referendum was the worst on record — and connected directly to the referendum.
The coup in Turkey has been discussed from many angles since it happened and was defeated some seven days ago.
This episode of The Debate discusses fresh clashes in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
The Egyptian foreign minister has visited Israel, the highest ranking visit of its kind since 2007.
Holy Qur'an strongly enjoins Muslims to treat animals with compassion and not to abuse them.
This episode of The Debate discusses Donald Trump's acceptance speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention (RNC).