Israeli military forces have shot and killed an unarmed Palestinian man in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.
Renowned Iranian cinema and theater actor and producer Davoud Rashidi passes away at the age of 83.
A large explosion hits a police headquarters in Turkey’s troubled southeastern province of Sirnak, leaving nearly a dozen dead and 78 others injured.
Retaliatory Yemeni strikes hit facilities belonging to the Saudi state oil giant Aramco in the kingdom’s southwest.
Police in Harare fire tear gas and use water cannon to disperse opposition demonstrators.
A senior Iranian official does not rule out the possibility of renewed cooperation between the country and Russia on the fight against terrorists in Syria.
It took more than two years for Turkey to implement the plan for its recent ground incursion into Syria, an official says.
A Dutch far-right political party vows to close mosques and ban Holy Quran.
UK protesters have gathered outside the French embassy in London to condemn a recent decision by Paris to ban Islamic swimwear at public beaches.
The Iranian FM rejects US claims that Tehran transfers weapons to Yemen, which has been under relentless Saudi raids for more than a year.
Turkey blames the PKK for a car bomb attack which killed eleven officers at a police checkpoint in the town of Cizre.
A political expert describes the recent peace deal between the Colombian government and the FARC rebels as a major blow to United States’ domination.
An activist says the world is expected to put pressure on the US and the UK to stop supporting the Saudi war on Yemen.
A car bomb explosion has killed eight people and wounded 64 others in the southeastern Turkish town of Jizre.
Days ahead of the Rio Paralympics in Brazil, the Japanese have started preparing themselves for the next round of games which are going to be held in their capital city Tokyo.
The number of Canadians who have joined extremist organizations abroad such as Daesh is growing, a report says.
The British press is in no position to lecture the French about discrimination and Islamophobia, a political analyst says.
Russian military forces have launched large snap military drills in areas bordering Ukraine and the Baltic states.
Yemeni forces seize control of a strategic military position on the Saudi side of the border.
UNICEF says without aid, some 49,000 Nigerian children will die of malnutrition this year.
Official figures show Oman has faced a budget deficit of equal to $9.1 billion in the first half of 2016 as a result of low oil prices.
The European Commission and Portugal have agreed to inject up to €5 billion into the country’s biggest and ailing bank Caixa Geral de Depositos (CGD).
The Iranian men’s national beach soccer team defeats Japan 5-1 to progress to the final match of the first edition of the Continental Tournament.
The Iranian men’s national 7-a-side football team has been awarded a sport at the upcoming Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Indian-controlled Kashmir has been the scene of extreme violence following the killing of a pro-independence figure Burhan Wani by Indian troops.
By arresting Anjem Choudary, are the British finally getting serious about tackling Daesh?
This edition of The Debate discusses Colombia's historic peace agreement.
Control Arms Coalition: The US, Britain and France must stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia to stop the killing of Yemeni civilians.
This edition of 'The Debate' discusses Turkey's ongoing air and ground offensive against Daesh and Kurdish fores in Syria's border town of Jarablus.
On the occasion of the Iranian Govt. Week, this program examines the Rouhani administration's achievements in tackling foreign and domestic economic woes.