Many believe that the recapture of Mosul, which fell to Daesh in 2014, would signal the terror outfit’s total defeat in Iraq.
Sanctions imposed on Hezbollah by US, Saudi regime are aimed at "disrupting Hezbollah's worldwide commercial and financial infrastructure."
Michel Aoun is an ally of Lebanon’s resistance movement, Hezbollah.
Over 250 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces since last October.
Clashes have broken out in Aleppo shortly the Russian-initiated humanitarian pause in the Syrian city took effect.
Netanyahu has expressed concerns that Obama may take action against Israel’s interests before leaving office.
Republican and Democratic nominees, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, face off in the last one-on-one debate in the run-up to the US 2016 election.
The rebuttal on Thursday came after the top US commander in the Middle East, Joseph Votel, said he thought Iran was playing a role in alleged recent missile launches.
President Duterte of the Philippines met his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, in Beijing on Thursday.
The ceasefire, which was brokered by the UN, followed days of fierce clashes between Saudi-led invasion forces and Yemeni troops.
A former US army officer says Washington undermines peace in Syria by training and financing terrorist groups in the country.
In the NHL, the Winnipeg Jets overcame a four-goal deficit to beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-4 in overtime on Wednesday.
Rafael Nadal shows off his new tennis academy in his hometown of Majorca.
An analyst says the US presidential debates try to achieve nothing as they are just mudslinging attempts.
The Palestinians urged the UN Security Council on Wednesday to adopt a new resolution scheduled to be submitted to the council in December.
“Americans need to wake up and see that their nation has become a criminal empire rather than a republic,” Kevin Barrett told Press TV on Thursday.
A majority of likely American voters believe the media is biased against Donald Trump, a new poll shows.
Donald Trump has declared that he might not accept the results of the November 8 presidential election if there is evidence it was rigged.
American troops in Iraq should avoid direct involvement in the battle to retake Mosul, a former Pentagon official says.
Donald Trump has no proof that the election is being stolen from him, but “rigging elections is all-American.”
The European Central Bank (ECB) has kept its interest rates at record lows.
Saudi Arabia has launched the sale of $17.5 billion of debt in what would be the largest emerging-market bond issue.
The Iranian men’s national team loses to Poland 25-41 at the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup in India.
Iran’s youth football team and Japan play out a goalless draw at the 2016 AFC U-19 Championship in Bahrain.
This episode of The Debate discuses US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s claim that the upcoming election will be rigged.
Thousands of Iraqi forces are advancing on a number of strategic villages east of Mosul, the last strong hold of Daesh terrorists in Iraq.
The Internet has led a lot of people spend too much time in front of the computer, so much so that it becomes the center of their live.
This episode of The Debate is about west's double standards on the Syrian war, especially when it comes to suffering of Syrian children.
This episode examines the factors that led to a big drop in ratings for the second US presidential TV debate compared to the record viewership for the first debate.
This episode reviews the mainstream media's focus on the two main candidates, the approach to third party candidates and the vice presidential debate.