Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have had a fiery face-off during their first presidential debate at Hofstra University in New York.
The Talaash missile system can intercept and strike targets flying either in low, medium, or high altitudes.
Colombian government and FARC rebels use pens made out of real bullets to sign their peace deal.
A senior Syrian officials has called on the US to officially apologize for killing dozens of Syrian troops in an airstrike.
The explosions hit two different districts in the Iraqi capital, also injuring many others.
Iran says certain countries are not honoring their commitments towards the Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Wahhabism, the radical ideology preached by Saudi clerics and inspiring terrorists worldwide, poses an even greater threat to the world than Israel, says Nasrallah.
Al-Ezz, a purported commander of the militant outfit fighting to topple the Syrian government, says the US is supporting his group.
Prominent Labour MP Andy Burnham says the UK government needs to review its discriminatory monitoring of Muslim communities.
‘We want them alive,’ shout the families of the 43 students, whose fate remains a mystery two years after disappearance.
Thousands gather in France as the country hosts the world's oldest free flight festival through the Alps.
US presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced each other for the first time in the first of 3 official presidential debates before the election day in November.
Burnley have moved up to 13th in the English Premier League Standings, following a 2-0 victory over visiting Watford.
Defending champions Real Madrid face a tough test against German side Borussia Dortmund at Signal Iduna Park in their 2nd group-stage game at the UEFA Champions League.
FIFA has disbanded its anti-racism task force, declaring the work complete despite ongoing concerns about discriminatory behavior in 2018 World Cup host Russia.
Powerful Typhoon Megi forces more than 5,000 people to evacuate their homes in Taiwan.
Protesters have staged a rally outside the venue of the US presidential election debate in New York to demand an increase in the minimum wage.
Iran’s nuclear chief warns of the threats posed by the Israeli nuclear stockpile and activities.
Yemeni forces launch an artillery attack against a Saudi military base in the province of Jizan, killing at least four soldiers.
The call for boycott comes as Hillary Clinton asserts “her commitment to countering attempts to delegitimize Israel" in a meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Iranian athletes have received four more deals at the ongoing Asian Beach Games in Vietnam.
Iran under-17 football team outdoes Vietnam 5-0 to qualify for the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup in India.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the country has received assurances from the US that European banks will not be punished for doing business with Iran.
The Central Ban of Iran (CBI) has for the first time introduced the country’s first credit cards that have been devised based on Murabahah Islamic financing structure.
Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif warns Saudi Arabia of the repercussions of sponsoring terrorist groups in the region.
This edition of The Debate is about Israel's role in the US presidential election.
In this episode of Food for Thought, Professor Tariq Ramadan talks about Islamic ethics and importance of the Prophet’s life.
In this episode of Food for Thought, Professor Tariq Ramadan talks about Islamic ethics and the importance of the Prophet’s life.
In this edition of IRAN program, we are going to take a look at the history of Western classical orchestral music in Iran.
This episode of The Debate discusses the war crimes committed by Saudi Arabia in Yemen.