The Plasco building collapsed after fire engulfed the top floors of the 17-story building in downtown Tehran on Thursday morning.
President Bashar al-Assad says the upcoming talks in Astana will allow humanitarian aid to reach various areas in Syria.
Iran’s Zarif says Tehran is not ‘worried’ about Trump’s threats to quash the nuclear deal as it has its “own options.”
Wadi Barada hosts the main source of water for the capital, Damascus, and its surroundings.
The announcement came on the sidelines of a meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Kuala Lumpur to discuss the plight of Rohingya Muslims.
Anti-Trump protesters stage rallies in Washington, DC, and vow to disrupt his inauguration.
Iran’s Zarif urges Muslim nations to unite in support of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
The UN's Jeffrey Fletman describes the Iran nuclear deal as “a good example of how multilateral diplomacy, political will and perseverance can resolve the most complex issues.”
The Russian foreign minister names European leaders who he says actually interfered in the US presidential vote by supporting one candidate against the other.
Daesh-controlled terrain shrank by 23 percent from 78,000 square kilometers in early January 2016 to 60,400 square kilometers by the end of the year.
The labor unrest which has marked the tenure of French President Francois Hollande has still not subsided.
A South Korean court has denied a request to arrest the de facto head of Samsung Group Lee Jae-yong.
There is no end in sight to the suffering of people in the besieged Gaza Strip who have been grappling with food insecurity due to Israel’s years-long blockade.
Israeli forces have killed a Palestinian man in the Negev desert during a demolition campaign.
India hosts a conference on cultural ties between the country and Iran in the capital New Delhi.
A UN expert says Saudi Arabia should move to enable women to drive cars.
George H.W. Bush says he and his wife could end up “six feet under” if they would attend President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration.
A political analyst says coordination among regional nations has countered Saudi Arabia’s regime change policy in the Middle East.
The Iranian president tested products manufactured by three knowledge-based companies.
An Iranian university professor says the upcoming peace talks on Syria would not bear fruit unless the United States and its regional allies change their policies.
The year 2016 is officially announced as the warmest year on record.
Prime Minister Abe will soon seek to impose a cap on the number of overtime hours employees can work.
The Iranian men’s national futsal team will play four exhibition games against Croatia and Uzbekistan in April.
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