Russian President Vladimir Putin denies allegations that US President-elect Donald Trump has been compromised by Russian intelligence.
The United States vows to step up support for the Turkish forces by conducting airstrikes in Syria’s al-Bab.
The Iranian president says the nuclear deal between Tehran and the P5+1 proved Iran's honesty and sincerity.
With only days left of his administration, US President Barack Obama pays $500 million for a UN program to help poor countries cut their greenhouse gases in a fight for a better climate worldwide.
The commander of Nineveh Liberation Operation says Iraqi forces are in control of Mosul’s Central Mosque.
The US is increasing airdrops of supplies, ranging from small arms ammunition to vehicles, to militants in Syria, a report says.
Tel Aviv has come under fire for its violence against Palestinians and adopting a policy of shoot-to-kill.
China says all parties to the JCPOA should continue to earnestly carry out their obligations under the nuclear agreement.
Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain will not have “partial” membership of the EU “that leaves it half-in, half-out.”
The European Union and the United Nations both reaffirm their endorsement of the nuclear deal reached between Iran and the P5+1.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has outlined her government's Brexit plans in the first major speech on the topic since Britain voted to leave the European Union in June.
Relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan have been tense for months. But ties between the two neighbors have hit a new low after recent terrorist attacks in Afghanistan.
The Syrian army has made major gains against foreign-backed terrorists in Ain al-Fijeh town near the capital Damascus.
British sailor Alex Thomson has set a world record for the greatest distance sailed solo in 24 hours, covering 536.8 nautical miles (994.15 km) in the Vendee Globe round-the-world race.
A leading Russian innovative biotech company presented a breakthrough cancer drug - with early tests suggesting it is more effective in battling the disease than foreign analogues, in Saint Petersburg, on Monday.
Bahrainis have held several mass protests over the past few days to denounce the recent executions of three Shia activists.
A senior Iranian official warns of plots seeking to undermine cooperation among Iran, Syria and Russia in the fight against terrorism.
Reuters says global ship insurers have reached a deal to provide full coverage for Iranian oil exports without involving US-domiciled reinsurers.
Defense Ministry spokesman Chhum Socheat says Cambodian troops will not participate in the annual "Angkor Sentinel" joint drill as they are needed for local elections in June.
John Brennan says the incoming US president crossed a line by likening the US intelligence community to Nazi Germany.
A new UN report says sluggish world growth threatens to disrupt UN's plan to end poverty.
General Motors joins other companies including Ford to announce plans to create jobs in the US.
Chinese president defends globalization addressing the World Economic Forum underway in Davos.
Lebanese footballer Rabih Atayah has signed with Iran’s Zob Ahan Isfahan Football Club for a season and a half.
This edition of The Debate is about Britain's exit from the European Union's single market.
US President-elect Donald Trump shows no signs of withdrawing from his stance to improve ties with Russia.
This episode of The Debate discusses the Egyptian court rejection of government plans to transfer two islands to Saudi Arabia.
In this episode of Food for Thought, Professor Tariq Ramadan talks about sharing common responsibilities.
We all admire the beauty of art because of our innate aesthetic awareness. Do you know what else we innately admire? Food and drinks.
This episode discusses Bahrain's heavy-handed security response to anyone who opposes its policies.