Britain rejects reports that a missile was misfired, possibly towards the United States, during a test of its nuclear weapons last year.
President Trump signs an executive order to withdraw the US from the Trans Pacific Partnership deal he inherited from Obama.
The UN and the Yemeni Ansarullah movement reach an agreement on holding fresh talks.
The Iraqi forces wrest control of all of eastern Mosul.
Protesters clash with regime forces in Bahrain over the ruling Al Khalifah regime's crackdown on political dissidents.
Syria's UN ambassador says opposition groups made provocative remarks during the Astana talks.
Washington, DC may charge hundreds of Trump protesters with “felony rioting.”
Trump and Netanyahu have agreed to consult closely on Middle East issues, including Iran, the White House says.
The British Army’s own think tank has warned that the force is no match for its Russian counterpart in the instance of a war.
Representatives from the Syrian government and opposition groups are in the Kazakh capital to attend negotiations mediated by Iran, Russia and Turkey.
The Palestinian Authority has denounced the latest Israeli plan to build hundreds of new settler units in Jerusalem al-Quds.
Iran International and Heerenveen striker Reza Ghoochan-nejad has topped the goal scorers’ list in the Dutch top flight.
A commentator says the fact that the US president has invited Netanyahu to visit Washington indicates that the Israel lobby will be controlling US foreign under a Trump administration.
The Netherlands has celebrated the national tulip day. The event marks the official start of the tulip season in the country.
A school in Uruguay is teaching students how to live in harmony with nature.
Israelis could assassinate Donald Trump if he would not toe the Israeli line, an American analyst says.
The collapse of an ageing high-rise building in Tehran provokes strong criticism of the Tehran mayor.
WikiLeaks has blasted Trump for breaking a promise on releasing his tax returns.
Zulfukar Sukru Kanberoglu, a deputy head of the TMSF state fund, was dismissed in a decree on Monday.
A Saudi court finds the online activist guilty of “insulting” the Al Saud kingdom on his Twitter post.
Salim Al-Aufi, an undersecretary at Oman’s Ministry of Oil and Gas says the Sultanate expects oil prices to reach $60-$70 a barrel by the end of the year.
Iran national under-23 wheelchair basketball team beats Thailand 73-41 in Asia-Oceania qualifying tournament for world championship.
Bulgarian volleyball head coach Radostin Stoychev is in Tehran for talks with the Iranian volleyball federation officials.
The state-run Kuwait News Agency says the leak happened at the al-Maqwa field but offered no details about how many barrels of oil had been spilled.
It’s no secret Iranians have a sweet tooth, so much that we make or buy sweets on any given occasion.
Professor Tariq Ramadan, in this episode of Food for Thought, talks about sharing common responsibilities.
This episode of The Debate discusses the issue of illegal Israeli settlements under the Trump presidency.
Malaysia has hosted a special meeting to discuss the plight of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar’s Rakhine state.
The crimes in Bahrain continue in as ugly and blunt a manner as ever, and the UK seems to prefer to act like an overexcited cheerleader in support of the regime.
This episode of The Debate discusses the International reactions to Donald Trump's presidency.