The Iranian capital is hosting the second and last day of an international conference in support of the Palestinian Intifada (Uprising).
Washington has currently about 500 Special Operations troops in Syria.
Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Sydney with a nearly three-hour delay due to Indonesia's ban on the Israeli plane.
President Hassan Rouhani reassures Syria of the Islamic Republic’s steady support for the Arab nation.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Ground Forces partake in the third and final day of military drills in northeastern Iran.
Yemeni forces strike a gathering of pro-Saudi militants with a missile, killing the Emirati commander and a militant commander loyal to the former government.
Israeli fighter jets have reportedly struck Syrian army positions outside Damascus.
US prosecutors allege those indicted used "black bloc" tactics, causing violence and attempting to disguise their identities during Inauguration Day protests.
Amnesty International says Donald Trump’s “poisonous” rhetoric will unleash “the darkest aspects of humanity.”
Iraqi forces close in on the Mosul International Airport, inflicting heavy losses on from Daesh terrorists.
An unmanned Russian cargo ship lifted off successfully Wednesday on a supply mission to the International Space Station.
An academic says the Saudis have no intention of ending their attacks and don't mind seeing the Yemeni population starve to death in this war of attrition.
Top seed Kei Nishikori has been knocked out of the opening round of the Rio Open, at the hands of Thomaz Bellucci of Brazil.
The US city of Los Angeles has hosted the annual cookie and sweets show.
An analyst says Wahhabism and Zionism are ideologies engineered by imperial powers to sow division among religious communities in the region.
The US president's immigration policies show that he acts without thinking first, says an analyst.
British prisons are holding child inmates in solitary confinement in defiance of UN torture rules, an investigation finds.
A Wednesday report by Amnesty International slammed Australia’s abuse of Aboriginal children and asylum seekers held in offshore facilities.
Juhel Miah, a British Muslim teacher, is removed from a US-bound flight without any explanation.
The official guidelines expose an expansion of immigration raids and the new definition of criminal aliens.
The Iranian women’s national rollball team defeats defending champion Kenya to advance to the final match of the fourth edition of Rollball World Cup.
The national Iranian and Kazakh Olympic committees have signed an MoU on mutual sports cooperation.
In a letter, US companies urge Congressmen to push tax code rewrite
FIFA has officially invited Iranian football referee Alireza Faghani to the Referee Seminar for 2018 FIFA World Cup in Florence, Italy, later this year.
Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta is facing one of the most significant challenges of his administration.
This week’s edition of Iran Today looks at the tragic collapse the Plasco high-rise in Tehran last month.
This edition of The Debate focuses on the challenges ahead of Palestinian people in 2017.
As talk of Brexit gets heated, the sign of cracks appearing in all corners of politics seems more visible than ever before.
UN has stopped using the word transition as the aim of the upcoming peace talks in Geneva.
This edition of The Debate focuses on the prospect of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the wake of Donald Trump's presidency.