Iraqi Defense Ministry says the country’s army has started major military drills with Turkish army along the common border.
The British, French, German and the European Union ambassadors to the United States support Iran nuclear deal.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres voices his worries over a controversial referendum on the independence of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region from Iraq’s central government.
The Iraqi parliament demands deployment of government troops to areas disputed with Kurds in the wake of a controversial independence referendum in the country's Kurdish region.
A senior Iranian official says the Kurdish independence referendum is a new US-Israeli plot to partition the country.
Turkish president says Ankara will close its border with Iraqi Kurdistan over a controversial independence plebiscite.
North Korea says it can shoot down US strategic bombers in response to Washington’s threats.
The Tel Aviv regime is expected to approve plans for the construction of 2,000 new settler units in the occupied West Bank.
Presidents of Iran and Russia declare their support for Iraq’s territorial integrity and national unity.
Iraqi Kurds are voting in a controversial independence referendum that has drawn massive objection at regional and international levels.
A high-ranking lawmaker in the US House of Representatives has officially announced the start of an investigation into use of a private email account by US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
Trump is in the pocket of the Israeli regime and their agents in the US who are currently in his administration, an American writer and researcher says.
The Iranian students' national futsal team picks up the trophy at the end of the 2017 Asian-Pacific University Futsal & Cheerleading Championship.
Iran will host the second edition of Mustafa Prize ceremony to grant the OIC’s prestigious science and technology award to top researchers and scientists of the member states.
The Pentagon chief says it would be “a shocking display of irresponsibility” for North Korea to go ahead with its threat to test a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific.
Venezuelans are facing severe scarcity of gasoline. Gas station workers say the lack of fuel lasts several hours and sometimes an entire day.
France's long-running state of emergency is about to become permanent, according to top NGOs.
Israel has arrested another Palestinian journalist.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 09:00 GMT to 17:00 GMT, September 25, 2017.
30,000 people from 71 different countries participated in a marathon in Moscow, Sunday.
National Football League players in the United States have started a protest movement against widespread racism.
The secession referendum in Kurdistan has been condemned by Iran, Turkey and the central government in Baghdad.
Germany Chancellor Angella Merkel has won the fourth term in office after Sunday elections.
Religious gatherings and conferences are being held across the region to mark the martyrdom anniversary of the third Shia Imam.
In September 1980, Iraq’s former dictator Saddam Hussein attacked Iran.
Iranian Paralympic shooters have collected three medals at the 2017 World Shooting Para Sport World Cup in Croatia.
Bayer Leverkusen have moved up to 10th in the Bundesliga table, after beating Hamburg 3-0.
Spain’s Marc Marquez has won the Aragon MotoGP in his home country, to claim his 5th victory of the season.
In what could be a strange twist in regional diplomacy, Israel is inching closer to Arab states, particularly those in the Persian Gulf region.
Donald Trump made his first address to the United Nations. The US president brought his “America-First” message to the General Assembly.
This episode of The Debate discusses Iraq's Kurdish secession referendum.
Myanmar's security forces have long been attacking Rohingyas and torching their villages since October 2016, in a bid to push them out of the western state of Rakhine.
Parsons green terror attack , the Westminster attack, the Manchester bombing, the London Bridge attack and the Finsbury Park attack are direct fruits of Western intelligence services and in particular CIA and MI6’ miscalculations.
The United States has by far the largest military budget in the world. It spends more than the next nine largest spenders combined together.