Russia is outraged after US State Department spokesman John Kirby said terrorists in Syria could launch attacks "against Russian interests, perhaps even Russian cities."
Ayatollah Khamenei says the true essence of Iran’s Army came to light during the eight-year war imposed by Iraq with the backing of major global powers.
The Chinese military will not sit and watch Japan doing patrols with the US in the South China Sea, says Beijing.
A court in the US state of Louisiana has released a video showing officers fatally shooting a 6-year-old autistic boy last November.
Syrian government forces make new advances against terrorists in a series of operations which the army says left many terrorists dead.
India says it has conducted “surgical strikes” against militants in Kashmir; Pakistan says it only received provocative cross-border fire that killed two of its soldiers.
The protest rally was held in the northwestern village of Diraz to mark the 100th day since Sheikh Qassim was stripped of his nationality.
The call is meant to mark the one-year anniversary of the beginning of what is described as the third Intifada throughout the West Bank and Jerusalem al-Quds.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry says the most important outcome of Zarif’s trip to Turkey was agreeing on a humanitarian pause in fighting in Syria.
Iran says Saudi Arabia’s claims that Tehran is arming Yemen’s Ansarullah fighters are “pure fabrications and unsubstantiated allegations.”
The US Congress has overwhelmingly voted to reject Barack Obama’s veto of a bill that would allow the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia.
An expert says possible lawsuits against Saudi Arabia over the 9/11 attacks would also implicate the US and Israel.
An academic says the vote on 9/11 bill is a profound embarrassment for Obama who saw the first veto override of his presidency.
World number one Novak Djokovic has withdrawn from next week's China Open in Beijing because of an elbow injury.
The Mercedes duo spent some time meeting their hardcore fans in Kuala Lumpur ahead of Sunday's race.
US Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson says Hillary Clinton is most likely to start a nuclear war if elected.
As the main planners of the 9/11 attacks, the US and Israel are trying to hide their tracks by hiding behind Saudi Arabia, says an analyst.
Saudi Arabia wants to put the blame of OPEC inaction in Algiers on Iran after making a calculated offer which it knows will not be acceptable to Tehran.
At its peak, Australia exported almost $1 billion worth of goods to Iran before nuclear sanctions slashed the trade to below $350 million.
The new legislation came into force on Wednesday to prevent people from bribing teachers, journalists and officials.
OPEC has reportedly reached a deal to cut its production to 32.5 million barrels per day from November.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) says the global trade will expand by merely 1.7 percent in 2016, downgrading a previous estimate of 2.8 percent that it had announced in April.
Iran’s national Futsal team looses 4-3 to Russia and fails to reach the FIFA Futsal World Cup 2016 final.
Billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has outlined a plan for a fully reusable transportation system that will take 100 people to Mars.
Family is of paramount importance in Islam and Islamic states. There are numerous Islamic teachings regarding the rearing of children and the appropriate behavior toward wives.
This edition of The Debate discusses the US nuclear weapons policy.
Saudi Arabia has made a lot of attempts to push Iran to the corner and remove it from regional equations, while giving financial support to terrorists.
This edition of 'The Debate' takes a closer look at the TV duel between the two US presidential contenders.
Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif warns Saudi Arabia of the repercussions of sponsoring terrorist groups in the region.
This edition of The Debate is about Israel's role in the US presidential election.