The Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says it has completed 85 percent of its operation to dislodge Jabhat Fatah al-Sham militants from the Lebanese-Syrian border.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ended a tour of Arab countries fighting one another in a diplomatic war, without contributing to a resolution of the dispute.
The Jerusalem Islamic Waqf says Muslims should continue to stay away from the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in protest pending a review of new Israeli measures at the site.
A guard at the Israeli embassy in Jordan who recently killed two Jordanians has returned to Israel, evading questioning that had been initially sought by Amman.
The House of Representatives is voting today to impose new sanctions against Russia, Iran as well as North Korea.
The Iranian intelligence minister says the security forces thwarted more than 120 terrorist attacks across the country during recent years.
Russia says any US decision to provide Ukraine with weapons will set back peace talks and heighten tensions.
The Iraqi vice president says Baghdad seeks ‘susbtantial’ Russian and political presence in the Arab state, which is engaged in a battle against terrorism.
A South Korean government source says Pyongyang appears to be preparing for a new missile launch on an upcoming military anniversary.
Leaders of Russia, France, Germany and Ukraine call for a “a complete ceasefire” in Ukraine’s conflict-ridden east.
if the talks yield positive results, Shell could supply fuel not only at the Imam Khomeini International Airport but also in other areas.
EXIM’s Vice President Sun Ping and CEO of the Bank for Industry and Mines Ali Ahraf Afkhami signed the documents in Tehran on Tuesday after “16 months of intensive talks”.
The US military says human error by a sailor caused a ballistic missile intercept test to fail last month.
The military drills will involve all of Sweden’s military branches along with forces from several NATO member states.
A man in Canada has been charged with hate crime over posting anti-Muslim videos online.
A university professor says the recent military advancement in the Qalamoun Mountains gives Lebanon’s Hezbollah an upper-hand in fighting terrorists.
Representatives from a number of Palestinian resistance groups have held a presser in the Iranian capital Tehran.
Inter Milan edged out Lyon 1-0 in the International Champions Cup in Nanjing Olympic Sports Center, China.
Fresh cracks appear in ties between Pakistan and the United States after Washington withheld the remainder of a military reimbursement fund to Islamabad.
The independence referendum fervor has reached its height in Iraq’s Kurdistan region, with most local media outlets praising a Yes vote.
Member of the Iranian national women's cycling team Zaynab Sasanian has been killed in a road crash.
The Iran men's national under-23 volleyball team blanks Iraq 3-0 at the 19th Asian Senior Men’s Volleyball Championship in Indonesia.
Iranian karate fighters win five more medals at the 23rd edition of Summer Deaflympics in Turkey.
The profits of the second quarter of the year for Google parent company Alphabet drop in the wake of an anti-trust fine by the European Union.
This episode of The Debate is about Donald Trump’s relations with Russia.
The Boycott, Sanctions and Divestment Movement is under attack; this time by US lawmakers.
The Trump administration has announced the largest crackdown on healthcare fraud schemes totaling more than $1 billion.
In big cities like Tehran, bookstores are the perfect getaway for those who wish to spend a few hours on their own reading for pleasure.
This episode of The Debate discusses the latest Israeli violations in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Claiming Britain is now regarded as an endemic surveillance society is nothing new.