The Russian capital is celebrating the Persian New Year in the country’s largest ethnographic park, Etonimr.
Rallies against and in support of president Donald Trump have taken place across the United States.
EU leaders have met in Rome to mark the 60th anniversary of the bloc’s foundation.
The African Union is grappling with lack of funds to maintain thousands of its troops deployed in Somalia.
People across the world have observed Earth Hour that aims to raise awareness about energy consumption and climate change.
March 26 marks the second anniversary of the Saudi invasion of Yemen.
Shia Muslims in Pakistan have held week-long celebrations to mark the birthday anniversary of prophet Muhammad’s daughter.
US President Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan have withdrawn a healthcare bill, after it failed to gain enough support to pass in Congress.
The Syrian army has managed to take control of a key area in Jobar which lies on the outskirts of the capital Damascus.
Supporters and opponents of Park Geun-hye have held separate rallies in the capital Seoul.
Palestinians in Gaza have held a funeral procession for slain senior Hamas official.
Thousands protest in Belgium against the practice of what has been described as 'social dumping'.
Japan Drone 2017, one of the country’s biggest commercial drone events, is underway.
Egypt's ousted strongman Hosni Mubarak has been freed from detention.
As the humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate in Yemen, aid groups distribute food rations among the displaced families fleeing the Saudi war.
Ukraine’s central bank has imposed sanctions on five Russian state-owned banks operating in the country.
Italian prosecutors have launched an investigation into activities of some privately-run aid vessels rescuing refugees off the Libyan coast.
Saudi Arabia has been carrying out deadly airstrikes on Yemen since March 2015.
A number of experts have discussed challenges facing the European Union at the Brussels Forum which is Belgium's largest annual conference.
Khalid Masood, a 52-year-old British-born man has been identified as the attacker responsible for the deaths of three individuals on Wednesday.
It’s been three days since the start of Nowruz holidays and many people across Iran are on vacation.
Pakistan celebrates its National Day in remembrance of the country’s independence struggle against Britain.
Supporters of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria continue their peaceful protests, demanding the release of their leader Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky.
South Korea’s Sewol Ferry, which sank in 2014, has been raised from the sea floor.
The Syrian army continues to repel militant attacks on Damascus’ outskirts for the fifth consecutive day.
Despite intentional calls for Israel to stop settlement construction, new illegal housing units have increased dramatically.
Four people have been killed and at least 40 others injured outside the UK Parliament after an assailant rammed a car into pedestrians and stabbed a police officer.
Baseem Abu Ramadan is an exile in Gaza. He has been there for over a year and a half and has been denied permit to reunite with his family.
The Syrian army continues to push back Nusra Front terrorists.
Ceremonies have been held in Brussels to mark the first anniversary of Daesh terrorist attacks which killed over 30 people dead and left more than 300 others injured.
The United Nations’ Happiness Index has placed Ukraine among African states. The country was ranked 132 among 155.
The French interior minister has been forced to resign following revelations of ghost jobs for his family, in a case resembling that of presidential candidate Francois Fillon.
Hundreds of millions across the world are celebrating the Persian New Year, or Nowruz.
A hospital in the Yemeni capital has received deformed babies from Al-Hudaydah coastal area, which is currently under relentless Saudi airstrikes.
Palestinians in the blockaded Gaza Strip have marked World Water Day amid an ongoing water crisis.
The US and South Korean envoys have met in Seoul to coordinate strategy on North Korea.
Yemeni Foreign Minister, Hisham Sharaf, has called on the UN to live up to its international responsibility and help end two years of the Saudi-imposed war on Yemen.
The representatives of the United Nations member states that celebrate Nowruz have co-organized a ceremony at U-N headquarters to mark International Day of Nowrouz.
People in Indian-controlled Kashmir are celebrating Nowruz, a traditional festival that marks the end of winter and the arrival of spring.
Tense bilateral relations between Kabul and Islamabad seem to be getting repaired after the resumption of the trade links.
Ukraine's biggest flower exhibition has kicked off in the capital city of Kiev. Merchants from eight countries have brought their best samples of flowers to the exhibit.
Indian pharmaceutical companies are worried that the new US administration may get tough and curtail imports of medicine from India.
Pakistan’s Parliament has approved a new constitutional amendment that revives the controversial military courts.
Police and emergency officials are working round the clock in Iran to ensure safe travel for millions of people during Nowruz holiday.
Former South Korean president Park Geun-hye has been grilled by prosecutors following her impeachment and removal from office.
Demonstrations have been held around France in order to stop the massive job losses in the key sectors of manufacturing and public service.
Palestinians say they will continue to exhaust all legal channels to put an end to Israel’s settlement projects.
The first four days of Nowruz are national holidays in Tajikistan. During these days people gather in special arenas to get amused by local games and sports.
As Nowruz festivities continue all over the world, tens of thousands of Iranians have chosen the Holy city of Karbala in Iraq to celebrate the Persian New Year.
Creditors are warning the Greek government the dept-ridden country could face a new economic crisis unless it implements the agreed austerity policies.
A third strike in less than a month by Alitalia staff has caused disruptions and delays at Rome international airport.
The Syrian Army has been trying to counter an attack by terrorist groups in the northeast of the capital Damascus.
Senior Pakistani and Indian officials have met in Islamabad to discuss their dispute over water.
A new report on the impact of climate change on Uganda indicates worsening food insecurity across several parts of the country.
People in Iran and many other countries are celebrating the Persian New Year or Nowruz.
Soil fertility has decreased in Gaza due to three Israeli wars on the coastal enclave and the constant shelling of farm land.
People in Tajikistan are marking the beginning of spring or Nowruz by observing special rituals.
Masses flock to the shrine of the first Shia Imam in Iraq's Holy city of Najaf to celebrate the birth anniversary of Hazrat Fatima, the wife of Imam Ali.
Pro-Spanish civil society and political forces have rallied in the Catalan capital against the independence motion of the north-eastern region.
Turkey says it wants to hold campaign rallies in Germany ahead of its upcoming referendum on constitutional changes.
Yemen’s Ansarullah fighters and allied army units say they have fired a long-range ballistic missile at an airbase in the Saudi capital.
Iran is marking the 66th anniversary of the nationalization of the country’s oil industry.
Police brutality seems to be a constant problem in France, yet, it has received little attention in the presidential race.
With Indian parliamentary elections approaching, the Kashmiri pro-independence leadership is encouraging people in the flash-point region to boycott the vote.
North Korea has tested a rocket engine under the supervision of the country’s leader Kim Jong-un.
The Persian New Year known as Nowruz is just around the corner and Afghans are preparing to celebrate the occasion with pomp and gaiety.
Palestinians have denounced the UN decision to remove a report that accuses Israel of imposing an apartheid regime against the people in the occupied territories.
Thousands of people have marched in the Greek capital Athens on World Day Against Racism to emphasize the negative consequences of the fragile and inconclusive refugee deal between the EU and Turkey.
The US administration has filed notice to appeal a ruling by a federal judge in Maryland that blocked Donald Trump's revised executive order on foreign travelers from six Muslim majority countries.
Tens of thousands of people have demonstrated in London and other major British cities in a determined show of unity against racism and Islamophobia.
The secretary general of Lebanon’s Hezbollah movement says the resistance has been victorious in all fronts it has engaged whether in Syria, Iraq or Yemen.
France’s presidential election has been marked by scandals and surprises alike, and that has left many left-wing activists believing their candidate could win an unexpected victory.
A quartet of international groups has met at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo to discuss the volatile situation in Libya.
Hundreds of militants and their families have begun leaving their last stronghold in the Syrian city of Homs.
Thousands of supporters of impeached South Korean president Park Gun-hey have rallied in the capital Seoul.
An upsurge in fighting and a collapsing economy have set off famine in South Sudan, driving thousands into neighboring Uganda and other East African countries.
Hundreds of militants and their families have begun leaving their last stronghold in the Syrian city of Homs following a deal with the Syrian government.
On the occasion of the birth anniversary of the daughter of the Prophet Mohammad, Yemeni women have held a rally outside the Saudi embassy in Sana’a.
A conference has been held in Moscow to help Russian companies learn more about business opportunities in Iran.
The Persian New Year is just around the corner and Iranians are gearing up to celebrate the Persian New Year, known as Nowruz.
A report by Italy’s tax police shows that fraud and corruption have risen in the country, badly affecting its domestic economy.
US President Donald Trump and Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel held a press conference at the White House on Friday.
After over a week, the family of slain Palestinian activist Basel al-Araj was finally able to bury the body of their beloved son in their village of Walajah, northwest of Bethlehem.
Yemenis have taken to the streets of the capital Sana’a to slam Saudi Arabia’s aggression against their country.
The United Nations Security Council, in response to Russia’s request, has met to discuss the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
India has recently introduced a national identity card, known as the Aadhaar card.
The US secretary of state says all options are on the table regarding Washington's policy toward North Korea.
A Kashmiri man charged with involvement in the 2005 blasts in New Delhi has been acquitted by an Indian court.
The sixty-first session of the commission on the status of women is underway at the United Nations headquarters in New York.
A small celebration of the Persian New Year known as Nowruz has been held in the Ukrainian capital Kiev.
In the Mexican state of Veracruz, a mass grave has been found containing more than 250 human skulls.