The Turkish president says Ankara will continue its military operations in Iraq and Syria.
A new bill is being introduced in an attempt to fund the border wall US President Donald Trump had promised to build on the Mexican border.
Around 30,000 babies in the United States alone are born critically early.
Three former New York police officers and a lawyer were arrested and charged Tuesday in a long-running bribery case.
A government spokesman slammed Ankara for violating Iraq’s sovereignty.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) puts Turkey on a monitoring watchlist over its post-coup crackdown and human rights violations.
Americans are losing faith in President Trump’s ability to keep his promises, a new poll shows.
Police in Parana displayed a haul of dollars and other currencies in plastic bags, as well as a powerful automatic rifle.
A young protester is killed during anti-government protests in Venezuela.
The Iranian defense minister warns of the potential 'uncontrollable consequences' of US measures around the world.
The office of Hungary’s representative in Brussels has confirmed Orban's hearing.
The air raid by Turkish warplanes in Sinjar Mountains area left five peshmerga soldiers and one police officer dead.
Bahraini courts strip 36 anti-regime activists of nationality as part of the Al Khalifah regime's crackdown on political dissidents.
The Israeli premier cancels talks with the visiting German foreign minister over the diplomats planned meetings with rights groups.
The request is the second filed by Ankara in relation to the soldiers.
Ivanka Trump has faced a skeptical audience in Germany, one that views the new presidency with fear and suspicion.
The seventh meeting of the Iran-P5+1 Joint Commission, which monitors the implementation of the JCPOA, is held in Vienna.
Police said the arrested were one Spaniard and eight Moroccans living in Catalonia between 30 and 40 years old.
Britain's opposition Labour Party will immediately guarantee the rights of EU citizens living in the country if it wins a June election, it said on Tuesday.
Turkey’s top administrative court rejects the appeal by the main opposition party against the referendum results.
A government spokesman said the talks would begin on May 24 and would last five days.
An Iranian presidential candidate says the next administration must be at the forefront of the campaign against corruption.
Israeli military forces ruin the Bedouin village of Araqeeb for the 112th time.
A woman and two children were among the victims.
F-35A stealth Joint Strike Fighters fly from a base in the UK to Estonia, which has an almost 200-mile-long border with Russia.
The region's Kremlin-backed leaders said the measure had little-to-no impact.
Trump has shown flexibility on his border wall funding in an attempt to avoid a looming government shutdown.
Ayatollah Khamenei says the United States and Zionists are leading belligerence against Iran because Islam is most prominent in the country.
Protesters say the city of Hudaydah should be declared a humanitarian zone and spared in the Saudi war on the impoverished country.
A senior commander says Iraqi troops have cleansed al-Tanak of Daesh terrorists and are now in full control of the neighborhood.
US Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren has blasted President Donald Trump for his performance in the first 100 days in office.
Kurdish sources in Iraq say the Peshmerga forces were killed “by mistake” as the Turkish military resumes its anti-PKK bombing campaign.
The former US president is set to give one of his first paid speeches this September, according to reports.
The latest bout of violence occurred on a day of massive anti-government protests staged across the country.
South Korean media say Pyongyang is engaged in large-scale live-fire artillery exercises amid an escalating war of words with Washington.
A Russian lawmaker says the British defense chief’s comments about a preemptive nuclear strike against “enemies” deserve a “tough response.”
Iran’s top nuclear official says the US will be “explicitly” violating a multilateral nuclear deal with Iran if it refuses to extend sanctions relief for Iran on May 19.
The Israeli PM gives an “ultimatum” to the visiting German foreign minister over his plans to meet with pro-Palestine NGOs.
The occasion marks the anniversary of the day Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was chosen as Allah’s final messenger.
The commander of US forces in Afghanistan says Russia is arming the Taliban, an issue that Pentagon chief James Mattis says needs a response.
Washington has dispatched a nuclear submarine to South Korea amid escalating tensions with the North.
A senior Iranian official has dismissed the latest allegations by MKO terrorist group that Tehran is seeking to develop a nuclear military site.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will use nuclear weapons “as a first strike” against UK’s enemies, even if the country is not directly attacked, says Defense Secretary Michael Fallon.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the time has come to shift from the paradigm of imposition to the paradigm of dialogue.
A liberal nonprofit consumer advocacy group in the US is warning about the extraordinary grant of power to corporate businesses in President Donald Trump's administration.
Former US President Barack Obama reappears in public for the first time since Donald Trump’s grip to power.
International aid agencies have called for life-saving assistance to help millions of Yemeni civilians facing starvation and disease.
British Prime Minister Theresa May recently called for snap elections in an effort to avoid “possible criminal prosecutions.”
US President Donald Trump has said the United Nations Security Council must impose new sanctions on North Korea.
China is set to launch its first home-built aircraft carrier after more than two years, reports say.
Iran has launched an ambitious project to connect houses to a nationwide fiber optic network.
The US Treasury issues "sweeping sanctions" against Syrian officials over a suspected chemical attack early this month.
A senior Iranian official says the Islamic Republic has lived up to its commitments under the JCPOA.
An EU official warns that the continental bloc could rethink its relations with Turkey.
Palestinian hunger striker Marwan Barghouti's health conditions have been reported to be critically deteriorating.
The news of the S-400 negotiations between Ankara and Moscow surfaced in November 2016.
France's outgoing President Francois Hollande on Monday urged people to back centrist Emmanuel Macron in a vote to choose his successor.
Russia says Syria will stop operations in Khan Shaykhun if experts are sent there to investigate a suspected chemical attack.
The EU foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, says EU-Russia cooperation is 'not frozen' despite EU's anti-Russia sanctions.
Germany’s Volkswagen says it has picked a local Iranian auto company to represent it in one of the biggest markets of the Middle East.
The Kremlin says it respects the result of the first round of the French presidential election.
Philippines’ Duterte is accused of direct links to extrajudicial killings based on a case filed with the ICC.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives are holding a commanding lead over the Labour Party ahead of the June election, a new poll shows.
The Iranian Parliament speaker says the Islamic Republic fully supports Afghanistan’s campaign against terrorism.
Suspected Maoist rebels kill 24 paramilitary commandos and wound six others in a remote part of central India.
The United States has stepped up its drone campaign across Yemen in recent weeks.
Yemeni sources say the UAE is trying to establish control over the strategic Yemeni island of Socotra.
Erdogan's lawyer lodges a complaint against a former French diplomat for inciting assassination of the Turkish leader.
The United States has asked North Korea “to refrain from provocative” actions amid rising tensions between the two countries.
Ayatollah Khamenei pardons or commutes the sentences of 593 eligible Iranian convicts on the occasion of Eid al-Mab'ath.
Ukraine opened a terror probe Monday into a mine blast that killed an American medic from the OSCE.
Indian forces fire live rounds to disperse hundreds of students in the main city of Srinagar.
An Egyptian court has upheld a death penalty for 20 people over their alleged roles in the Kerdasa massacre back in 2013.
The Iranian president says superficial coalitions claiming to fight terrorism cannot play a role in establishing regional stability and security.
Arkansas is scheduled to put two inmates to death on Monday evening, the first double execution in the US in 17 years.
At least 15 people, including children, drowned when an inflatable boat carrying refugees sank off the Aegean island of Lesbos.
Syrian military sources say Russia has expressed willingness to deploy ground forces to the Arab country.
Eight people, including attackers, are killed in two separate bombings in northeast Nigeria.
Tehran mayor and qualified candidate for the country’s upcoming presidential polls says he and a fellow aspirant share the ambition to prevent Rouhani from being reelected.
Investigators are scouring for clues about what sparked a fast-moving New York City house fire that killed five people.
There are no sharia courts (Islamic religious courts) in the United Kingdom or in the wider Atlantic World, international lawyer Barry Grossman says.
Head of the Palestinian Committee of Prisoners’ Affairs Issa Qaraqe denies Israeli media reports that some 88 prisoners have ended their strike.
A New York-based analyst says the UK will continue striking new deals with repressive regimes because it needs such deals to cope with the economic consequences of Brexit.
Israeli forces shot and injured the Palestinian woman on Monday after accusing her of attempting a stabbing attack.
The Turkish president has made incendiary remarks about the Iraqi volunteer force, describing the group as a terrorist organization supported by Iran.
The car bomb explosion hits an area near a military camp in Khost Province.
Trump’s defense secretary has arrived in Afghanistan amid new security challenges.
People took to the streets of the Armenian capital and in the United States to mark the 102nd anniversary of the massacre of thousands of Armenians by Ottoman Turks.
The decision followed calls for demonstrations in four Saudi cities over the weekend.
North Korea says it can sink an approaching US nuclear-powered aircraft carrier in “one strike.”
The UK Independence Party is pushing for a ban on Sharia law and Muslim face veil ahead of the June election.