US President Donald Trump boasts about America's military might while commissioning a new aircraft carrier.
Ivanka Trump nd her husband Jared Kushner pushed for the appointment of the new White House communications chief.
Fighters of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement launch a retaliatory ballistic missile attack on a Saudi oil facility in the kingdom’s western Yababu province.
The new White House communications director is yet to win approval of his business sale to a Chinese firm.
The EU warns the US over “unintended consequences” which may result from imposing further sanctions against Russia.
The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is reportedly planning nationwide roundup of teenage immigrants.
US President Donald Trump is highlighting his “complete power to pardon” in the ongoing investigations into his alleged collusion with Russia.
Egypt, France, and Sweden call for an emergency UN Security Council meeting over the recent escalation of tensions in East Jerusalem al-Quds.
A sprawling military base, reportedly the largest in the Middle East, is opened in northwestern Egypt.
Donald Trump tasks a new team to make a case against the Iran nuclear deal after being frustrated with his secretary of state, a report claims.
The Iraqi prime minister says Hashd al-Sha’abi is an “integral” part of the country’s security system.
Denver protesters disrupt Senator Cory Gardner's speech on Trumpcare at GOP summit.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 09:00 GMT to 17:00 GMT, July 22, 2017.
The Iranian defense minister says Iran will continue to fully support the promotion of security and stability in Iraq.
The militants killed at least seven abductees after kidnapping dozens of civilians.
The US special counsel asks the White House to preserve any documents relating to Trump Jr. meeting.
British authorities launch Operation Scepter in an attempt to control a rise in youth violence.
The victims were shot dead a day earlier in an ambush by gunmen in the southern port city.
Iran dismisses as 'unacceptable and meddlesome' a recent statement by the White House against the Islamic Republic.
The Syrian army command says it has ceased its military operations in several areas of Eastern Ghouta near the capital Damascus.
Media report US admitting to inconsistency in describing the Kashmir region, but say there has been no US policy change on the Kashmir dispute.
A court in Turkey reissues arrest warrants for four rights activists previously released on probation.
Hawaii is the first US state to prepare its residents for an "unlikely" missile attack launched from North Korea.
IRGC's Navy seizes a Saudi vessel after trespassing on Iran’s territorial waters in the Persian Gulf.
US experts on the 9/11 attack are helping the UK police to investigate the Grenfell Tower fire disaster.
A Bahraini rights group says the ruling Al Khalifah regime is heading towards further violations of human rights.
Theresa May will remain the British prime minister until at least 2020 and could even fight another national election, the country’s transport minister Chris Grayling has predicted.
Egypt hands down hefty death and jail sentences to people involved in the 2015 death of a prosecutor.
Eleven people have died and nine others were injured after a traffic collision in north China's Hebei province.
Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi says his company is not in a competition for presence in the Islamic Republic, having already clinched deals to develop the country’s Darkhovin oil and Kish gas fields.
Israel boost military presence in the West Bank amid Palestinian protests against the new restrictions at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
The Philippine Congress has voted to extend martial law in the country's south until the end of the year.
Iranian Paralympian athletes have bagged four more medals at the 2017 Summer Deaflympics in Samsun, Turkey.
Iran has inaugurated the mass production line of the domestically-developed Sayyad (Hunter) 3 missile.
EU and UK teams working on future rights of EU citizens in UK and Britons in Europe have failed to resolve 22 of 44 issues under discussion.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 18:00 GMT July 21, 2017 to 08:00 GMT, July 22, 2017.
Australia says the Australian forces have detected a Chinese spy ship near areas, where Canberra and Washington are holding war games.
On Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed off on a new state policy strategy that views the US as aspiring to dominate the world’s oceans in a threat to Russia.
A UN official says Myanmar is still using the same “tactics” to silence its people as the former junta.
The largest city on New Zealand's south island has declared a state of emergency amid a severe storm.
The new allegation, made by an anonymous source close to the Saudi court, is apparently aimed at justifying an abrupt ouster of the former crown prince, Mohammed bin Nayef.
The national Iranian cadet Greco-Roman wrestling team has finished first at the Asian Cadet Championships 2017.
Local Afghan officials revise the death toll from a US air strike on police forces in Helmand to 16.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the US-led coalition operating in Syria and Iraq has been refusing to hit the al-Nusra Front terrorist group.
Iranian sportsmen have collected two more medals at the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships in England.
Mexico’s spiraling violence reached new heights with 2,234 murders in June, the country’s deadliest month in at least 20 years.
The United States is considering financial sanctions against Venezuela to restrict the OPEC nation's oil exports, according to a new report.
A lawyer says the Israeli regime is trying to undermine Palestinians’ right to worship at al-Aqsa Mosque in order to consolidate its control over the Islamic site.
Protesters also call for Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges to step down.
The European Union (EU) says economic engagement with Iran has been ongoing despite “existing challenges.”
A young Kashmiri man dies after Indian forces fire at a group of worshipers during clashes outside a mosque in the New Delhi-ruled part of the region.
In two letters to the UN, Damascus Syria demands compensation from the US and its coalition allies for destroying the country’s infrastructure.
A report has revealed that US Attorney General Jeff Sessions discussed campaign-related issues with the Russian ambassador to Washington during the 2016 presidential race.
The Egyptian military said on Friday that it killed the 30 militants over the course of four days in ground and air raids in the restive Sinai Peninsula.
Capping a week of rhetoric against Iran, the White House warns of "serious consequences" unless Tehran releases detained US citizens.
Poland’s legislators ignore nationwide protests and EU opposition, approving a controversial reform of the Supreme Court.
The chief of UK Metropolitan police says terror threat levels in the country remain high despite Daesh’s losses in Iraq and Syria.
The Syrian army and Hezbollah resistance fighters have freed several areas from the grips of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham Takfiri terrorists in a joint offensive.
A senior US commander has confirmed the end of the CIA’s covert militant training program in Syria.
Police are investigating the mailing of a Qur'an submerged in a tub of pork lard to a Northern California Islamic center.
The Qatari emir slams the Saudi-led blockade against his country as a pre-planned smearing campaign.
The US says it would no longer reimburse Pakistan for its military support because of its lack of action against terrorists.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says he has not yet decided whether to run for next year's presidential election.
The Palestinian president says he will suspend all contacts with Israel until it ends new restrictions at al-Aqsa Mosque.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders will succeed Sean Spicer as press secretary shortly after Spicer resigned on Friday.
A report shows that student loan debt in the United States has surges by more than 457 percent since 2003.
At least eight fishermen are killed and another gone missing in a Saudi airstrike in Yemen’s western coastal province of al-Hudaydah.
A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator says Iran reserves the right to respond to any US violation of the JCPOA.
At least 15 Afghan troops are killed in the latest US airstrike in Afghanistan's Helmand province.
The Turkish president criticizes German officials for scaring off investors as tensions escalate between the two countries.
The interior ministry says the three men were shot in an exchange of gunfire with police.
Three Chinese warships are in Russia's major Baltic Fleet base in Baltiysk town to participate in the naval drills.
Several British MPs are concerned that their country’s police might have directly helped Saudi Arabian officers in arresting 14 people now believed to be facing execution in the kingdom.
President Duterte said the United States is a "lousy" country.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer has resigned, barely six months after US President Trump gave him the post.
The United States is set to ban its citizens from traveling to North Korea, according to US administration officials.
At least four Palestinians are reportedly killed during rallies for the right to pray at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
The US Army's top general in Europe has said Russians "only respect strength and they despise weakness."
The Supreme Court concluded its hearings into allegations of corruption against Sharif and his family on Friday.
A rights group says Bahraini inmates at Dry Dock Detention Center will be punished with torture, solitary confinement if they seek medical attention.
The UN censured the coalition against Yemen for targeting non-military objectives in Ta'izz.
A senior Iranian cleric says the US-Israeli lobby seeks to damage Iran’s relations with its neighboring countries.
A political expert says the Israeli regime spares no effort to deny Palestinians’ historical and religious heritage.
The latest shipping figures show India’s purchases of crude oil from Iran in June dropped drastically but instead increased significantly from Venezuela as well as Iraq and Egypt.
The New York Times enumerates a number of flaws in the United States foreign policy, which could trigger a war with Iran.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 18:00 GMT July 20, 2017 to 08:00 GMT, July 21, 2017.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved a new state policy for the country’s naval forces that points to the US as intent on dominating the world’s oceans and thus posing a threat to Russia.
Germany has frozen all arms shipment to Turkey after Ankara arrested several human rights activists, including a German national.
Clashes escalate between Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and Ahrar al-Sham Takfiri terrorist in Syria’s Idlib Province.
Iranian sportsmen have received five more medals at the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships in England.
US lawmakers have introduced legislation seeking to impose further sanctions on the Lebanese Resistance Movement, Hezbollah.