This episode of The Debate discusses US decision to end support of anti-Assad militants in Syria.
Ukraine’s eastern regions have been the scene of deadly clashes between pro-Russian forces and Kiev troops since November 2014.
This edition of the Doc Review features Citizenfour, directed by Laura Poitras.
This episode of The Debate discusses the tensions over the new Israeli measures at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
In January 2011, weeks-long street protests and civil disobedience resulted in regime change in Tunisia.
This program is about the increasing popularity of selfies and talks briefly about the history, it warns about the dangers, and gives tips on how to take safe selfies.
US President Donald Trump this week told the Congress that Iran was complying with a landmark nuclear deal it signed in 2015 with six world powers.
Professor Tariq Ramadan, in this episode, explains more about his book Islam: The Essentials.
South Korea has offered to hold direct talks with its northern neighbor despite the tough rhetoric of the United States.
This episode of The Debate is about the Palestinians' protests against new Israeli measures at the al-Aqsa Mosque.
This episode of The Debate is about the United States' anti-Iran policies.
The plight of Rohingya Muslims shows no sign of ending amid the silence of the global community in the face of the Myanmar government's crimes.
This edition of the program is about the case of Nigerian Shia leader Sheikh Zakzaky who has been held in custody for 18 months now.
Found 30 years ago, the Welfare Organization of Iran has been giving to millions of Iranian orphans and people with physical disabilities.
This edition of the program is about US drone strikes in Somalia and Al-Shabab’s continued terrorism.
This edition of The Debate is about the surge of hate crimes against Muslims in the United States.
This edition of the Doc Review features The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution, directed by Stanley Nelson.
The families of 9/11 victims are considering adding the UAE to a lawsuit they’ve brought against Saudi Arabia for its alleged role in the terrorist attack.
This episode of The Debate discusses the deepening political crisis in Venezuela.
When was the last time you just sat there, on the beach, in front of the sea, looking at the waves, taking in the fresh salty air?
The G20 leaders’ summit 2017. This year’s meeting was fractious compared to previous rounds. The most noticeable difference was the new US president, Donald Trump.
A new report has shed light on what many would see as the US hypocrisy regarding the Saudi-led war on Yemen.
This episode of The Debate discusses the efforts to impeach US President Donald Trump.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson ended four days of shuttle diplomacy in the Persian Gulf region on Thursday.
The United States was deeply isolated at the recent G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.
After the recent wave of attacks on Muslims in London, some are asking whether British Muslims are safe in the UK right now.
This episode of The Debate discusses the impacts of last year's attempted coup in Turkey.
According to an old saying, when it comes to forgiveness, we should all forgive and forget. Yet, in today's world many people are losing their ability to forgive those who have hurt them.
Nearly six months after taking the oath of office, allegations of possible coordination between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia continue to cast a cloud over Donald Trump's presidency.
Europe's largest Palestine convention will go ahead in the UK this weekend after surviving attempts by pro-Israel lobbyists to have it cancelled.
This episode of The Debate discusses Israel’s long occupation of Palestinian lands.
The ceasefire that was brokered by the United States and Russia last week for South Syria has been largely viewed as a step in the right direction.
Watch Press TV’s full interview with Mohsen Dehnavi, an Iranian cancer researcher who was denied entry to the United States and was kept in detention for 30 hours.
You may have heard or read a lot in the media and elsewhere about globalization. But what is it specifically? What are its key advantages and disadvantages and who are its most important players?
This episode of The Debate discusses the latest Brexit developments.
Saudi Arabia and its allies, namely the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt, have been locked in a bitter dispute with Qatar over the past weeks.
Professor Tariq Ramadan emphasizes on the necessity of understanding the essence of Islam and spiritual teachings and the importance of the terminology.
This episode of The Debate discusses the latest tensions between NATO and Russia.
This week’s Iran Today show explores the root causes of dust storms in Iran.
Daesh is finally eliminated in Mosul as expected from the moment when the Iraqis began their offensives to liberate the city.
Tensions were high in Indian-controlled Kashmir over the weekend as residents marked the first death anniversary of a prolific pro-independence leader.
This episode of The Debate is about the United Kingdom's arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
The leaders of the world’s strongest economies have isolated US President Donald Trump at the G20 summit over his stance on climate change.
Just recently, the 30th international film festival for children and youth kicked off in the city of Isfahan.
The US president has been pressuring China over stated frustration with Beijing’s response to North Korea’s “nuclear threat.”
This episode of The Debate discusses the liberation of Mosul from Daesh terrorists after three years of fighting.
Differences between the US under President Donald Trump and what many now see as Washington’s former allies show no signs being resolved any time soon.
While Britain is facing new challenging threats such as terrorism and cyber threats the new aircraft carriers and other British defense policies such as renewal of Trident have once again shown British defense policy is stuck in the past.
Philando Castile was shot and killed in front of his family by a police officer in the US yet the police was found not guilty of any wrongdoing.
This episode of The Debate discusses the ban on nuclear weapons adopted by the United Nations.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Israel has proved controversial as he refused to meet with Palestinian officials in the occupied West Bank.
Narendra Modi has become the first-ever sitting Indian prime minister to visit Israel since New Delhi and Tel Aviv established full diplomatic ties.
Watch Press TV’s full interview with Gholam Ali Khoshroo, Iran's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations.
This episode of The Debate discusses a UNESCO vote to declare the Old City of al-Khalil in the occupied West Bank a Palestinian World Heritage site.
The UK prime PM is under pressure over her refusal to release the findings of a Home Office inquiry into foreign funding of British terror groups.
Germany’s tax system has been fleeced of $36bn since 2001, as a group of bankers, lawyers and stockbrokers have employed practices to avoid paying tax on large-scale stock transactions.
This episode of The Debate is about the diplomatic rift between Qatar and a Saudi-led alliance of four Persian Gulf Arab states.
Saudi Arabia’s king Salman recently promoted his 31-year-old son Mohammed from deputy crown prince to crown prince.
Good manners were once the norm with young people.
This edition of The Debate discusses why Saudi Arabia was elected as a member of the UN Commission on the Status of Women.
Tensions are once again rising in the Korean Peninsula. North Korea says it has successfully tested an intercontinental ballistic missile that could hit the US state of Alaska.
The US society is deeply polarized: Thousands of people have rallied in several US streets calling for the removal of President Donald Trump from office.
Over the past week, tens of thousands of people protested in a Pakistani town, demanding greater security after a couple of bombings rocked their area.
This edition of the program is about the border dispute between Eretria and Djibouti after Qatari peacekeeping forces withdrew from the area.
The US Senate in Congress has voted almost unanimously to impose new sanctions against Iran, which is a blatant violation of JCPOA.
This episode of The Debate is about the testfire of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) by North Korea.
The UN Security Council met last week to discuss Iran’s nuclear deal.
This episode of The Debate discusses the use of chemical weapons in Syria.
In this episode we will discuss the US Independence Day, 4th of July when Americans celebrate its independence from Great Britain.
Art is an endless realm of possibilities and impossibilities. It certainly knows no boundaries and that's the starting point for a fantastic creation.
A powerful committee in the US House of Representatives has voted unexpectedly to require Congress to debate and approve US military action in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and other far-flung countries.
This episode of The Debate discusses the missions of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
The news came as a surprise: Saudi Arabia has a new crown prince. Mohammad bin Salman. King Salman has appointed his son as his heir.
There has been an escalation of Israeli attacks against Syrian government positions in the Golan heights.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday indicated she was on a collision course with US President Donald Trump over his controversial “America First” agenda.
Grenfell Tower block disaster has once again brought back the old yet painful scars of social injustice to spotlight. Almost all ordinary citizens regard the humanitarian disaster as a monument to Tory Britain.
Many people are saying that the leaders of the RBKC Council and the Tenancy Management Organization should be charged with corporate manslaughter for their negligence that led to the Grenfell Tower.
This episode of the Debate discusses the political and economic crisis in Venezuela.
There seems to be considerable urgency right now to enshrine Donald Trump’s Islamophobia into law.
A study conducted by the Tony Blair institute for global change has found that parts of Africa could face a massive unemployment crisis by 2040.
Israeli authorities have continued devastating power cuts for the fourth consecutive day in the besieged Gaza Strip.
This episode of The Debate discusses the US travel ban on some Muslim countries.
The turning point came when the financial crisis occurred. That increased the rapid pace of gig workers into the economy due to the high unemployment that followed.
The United States earlier this week issued an unusual warning against Syria by alleging that Damascus was preparing for a new chemical attack.
This edition of The Debate is about the final defeats of Daesh Takfiri terrorists in Iraq.
It is said that honesty is the best policy. Sadly, People nowadays have become less honest with each other than in the past, which makes living these days harder.
Some relief for Britain’s embattled prime minister after two turbulent weeks. Theresa May now has what’s needed for a minority government.
This episode of The Debate discusses the US Supreme Court's decision to allow a partial travel ban on Muslims to take effect.
While the UK is witnessing a surge in anti-Muslim hate crime reports, official data shows the wide extent of Islamophobic attacks long before the recent terrorist acts.
This edition of the program talks about Boko Haram terror threats in Nigeria and the inability of the government to contain the Takfiri group.