Daesh militants have taken at least 20 people hostage at a café in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka.
The Obama administration says up to 116 civilians have been killed in US drone strikes since 2009.
A top Iranian commander says over 100,000 Qaem missiles in Lebanon are ready to target the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories.
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah says the Israeli regime dreads the defeat of Daesh in Syria.
A report by the Middle East Quartet has called on the Tel Aviv regime to stop construction of illegal settlements on the occupied Palestinian lands.
Israel imposes a closure on al-Khalil and its surrounding areas.
Michael Gove, the next Conservative Party leader and UK prime minister, says he is “the best person” to lead Britain out of the EU.
The AFC punishes Saudi Arabia’s Al Ittihad soccer club over its fans’ misconduct to Iran’s Sepahan.
Russia slams the European Union’s decision to extend economic sanctions against Moscow.
The Iranian Navy chief says the country will probably hold joint naval drills with certain regional and extra-regional countries.
Thousands in the Indian-controlled Kashmir have taken to the streets on International Quds Day in support of the Palestinian people.
A newly-restored Colosseum is shining up to visitors after a multi-million-dollar makeover and dusting project.
Euro 2016 surprise packages Wales have caught mighty Belgium off guard, with a stunning 3-1 victory on Sunday.
Muslims around the world hold rallies on International Quds Day in solidarity with Palestinians on the last Friday of the fasting month of Ramadan.
Indian-controlled Kashmir is hosting a two-day exhibition of over 100 ancient manuscripts of the holy Qur’an with some of them dating back to the 13th century.
The family of a Russian pilot killed by Turkey says they have rejected an offer by Turkish authorities for a house in a resort as compensation for his death.
Bill Clinton’s secret meeting with Loretta Lynch has caused has created a distraction for his wife’s presidential campaign.
Iranians treated the US naval personnel in their custody extremely well, American journalist Stephen Lendman says.
Romania received “millions of dollars” from the CIA to allow the agency to torture terrorism suspects in secret prisons.
A Syrian refugee is hailed as a “hero” after handing in €150,000 which he found in a donated cupboard.
Iranian Paralympian athlete Sajjad Pirayqorchaman receives a bronze medal at the third edition of World Deaf Athletics Championships in Bulgaria.
Iranian wushu practitioners have managed to collect 38 medals at the ninth edition of International Wushu Tournament in Georgia.
This episode of The Debate discusses Saudi Arabia's grim human rights record and its crimes against Yemeni children.
Comment gives Press TV viewers the chance to express their reactions to Britain’s monumental vote to leave the European Union, as well as the annual International Quds Day rallies.
Throughout the history of the UN, there have been many cases of corruption recorded.
This edition of The Debate discusses the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The aftershocks of UK's vote to quit the European Union continue. Now Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is in the crisis zone as he faces growing calls to step down.
This edition of The Debate discusses the recent deadly attacks in Istanbul.