Officials say Iran has exported almost 19,000,000 tons of petrochemical products worth 10 billion dollars.
In Italy, workers employed by the telecommunications sector have gathered in Rome to protest against their diminishing rights to a decent salary, performance bonus and annual leave.
Last week the United Nation’s Security Council, extended its mandate in Yemen for another year.
Iran’s northeastern city of Mashhad has inaugurated the second line of its subway system.
The rallies are held as the Constitutional Court will soon issue a verdict on whether to uphold Park’s impeachment or reinstate her to office.
This week, Iran was hosting students from several countries, who tested their engineering skills in different categories.
The Iraqi army and allied forces press ahead with their offensive to retake western Mosul from Daesh terrorists.
Yemen’s former President Ali Abdullah Saleh has threatened Saudi Arabia with unprecedented missile attacks if Riyadh doesn’t stop its deadly war on his country.
The lower house of the Dutch parliament has approved a trade agreement between Ukraine and the EU.
Delegations from the Syrian government and opposition have met UN mediator Staffan de Mistura for a second day in Geneva.
Iran is holding a trade exhibition in the Pakistani city of Karachi.
S Korea’s birthrate is plummeting as women are having fewer and fewer children.
Iraqi forces have regained control over the strategic Mosul International Airport.
New round of UN-mediated peace talks get underway in Geneva between the delegations of the Syrian government and the foreign-backed opposition.
Mexico and Canada have urged the United States to come to the negotiating table to revive the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA.
Afghan activists have staged a demonstration in Kabul against Pakistan’s recent shelling of Afghanistan’s eastern districts.
Alitalia workers have participated in a 1-day strike to show their dissatisfaction with layoffs in Italy’s flag carrier.
Pakistan has launched a fresh military offensive in the country following the recent surge in terrorist attacks.
Amnesty International has strongly criticized India for using excessive force against protesters in Kashmir.
An Israeli military court has re-sentenced a Palestinian to life in prison who has spent more than 3 decades behind bars.
Modi has asked the US to keep a receptive outlook while considering a certain type of visa for Indian IT professionals.
International pro-Palestinian NGOs have gathered in the Iranian capital to discuss ways of coordinating and strengthening strategies against Israel.
Yemenis in the capital Sana’a have hailed a recent missile attack that killed a top Saudi-backed commander near Mokha.
The European Union has raised concerns over Uganda’s plans to increase its national budget by ten percent.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps has wrapped up massive military drills in the country’s east.
Iraqi government forces have liberated a strategic area west of Mosul from Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
The Syrian army has forced militants out of yet another village on the border with Lebanon.
Amnesty International has released an annual report on human rights.
The UN humanitarian coordinator directly blamed the humanitarian situation on the Saudi blockade of the Yemeni ports.
The family of Abdel Fattah al-Sharif slams the decision of a military court in Tel Aviv that has sentenced their son's Israeli killer to only one year and a half behind bars.
Tourism industry accounts for nearly 10 percent of France's economy. But the number of visitors continues to decline as a result of major terrorist attacks that have hit the country over the past two years.
The farmers union in the western hemisphere’s most prolific opium producing region has defied Mexico’s federal government and pledged to continue to supply the raw material needed for heroin production to drug cartels.
The internal crisis of Italy’s ruling Democratic Party continues amid deep disagreement with most opposition groups over the date of the new general elections.
Amnesty International has sharply criticized Europe, yet again, for failing to do its part to alleviate the global refugee crisis.
Hundreds of Ukrainians have gathered in front of the parliament building demanding the authorities adopt a law that would ban trade with pro-Russians in the east.
A new study has revealed that nearly two million Indians die from air pollution.
Palestinians have held a sit-in outside the Red Cross in the occupied city of Ramallah in solidarity with hunger striking inmates in Israeli jails.
Iran has held the 37th exhibition of its nuclear achievements.
EU finance ministers have convened to discuss the potential negative economic impacts of Brexit and US President Donald Trump's protectionist policies.
An Israeli court has sentenced 15-year-old Ahmad al-Khadour, to 91 days in prison.
Afghanistan has asked Qatar to help shut down Taliban’s office in the Arab state.
Tehran has hosted the 27th Iranian handicrafts exhibition, with artists from across the nation displaying their work.
Ukrainians have attended a ceremony in Kiev to commemorate those killed during the pro-Western Euromaidan protests in 2014.
Thousands have held “Not My President Day” rallies across the United States, voicing opposition to President Donald Trump's policies.
People in the UK have held nationwide rallies urging the government to withdraw an offer of a state visit to US President Donald Trump.
Members of two major Yemeni tribes have held rallies, with arms in their hands, in denunciation of Saudi strikes against civilian gatherings in their country.
South Koreans will go to the polls later this year to choose a new president. One of the sticking points among contenders is the fate of the Kei Sung Industrial Complex.
East African countries are experiencing unusually high food prices due to a severe drought that has stricken the region.
US Vice President Mike Pence says a number of NATO members have no clear plan to increase defense spending.
Turkey says it will only assume supporting roles in the upcoming U-S-led operation to take back the Syrian city of Raqqah from Daesh terrorists.
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French hold nationwide rallies to express their anger at the corruption of the elected politicians.
Anti-government protesters have held a demonstration in the Indian capital New Delhi against banknote demonetization.
Around two million Palestinians in the blockaded Gaza Strip have grappled with long power outages recently amid the cold weather.
Tehran has hosted the 9th Gold and Jewelry exhibition.
Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of the Catalan capital Barcelona to call on their government to take in more refugees and war victims.
The case of French police allegedly raping a 22-year-old black man continues to spark major protests in France.
Italian Left calling on the EU to profoundly reform itself or the party will push for Italy’s departure from the EU single market.
Ukrainians mark the 3rd anniversary of the Euromaidan protests which led to the toppling of Viktor Yanukovych.
Indian analysts advise their government to stay away from any agenda the US may seek about Iran.
Saudi Arabia's bombardment of a house owned by a prominent Yemeni tribal leader has drawn angry reactions nationwide.
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Residents of the South Korean cities slated to host a controversial US missile system join Buddhist monks and activists to protest against the deployment.
The International Exhibition of Iran’s Automotive Industry is underway in the capital Tehran.
Palestinians have expressed concern about Israel adopting even more aggressive policies against them.
Italy’s lower house of parliament has passed a government’s decree aimed at reviving the country’s banking sector.
Activists have cut off Ukraine’s coal supply in the eastern region of Donbass.
Turkey says the ultimate goal of its incursion into Syria is to force Daesh terrorists out of a border region including the city of Raqqah.
In Yemen, people have staged a rally to condemn Saudi Arabia for a recent airstrike on a funeral that killed nine civilians.
Palestinians in the village of Billin have marked the 12th anniversary of their popular resistance against Israel.
Samsung chief was arrested in connection with a corruption scandal involving the administration of Park Geun-hye.
Anger is brewing in Indian-controlled Kashmir following a recent threatening statement by the Indian army chief.
North Korea has marked the 75th birth anniversary of the country’s late leader Kim Jong-il.
Uganda is grappling with massive youth unemployment and figures show that hundreds of educated young people are jobless.
Iranians have marked the 40th day after the passing of former president Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani.
Security has been beefed up in Pakistan following the recent terror attacks in the country.
A fresh Saudi airstrike on a funeral procession in the capital Sana’a has killed 7 women.
Brussels continues to demand economic austerity from the nations of Europe despite lack of positive results.
The Wednesday meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Donald Trump at the White house has enraged Palestinians.
Catalonia's regional government has denounced Spain's high court ban on a referendum on self rule this year.
Nearly 150 Iranian companies and manufacturers are in Iraq to promote their products and offer their services in Baghdad Expo.
A committee in Pakistan's parliament has approved a highly-anticipated order.
US President Donald Trump says he is not committed to a two-state solution to the Palestinian issue.
Asia’s largest air show, Aero India 2017, is underway in the southern city of Bangalore.
Protests continue to rage across France after the alleged rape of a black man by police.
Indians have voted in the second round of a state election that is seen as the biggest test for Narendra Modi since he took office.
EU legislators debate proposed new laws designed to prevent the recruitment, training and travel of terrorists within the bloc.
Pakistan, Afghanistan and UNHCR have signed an agreement to ensure the repatriation of 1.3 million Afghan refugees.
The Saudi war on Yemen will enter its 3rd year in nearly 40 days.
US President Donald Trump had on the campaign trail suggested East Asia could be better off if Japan developed nuclear weapons.
Israel has been preventing medical equipment and spare parts from reaching Gaza hospitals.