Demonstrators turned out in force at the School of African and Asian Studies in central London to protest the presence of the Israeli ambassador to the UK.
Ukrainian trade unions have held a rally for their rights ahead of May Day.
The Islamic Movement in Nigeria says it plans to file a contempt of court case against the government.
As Palestinian prisoners continue their mass hunger strike in Israeli jails, protests are held across the besieged Gaza Strip in solidarity with the inmates.
Italian national statistical agency says the country’s population is likely to decrease by 7,000,000 over the next 50 years.
Palestinians across the West Bank have organized a general action in support of an ongoing mass hunger strike in Israeli prisons.
The Iranian capital has hosted the Third International Trade Exhibition for Construction Materials, Equipment, and Technology dubbed Project Iran 2017.
Defense ministers of Iran and scores of other countries have taken part in the annual Moscow Conference on International Security held in the Russian capital.
A ceremony has been held in the Ukrainian capital Kiev to remember the victims of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, 31 years ago.
A video has been released of former spokesman of Pakistan’s pro-Taliban militants.
The Islamic Movement in Nigeria and Concerned Nigerians have staged a peaceful rally to mark 500 days of illegal detention of Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky.
Syrians in the capital Damascus have held a funeral for victims of a bomb attack on buses carrying evacuates from two towns of Fu’ah and Kafriya.
The British capital London has hosted an event called the 2017 Iran Trade Business Briefing.
Iranians living outside the borders of the Islamic Republic will have the chance to participate in the presidential election in 103 countries worldwide.
The United States has delivered elements of a controversial advanced missile system to its deployment site in South Korea as residents protested the late night transport.
A march for bread which was launched last week in front of the UN headquarters in the Yemeni capital of Sana'a has arrived in the coastal city of Al-Hudaydah.
British banks are continuing to close down the accounts of Iranian expatriates despite the West’s pledges to lift sanctions on Iran.
The debate over the future of the European Union intensifies ahead of the final round of voting in the French Presidential election on May 7.
The seventh meeting of a Joint Commission monitoring the implementation of the nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 group has been held in the Austrian capital.
An Italian prosecutor claims to have evidence of collusion between aid groups operating rescue boats in the Mediterranean and human smugglers based in Libya.
The UN relief agency has announced that the number of Palestinian refugees receiving food assistance in Gaza has hit one million.
Palestinians have staged fresh rallies in solidarity with hunger-striking prisoners in Israeli jails.
The United States continues to ratchet up pressure on North Korea to make it relinquish nuclear weapons and missile programs.
Afghanistan's defense minister and army chief of staff have stepped down in the aftermath of Friday’s Taliban attack on a northern military base.
Muslims across the world are celebrating the anniversary of Eid al-Mab’ath.
The result of the first round of the presidential vote has been received differently at home and abroad, but all agree on the defeat of Socialist and Conservative camps.
Theresa May has made it clear that Brexit and its future for the country is at the center of this decision.
Islamabad’s decision to approve the appointment of a former army chief to head the Saudi-led alliance against Yemen has set off a furor in Pakistan.
Iran says the administration of US President Donald Trump is going against its clear commitments of the JCPOA.
Yemenis have held a rally in the capital Sana’a to commemorate the 13th martyrdom anniversary of the founder of the Ansarallah movement.
The EU’s commissioner for employment, social affairs, skills and labour mobility has warned about growing inequality in the 28-member bloc.
France’s presidential race has now down to only two contenders. The country’s future in the European Union now hangs in the balance, as an intense final round is expected in two weeks.
Palestinians in Gaza have held a rally to show their support for hundreds of prisoners in Israeli jails who have been refusing food and water for over a week now.
In India, attacks on Muslims and other religious minorities –under the pretext of protecting cows- have dramatically increased ever since the right-wing Hindu nationalist party came to power.
The Israeli forces have closed off the entrance to several Palestinian villages north of Ramallah.
Tens of thousands in Kashmir have held mourning ceremonies to commemorate the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Mousa Kazim.
The first round of voting in France’s presidential election has concluded with results putting Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen on top of the list.
Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria have held an event in the capital Abuja, remembering hundreds of people who were killed by government forces in Zaria back in 2015.
Iran and China have signed a technical contract to begin the process of redesigning the Arak heavy water reactor.
Head of the oversight committee of the Islamic city and village council elections of Iran says the candidates will be vetted regardless of their political affiliation.
Footage, showing a group of Israeli settlers attacking activists and Palestinian farmers has caused outcry in the occupied territories.
The 2017 Presidential election in Iran is just around the corner and election campaign is underway.
The row between the Turkish opposition and the government over the outcome of last week’s constitutional referendum continues.
Executives of oil and gas companies from more than 15 countries are attending the 13th Iran Petrochemical Forum in the capital, Tehran.
Speaker of Pakistan’s National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq is on a 5-day visit to Iran.
Rating institution Fitch has downgraded Italy’s sovereign debt from Triple B-plus to Triple B.
Hundreds of Palestinians have set up tents in the center of the Gaza Strip to express solidarity with the hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons.
The Gaza Strip has marked the international day of solidarity with besieged Palestinians.
France’s presidential election campaign is officially over and a historically-important first round vote is about to take place.
Iran’s Defense Ministry has delivered a large shipment of Nasir anti-ship cruise missiles.
In a controversial move, the Pakistani government has formally allowed former Army Chief to lead the so-called Saudi-led military alliance.
Over the past few years, members of Iraq’s Izadi minority have been killed, driven from their homes and held captive by the Daesh terror group.
The International Monetary Fund has hailed India for achieving an impressive economic growth in recent years.
EU legislators have called for greater powers to tackle the growing problem of online hate speech and fake news.
Tensions continue to boil over deadly violence following recently-held local elections in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
Presidential campaigning has begun across Iran after the Interior ministry announced the names of candidates qualified for next month's election.
The first round of presidential election in France will take place on Sunday.
An Italian journalist arrested on the Turkish-Syrian border has been held in a Turkish detention center for several days.
US Defense Secretary James Mattis has met with Egypt's president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in Cairo.
Nawaz Sharif is in hot waters after the country’s top court ordered to further probe him and his family on money laundering charges.
A number of Persian literature enthusiasts have attended a ceremony in Dushanbe to pay respect to Persian poet, Sa’adi.
People in the Gaza Strip have expressed their support for Palestinian prisoners inside Israeli jails as they entered their 4th day of a mass hunger-strike.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has visited Kyrgyzstan on the last leg of his tour of Central Asian and Eurasian countries.
Supporters and opponents of Venezuela’s president Nicolas Maduro have held rival rallies in several cities.
The United States and South Korea continue their military drills with the Max Thunder air training exercise south of Seoul.
Palestinians from across the West Bank have marched to Israel’s Ofer prison in support of Palestinian prisoners, who are now on the fourth day of their hunger strike.
Two young Palestinian sisters from the Gaza Strip have launched their own YouTube channel, despite all the restrictions imposed by Israel’s blockade of the territory.
The 9th international Course on Islamic Capital Markets also called ICM 2017 has kicked off in Tehran.
The situation in Ukraine’s volatile east has deteriorated since the biggest humanitarian organization in the region stopped its activities there.
Iraq’s Izadi Kurds have celebrated their new year in the town of Lalish.
Britain’s Parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favor of Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to hold snap general elections in June.
Iranian lawmakers say the West’s support for the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization is a dark stain in its human rights record.
The second phase of an evacuation deal between the Syrian government and foreign-backed militants has gone into effect.
The first round of France’s presidential election will be held on April the 23th. Opinion polls predict a tight race.
People in Gaza continue to deal with severe blackouts due to a lack of fuel in the enclave’s sole power plant.
There is an alarming upsurge in enforced disappearances in Pakistan allegedly by secret services under the cover of the so-called war on terror.
Some European experts have warned that the future of the European Union is at risk due to what they call the lack of a coherent social policy.
A group of Yemeni activists have decided to march from the capital Sana’a to the coastal town of Hudaydah.
For over a decade, Palestinians in Gaza have been living under an Israeli blockade that affects almost all aspects of their lives.
The mass hunger strike by Palestinians held in Israeli jails has entered its third day.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has visited Georgia and met with the country’s top officials.
A tulip festival, showcasing some 200,000 buds of 12 different varieties, has opened in the Ukrainian capital.
Turkey’s main opposition parties have called for the annulment of the results of Sunday’s referendum, raising claims of vote rigging.
A motorway toll collectors’ strike has caused disruptions and delays on Italian highways.
The European Union has called on Recep Tayyip Erdogan to launch a transparent investigation into allegations of irregularities during Turkey's constitutional reforms referendum.
Yemeni forces and fighters from Popular Committees have thwarted the recent moves of the Saudi army along Yemen’s coastal areas.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has called for an early general election on June 8.
North Korea’s envoy to the United Nations has warned that US actions can cause a nuclear war to break out at any moment.
Iranian armed forces have held nationwide parades to commemorate national Army Day.
A seminar has been held in Seoul to discuss economic and social frustrations among South Korea's young people.
The Iranian foreign minister is on a regional tour of the Caucasus and Central Asia.