Several US police officers have been injured in scuffles with furious protesters in Washington DC. Police have also arrested scores of people.
Donald Trump has become the 45th president of the United States, after taking the oath of office at the US Capitol.
A vigil meant to thank the administration of former US President Barack Obama has turned into a march against his successor Donald Trump in the Japanese capital.
Hundreds of Mexicans have marched on the US Embassy in the country’s capital to express their anger at Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration.
Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe is threatening to downgrade Turkey's status over its harsh crackdown in the wake of the failed coup last July.
Hundreds of people have taken to the streets of Brussels to protest against new US President Donald Trump.
South Koreans are unsure about the prospect of their country’s ties with the US.
Yemeni rights activists and pro-democracy advocates have staged a rally outside the Saudi embassy in Sana’a.
Pakistan’s top court has called on the central and regional governments to come down hard on terror groups like Daesh.
The rescue operation in the collapsed Plasco shopping center in downtown Tehran is underway.
The labor unrest which has marked the tenure of French President Francois Hollande has still not subsided.
A South Korean court has denied a request to arrest the de facto head of Samsung Group Lee Jae-yong.
There is no end in sight to the suffering of people in the besieged Gaza Strip who have been grappling with food insecurity due to Israel’s years-long blockade.
Israeli forces have killed a Palestinian man in the Negev desert during a demolition campaign.
India hosts a conference on cultural ties between the country and Iran in the capital New Delhi.
The number of civilian casualties in Afghanistan continues to be a source of concern for the people and rights organizations in the country.
Britain’s highest court has ruled that the UK government must face kidnap and torture claims brought by former Libyan dissident Abdelhakim Belhadj.
Pakistan has been facing acute energy crisis for years. The situation has become worse in recent months.
Despite the UK’s decision for a hard Brexit, the idea has not changed the tough bargaining stance of Europe’s top leaders.
Selahattin Demirtas and Figen Yuksekdag have been accused of supporting the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party, the PKK.
The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has demanded the Nigerian government release its leader Sheikh Ibrahim al-Zakzaky.
Aafia was convicted by a US court years go for attempting to murder her American interrogators in an Afghan jail.
Hamas and Fatah have agreed to establish a Palestinian unity government.
The European Union's legislators say border controls and security policies agreed by the bloc's leaders are killing innocent refugees.
The government of Catalonia says it will open more mass graves in 2017 in order to recover and identity the remains of the victims of the Spanish civil war.
Turkish security forces have arrested Abdulkadir Masharipof, the gunman who killed 39 people in an Istanbul nightclub on New Year's Day.
Freezing temperatures have gripped Italy for almost two weeks.
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe is seeking to increase the access of the international monitoring mission to the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has outlined her government's Brexit plans in the first major speech on the topic since Britain voted to leave the European Union in June.
Relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan have been tense for months. But ties between the two neighbors have hit a new low after recent terrorist attacks in Afghanistan.
The Syrian army has made major gains against foreign-backed terrorists in Ain al-Fijeh town near the capital Damascus.
While Europe is worried about the rise of the far-right, a new report from Amnesty International seems to indicate that many far-right policies have already been implemented.
Reports that US President-elect Donald Trump will probably take action against the utilization of H1B visas issued to Indian outsourcing firms have been the source of a great concern for Indian firms.
In South Korea, three of President Park Geun-hye’s former aides have recently been arrested on charges of blackballing artists critical of her policies.
The deployment of THAAD missile system to South Korea has been delayed by Lotte Group that owns the land reserved for the American projectiles.
EU Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini says she is 100 percent convinced that EU members will remain stick together.
A shooting in a Mexican holiday resort has left a number of tourists dead, in what experts are saying was a gangland execution gone awry.
Iran has held a commemoration ceremony for its assassinated nuclear scientists at Natanz Nuclear Facility in central Iran.
Saudi Arabia’s drawn-out war against Yemen has pushed the country to the brink of a catastrophe.
The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine has organized a rally in the besieged Gaza Strip to mark the 15th anniversary of Ahmad Sa'adat.
Iranian artists have participated in a handicraft exhibition in the Indian capital New Delhi to mark 60 years of Indo-Iran cultural ties.
The London-based Islamic Human Rights Commission has held an annual Genocide Memorial Day to raise awareness about genocide and attempted genocide against oppressed peoples all around the world.
The Israeli regime continues to violate the rights of Palestinian civilians in the blockaded Gaza Strip by attacking fishermen, farmers and shepherds.
One year has passed since the implementation of Iran’s nuclear deal that was reached with the P5+1 group of countries in July 2015.
Dozens of Muslim students in Indian capital New Delhi have started giving lessons to Rohingya kids who fled Myanmar with their parents.
Belgian authorities have stepped up their anti-terror operations nationwide.
Iran shows a strong presence at Austria’s largest tourism industry event.
Community groups and rights organizations have staged a march on Saturday to demonstrate against the UK government's aggressive deportation strategy.
The operation by the Iraqi forces against Daesh is reaching a critical stage with the eastern side of Mosul on the verge of total liberation.
Tunisians have marked sixth anniversary of their 2011 revolution.
Cuba has a small but rapidly growing Muslim community.
Turkey and Russia have signed a memorandum of understanding to coordinate air operations against terror targets in Syria.
The local government in Indian-controlled Kashmir has offered cash compensation to families of those killed by security forces in 2016.
British lawmaker, Andrew Mitchell, says he is shocked by the scope of destruction caused by Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen.
Ban Ki-moon has returned to South Korea as a leading presidential candidate while at the same time being dogged by allegations of bribery.
Havana remains adamant that any normalization of relations with the US must include pulling the plug on Radio and TV Marti.
Hundreds of children, living in the buffer zone in Ukraine’s east, have been taken on a tour to visit the peaceful parts of their country.
Rights groups say the European Union continues to treat Syrian refugees appallingly.
The first of 100 Airbus planes landed in Tehran’s International Mehrabad Airport.
Israeli forces have arrested more than 40 Palestinians across the occupied West Bank since Wednesday.
The Turkish lira has experienced record-setting plunges over the past weeks.
Iraqi forces are on the verge of liberating the eastern side of Mosul.
Theresa May has been accused of being ‘in denial’ about the full extent of the crisis within the NHS.
At least 1,400 children have been killed, hundreds more injured and many schools closed as a result of the Saudi war on Yemen since March 2015.
A group of Iranian researchers say they have come one step closer to finding a medicine that could be the most efficient cure to cancer with the least possible side effects.
Experts warn that US President-elect Donald Trump could be a disaster for global trade.
With the arrival of cold season, life has become tougher for internally displaced people in Afghanistan.
Mexico’s newly-appointed foreign minister has announced that the country will be seeking negotiation, not confrontation in its future dealings with the Trump administration.
Iran’s Red Crescent Society has sent representatives to refugee camps in the east of the Iraqi city of Mosul to provide medical assistance to ease the suffering of the internally displaced people.
The parliament in Turkey has voted to initiate a highly controversial debate to address constitutional reforms that would place absolute power in the hands of the country's president.
Signatories of the nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries have cautioned the United States against a possible violation of the agreement.
Israel has approved budget for the construction of a 64-kilometer long wall along the Gaza Strip.
Pakistan’s Defense Minister has confirmed that the country’s former Army Chief has been appointed as commander of a so-called Saudi-led military coalition.
Several people including children have been killed in fresh Saudi airstrikes in Yemen.
Palestinians have held a protest in Ramallah against a US plan to relocate its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds.
Palestinians have held a sit-in outside of the international committee of the Red Cross in Ramallah, demanding that Israel release the bodies of Palestinians killed over alleged anti-Israeli operations.
Israel has apologized after one of its diplomats in London was caught on camera vowing to ‘take down’ British lawmakers critical of Israeli policy.
The unemployment crisis in the eurozone shows no sign of ending as new data reveal there are still around 16 million people of working age in the bloc.
Yemeni army and popular committees have inflicted heavy casualties on the Saudi-backed mercenaries over the past few days.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has barred corrupt politicians from running in any elections or serving in the government.
Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani has met with Syrian President Bashar Assad as well as his counterpart in the capital Damascus
In many ways the Cuban economy is still recovering from the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.
Saudi Arabia’s deadly airstrikes on Yemen rage on with civilians falling victim on a daily basis.
2017 has already begun but in some Eastern European and Middle Eastern countries Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas on January 7.
The United States has not pushed for regime change in any country more than Cuba.
Ugandan security forces have arrested four Muslim leaders after prosecutors accused them of committing murder.
Kiev has rebuffed a plan of compromise with Russia, proposed by Ukrainian billionaire Viktor Pinchuk.
Daesh and the Kurdistan Workers' Party have been wreaking havoc upon Turkey with unrelenting, deadly attacks, leaving the population terrorized.
Christians in Iran are celebrating Christmas in the Muslim-predominated country.
Nuclear envoys of the United States, South Korea and Japan have expressed unity in policy coordination against North Korea.