Kenya’s chief prosecutor has ordered the country’s police and anti-corruption agency to investigate the election commission for alleged electoral offenses.
Tens of thousands have fled the Indonesian resort island as fears grow that a rumbling volcano could erupt any moment.
One person is in custody after a group of men sprayed "a noxious substance" at people near a shopping center in Stratford district in Britain's capital.
US First Lady Melania Trump is the most popular member of the family of US President Donald Trump, a new poll shows.
PressTV has sent a team of journalists to North Korea to survey the sentiment there regarding external threats.
The work located in central Iran is expected to take three years, with the project coming online in 100 MW phases every six months, Quercus said.
The former US president is making hundreds of thousands of dollars by giving speeches to Wall Street firms.
Sixty percent of Iran’s oil exports go to Asia and the remaining 40% to European countries which resumed purchases from the Islamic Republic about two years ago.
President Trump's chief-of-staff appeared to go through an "existential crisis" as he listened to Trump's address to the UN General Assembly.
The mayor of Saint Louis has denounced “institutional racism” in America following recent protests in the city.
Counselor to the US president, Kellyanne Conway, has given up her protection by the United States Secret Service (USSS).
A poll shows 67 percent of Palestinians demand the resignation of President Mahmoud Abbas.
An Israeli warplane conducts airstrikes in the occupied Golan Heights after a Patriot anti-ballistic missile allegedly destroys a reconnaissance drone from Syria.
The UAE and Spain are the prime suspects, reportedly importing what is globally known as “red gold” from Iran and rebranding it for exports at much higher prices.
Britain’s ruling Conservatives fear the ongoing row dividing Theresa May’s cabinet might eventually pave the way for a Labour government under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.
A new global slavery study shows approximately 40.3 million men, women and children, mostly Africans, were victims of modern slavery last year.
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees puts the number of the internally displaced persons in Yemen at 1,980,510.
The semi-arid state has been investing in large areas of farmland overseas, where contracts for cultivation on nearly 800,000 to one million hectares in a number of countries have been signed.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer says he regrets his decision to criticize news reports that former US President Barack Obama’s inauguration crowd was bigger than Donald Trump’s.
Israeli forces demolish a Palestinian home in a village near occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds.
The US and Ukraine express unwillingness to consider a Russian proposal for the deployment of UN peacekeepers in eastern Ukraine.
The rebuttal comes after Haaretz newspaper cites several Israeli officials as claiming that the IAEA has failed to inspect some sites in Iran.
September 18th is the Persian Poetry Day in Iran which coincides with the death anniversary of renowned Iranian poet Shahriar.
The Trump administration is considering closing down the recently re-opened embassy in Havana.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has to give up his nuclear weapons, the White House has said, days after President Trump hinted at launching a possible military strike against the North.
Iran says it was able to supply Iraq with electricity throughout summer without causing shortages at home.
Senator McCain says the recent deadly collisions involving US Navy warships were a direct result of Obama-era military cuts that affected training.
A British analyst warns that the CIA is shifting focus from intelligence to corporate assassination.
More than a dozen others were injured at the school that was being used as a training center.
US President Donald Trump has called North Korean leader Kim Jong-un “Rocket Man."
The US president is constantly making compromises to ingratiate himself with the Deep State, which wants a state of perpetual warfare, an analyst says.
A diplomat, requesting anonymity, says the UN Security Council hopes to put the resolution to the vote next Thursday.
A powerful typhoon ripped into southern Japan on Sunday, dumping torrential rain, grounding hundreds of domestic flights and halting train services.
The World Crafts Council registers the Iranian cities of Marivan and Sirjan as well as the village of Kalpourgan for their well-known handicrafts.
Forty tons of Iran's humanitarian aid supplies have reached the Bangladesh border with Myanmar.
Hillary Clinton is a narcissist and they never accept defeat, an American political analyst and activist says.
Former US Congressman Ron Paul says the neoconservative case against the Iran nuclear deal is one big lie.
The CIA is seeking authority to carry out drone attacks along with the Pentagon in Afghanistan, a report says.
A KOGAS official said the company was looking to diversify its import sources as supply contracts with Qatar and Oman were set to expire by 2015.
The Chinese ambassador to the US says Washington should work to resume negotiations over the crisis on the Korean Peninsula.
The country currently has 77,000 megawatts of power capacity, of which 360 megawatts is renewable energy. Most of the electricity generated in the country comes from thermal power plants which use fossil fuel.
US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley repeats Washington’s opposition to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Russia plans to convey a message to the United States asking Washington to stay in a 2015 multilateral deal with Iran.
North Korea is building up a formidable nuclear arsenal in order to avoid the fate of Libya and Iraq, an American writer and retired professor says.
Hillary Clinton has accused Facebook of spreading fake news, adding that she will make the social media service to "own up" to its role in this regard.
The Daesh terrorist group has executed one of its top commanders over attempts to flee Hawijah to the “land of non-believers.”
Senior Iranian official says by pushing for inspections of Iran’s military sites, the US is seeking to undermine the 2015 nuclear deal.
New revelations indicate that US President Donald Trump unleashed a string of insults on his Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
A Turkish official says his country feels betrayed by those European Union (EU) leaders who have called for an end to accession talks with Ankara.
Venezuela has reportedly stopped using US dollars in its oil trade activities.
The US general who is in charge of America's nuclear forces has confirmed that North Korea tested a hydrogen bomb earlier this month.
Saudi Arabia could be taking the first step to diversify its power supply by launching a tender for nuclear power plants next month, according to a new report.
North Korea is developing a nuclear capability in order to deter the US which is threatening to attack the country, an American journalist says.
Frustrated with a fractured Republican Party, the Republican president has made his second high-profile deal with Democrats in a week.
Russia says it has successfully test-fired a RS-24 Yars missile at a target 6,000 kilometers away.
The rich "will not be gaining at all" from US President Donald Trump’s tax plan, claims the New York billionaire.
The Turkish president says Turkey is taking measures on the security front into its own hands and will no longer wait for NATO to decide.
The deal includes creating a joint venture to provide sales and after-sale services in the Islamic Republic.
The death toll from Hurricane Irma, which has left millions without electricity in the US, has climbed to 22.
Iranian animal feed importer State Livestock Affairs Logistics has made no purchases after putting out international tenders for barley and corn.
Amnesty International slams Tel Aviv's reported decision to impose bans on its financial resources over the rights body's anti-settlement campaign.
Syrian Electricity Minister Mohammad Zuhair Kharboutli traveled to Tehran as the Arab country is looking to friendly states to help rebuild the country after more than six years of war.
The Justice Department says it will not prosecute the six Baltimore officers involved in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray in 2015.
The Pentagon continues to take measures for protection of its bases against impacts of global warming although US President Donald Trump rescinded all climate-related federal agency actions directed by former President Barack Obama.
The White House has denied any arrangements with Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to stay at the Trump International Hotel during his visit to the United States to meet with US President Donald Trump.
UN warns that over three quarters of young asylum seekers heading to Europe experience abuse.
Six Iraqi unions are set to file a lawsuit against the Kurdistan Regional Government over September 25 independence referendum.
Along with companies from 26 countries, three American firms are taking part at Tehran Cookies and Chocolate Exhibition.
The US secretary of state is looking for a way to take back $75 million in US aid from Israel, a new report claims.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Tehran is opposed to the application of any form of threat against neighboring states.
Afghans see the route as key to streamlining trade with India and boosting access to markets in India, Europe and the Middle East.
Following a meeting with his US counterpart, the Russian deputy FM says Moscow is looking into more retaliatory moves against US diplomats in his country.
Hillary Clinton says the Russian president didn’t want her to defeat Donald Trump in last year’s presidential election.
Theresa May’s landmark legislation to end the United Kingdom’s membership in the EU has passed its first parliamentary hurdle.
Hundreds of thousands of people rally in Barcelona to show support for Catalonia’s independence from Spain.
A series of mini or macro nukes were used to blow apart the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, an American scholar says.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani lambastes foreign interference in regional issues.
Iranian schools have been operating in the UAE for more than 20 years but in recent years, they have been facing problems for political reasons.
The Jerusalem Post reported the results of the survey collated through anonymous questionnaires sent to thousands of female soldiers and officers.
Police say they killed the gunman after he killed seven people and injured two others inside a house.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Zarif says the US hostile rhetoric on a multilateral deal with Iran has impacted other countries’ faith in potentially negotiating with Washington.
After being expelled from Tal Afar, the Daesh terrorist group left behind some 1,400 foreign wives and children.
Russia says Arab countries and Qatar should enter into direct talks to resolve the current diplomatic dispute in the Persian Gulf region.
Israeli military aircraft have caused sonic booms over the southern Lebanese city of Sidon.
UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon warns of "extremely great" dangers of miscalculation as tensions continue to rise on the Korean Peninsula.
Iran's President Rouhani made the remarks in an address to the first Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) summit on science and technology in the Kazakh capital, Astana, on Sunday.
At least 90 people are confirmed dead after an 8.1-magnitude earthquake in Mexico, according to updated official figures.
Thousands have staged an annual anti-war protest rally in front of a United States air base in Ramstein-Miesenbach.
Members of the “No for Now” campaign are being threatened due to their opposition to the Iraqi Kurdistan referendum.
US Department of Homeland Security agrees to temporarily readmit a deported DACA recipient.
According ForwardKeys CEO Olivier Jager, the political opening following a 2015 nuclear accord is making the country “an attractive place to visit and potentially do business.”