Iraqi forces manage to recapture a village, situated south of the recently liberated city of Mosul, in their latest push to rid the whole country of Daesh terrorists.
Donald Trump says he would not have appointed Jeff Sessions as his Secretary of Justice if he knew that the former senator would recuse himself from the Russian investigation.
Charities urge the UN to blacklist the Saudi-led coalition for killing and maiming children in Yemen.
No early breakthroughs are expected in Brexit talks, EU and British negotiators say after the second round of negotiations.
US satellite imagery and reconnaissance data show that North Korea is in preparation for a new missile test over the next few days.
US considers itself the ‘judge, jury and executioner” of global affairs, with the right to invade whoever it chooses to defend its own national interests.
Heavily-armed gunmen riding on motorcycles shot dead at least four members of the Shia family.
Iran dismisses as baseless the US claim that Tehran is destabilizing the Middle East.
Riyadh is hard pressed for oil revenues as its protracted war in Yemen is taking a heavy toll on the kingdom’s budget.
According to a document cited in the European media, the European Commission is proposing duties of up to 23 percent for steel from Iran's Mobarakeh Steel Co.
The US wants to maintain its hegemonic power by imposing sanctions on Iran, says an American analyst.
A House of Lords panel warns that Brexit presents fundamental constitutional challenges to the United Kingdom.
The US president will nominate former Utah governor Jon Huntsman as the next ambassador to Russia.
Former Vice President Al Gore says he was “wrong” about President Donald Trump’s will to act on key climate issues.
The agreement signed in Tehran Monday allows the state-run Russian company to conduct technical surveys on Shadegan and Rag Sefid oil fields in Khuzestan Province.
An expert panel slams Israel for the expansion of settlements on occupied Palestinian territory, the practice of administrative detention, and other abuses against Palestinians.
A government agency is refusing to pay compensation to sexually abused children on the grounds that they gave consent to attackers.
The London-based group says its operations will be managed by a franchisee in Iran where local staff will run the hotels but easyHotel will not risk direct capital investment.
Vice President Mike Pence says the Trump administration's decision to relocate the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is only a matter of time.
Washington must reassess its approach of issuing sanctions against other countries as they are a liability for the US, says Iran.
Joe Scarborough has slammed President Trump, saying he is insulting America’s traditional allies while “embracing autocratic thugs.”
Iranian and European universities sign agreements to continue cooperation in the area of higher education.
The government is spending millions of pounds on expensive F-35 fighter jets that are unable to fly properly, according to a new report.
The decision comes even as Israel did not demolish the homes of Israelis who murdered Palestinian teenager Muhammed Abu Khdeir in a grisly 2014 attack.
PM Turnbull announces a raft of changes that would pave the way for the military to quickly rush to police aid during anti-terror operations.
The UK government is reviewing the country’s lax punishments on acid attacks, as victims of the growing trend complain that assailants get away too easily.
Opposition says millions voted against President Maduro's plan to rewrite the constitution in Sunday's symbolic referendum.
US Republican Senator Rand Paul has said he doesn't think his party has the votes to pass the Obamacare repeal-and-replace bill.
The fighting between Ahrar al-Sham and Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham is the the first major escalation of infighting among Takfiri groups since they reached a truce in February.
Americans give President Trump the lowest six-month approval rating of any president in polls dating back seven decades.
German Chancellor Merkel says she is now more committed to a strong, unified European Union than before.
A leading professor of law says President Trump could resign to save his children from prison over the Russia scandal.
BGF Retail Co has entrusted Iranian home appliances firm Entekhab Investment Development Group to take charge of investment and operation of CU outlets in Iran.
A US police officer has been filmed beating a homeless African American woman with baton “after she begs for money” in the state of Georgia.
IDRO received a permit from the Ministry of Petroleum for carrying out studies on the field in May, its Managing Director Mansour Moazzami told Fars news agency.
Fine Canadian spies and analysts sue their bosses over allegations of discrimination and abusive conduct.
Turkey has dismissed more than 7,000 people from their duties over alleged links to last year’s failed coup.
Russia's Soyuz-2.1a carrier rocket has sent 73 satellites into space, marking the biggest simultaneous launch of satellites in the country’s history.
A US official in the state of Michigan has refused to apologize for his Islamophobic social media posts that sparked outrage among the American Muslim community.
Residents are Mosul are returning home in search of the bodies of their loved ones among the debris days after the Iraqi city was liberated from Daesh.
Lebanon’s Hezbollah movement warns that Israel will be ‘surprised’ if the regime launches any new war against the Arab country.
A consortium of South Korean and Japanese companies has signed agreements to fund and implement a chain of condensate refining projects in southern Iran.
The Israeli municipality in Jerusalem al-Quds approves the construction of 800 settler homes in the city’s eastern part.
Turkey is willing to pay $2.5 billion to Russia in order to buy the S-400 missile defense systems and the technology required to produce them, an official says.
Trump says a recent agreement with Russia over a ceasefire in Syria showed he can work with Putin and it’s the right thing to invite the Russian president for a US visit.
Over 73 percent of Democrats would give up alcohol for the rest of their life if it meant President Trump would be impeached, a poll shows.
Renowned Iranian mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani is battling cancer recurrence at a US hospital.
US President Donald Trump says his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin would have been more comfortable with his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, as the president.
The British government says it will not publish in full a report on the sources of funding of extremism in the country.
Several hundred white police NYPD officers have turned their backs to protest against New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, who has been critical of police brutality.
The Iranian president hails Mosul’s liberation, saying it thrilled the entire region.
Farzaneh Sharafbafi was named as the new CEO of Iran Air by Minister of Road and Urban Development Abbas Akhoundi on Tuesday.
Australian Special Forces are under a secret defense investigation for the unlawful killing of Afghan civilians, according to leaked documents.
Jared Kushner has “tried and failed” to get a $500 million loan from Qatar before pushing Trump to toe hard line against the country.
During a meeting with the Irish FM, Netanyahu demands explanation from Dublin over its funding of the NGOs that call for Israel’s “destruction.”
An Iranian medical researcher and his family of four were detained on arrival at an airport in Boston and later returned to Iran despite holding valid visas.
Saudi Arabia and its allies say that a deal reached between the US and Qatar over battling terrorism is “insufficient.”
Thousands of people gathered in Srebrenica to pay respect to Muslim victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
A top Iranian commander says the liberation of the Iraqi city of Mosul sounded the death knell for the divisive plots of the US and its regional allies.
A London-based expert says Saudi Arabia has not succeeded in imposing its demands on Qatar.
A US Army sergeant in Hawaii has been charged with attempting to provide classified military and other sensitive documents to Daesh terrorists.
Iran’s Deputy FM Abbas Araqchi says a new meeting of the Joint Commission monitoring the implementation of the Iran deal will be held later this month.
Donald Trump is not likely to visit the UK before next year, a new report claims.
President Rouhani says the bans that had been imposed on Iran over its nuclear program impacted the nation , contrary to what the enforcers of the sanctions claimed.
British newspaper editor Francis Matthew has been charged with murdering his wife with a hammer in Dubai.
Scores were arrested on Monday after staging protests against Republican plans to repeal and replace Obamacare.
A group of Swedish lawmakers file a lawsuit against the Turkish president, accusing him of committing “war crimes.”
A political analyst says the Saudi army’s defense line in its borders with Yemen has completely collapsed.
The UK army’s new recruitment campaign is secretly aimed at luring in young people from working class families in more deprived areas, a new report has revealed.
Israeli police have arrested six people, including individuals very close to the prime minister, in a case that could implicate Netanyahu himself.
Opponents call on PM Abe to resign during the “March for Truth” rally held in Tokyo against the newly-adopted anti-terrorism law.
A huge fire has ripped through a building in the popular Camden Lock Market.
Thousands of people take to the streets in the Pakistani capital in protest at a US decision to blacklist a popular pro-independence Kashmiri leader.
Senior Liberal Democrat MP Sir Vince Cable has cast doubt on the process that began months after Britons voted to exit the European Union.
Palestinians call for more pressure on Israel after South Africa’s ruling party decides to downgrade the country’s embassy in the occupied territories to a liaison office.
Doha plans to airlift thousands of dairy cows from abroad as a means of resisting the Saudi-led blockade imposed on the country.
Massive wildfires are threatening hundreds of homes in the US state of California.
The brutal double murder amid a groundswell of public hatred and racist attacks has raised new worries about the safety of refugees in Turkey.
Specialists from the US and Germany have “fully approving of” the treatment provided by Chinese physicians to a prominent dissident who is battling cancer.
The United States is the world’s largest source of terrorism, not the Islamic Republic of Iran, an American writer says.
Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka has apparently replaced his father at a round table session in Hamburg, Germany.
The exclusive ferroalloys distribution agreement with Iran Ferroalloys Industries Company would give Eusider “the right space to market” Iranian ferroalloys, the company said.
The delivery puts Iran in the elite club of the manufacturers of catamaran, a multi-hulled watercraft featuring two parallel hulls of equal size.
About 200 protesters and police officers have been wounded during violent anti-G20 rallies in Germany’s Hamburg.
The Trump administration’s belligerency towards Iran and its double standards on terrorism is due to US officials believing in American exceptionalism, an American analyst says.
The UN refugee agency calls on Myanmar to grant citizenship to the persecuted Rohingya Muslims.
A man wearing a bulletproof vest and armed with knives was arrested after he tried to reach the US president's daughter in Trump Tower, police say.
Iran warns of a new wave of indiscriminate terrorist attacks by 'defeated' Daesh Takfiris in different parts of the world.
Mohammad Khazaei, the deputy finance minister for investment affairs, says a snapback mechanism that envisaged the return of sanctions against Iran is no longer existent.
UNESCO declares the Old City of al-Khalil (al-Khalil) a protected heritage site in a secret ballot.
A report says Egypt prevented the UN twice from including the Daesh branch in Saudi Arabia in its terrorism sanctions list.