"I am calling on all my countrymen in Germany: the Christian Democrats are enemies of Turkey," Erdogan says.
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) warned Spanish police months ago of a possible terror attack in Barcelona, a new report says.
A senior police official said five fighters from the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) were killed.
An advisor to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says the six-year conflict is nearly over as
foreign states cut their backing for Takfiri militants.
South Africa's main opposition party says Grace Mugabe is a massive flight risk and must be arrested.
Lebanon’s army recaptures more areas from the Daesh Takfiri terror group in a northwestern area bordering Syria.
Iran's Gilan Tourism and Racing Association stages the country’s first regulated car drag race.
Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics reports that most of the Israelis moving abroad do not return to the occupied territories.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 18:00 GMT, August 17, 2017 to 08:00 GMT, August 18, 2017.
A new poll shows that four in ten Americans support the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Hundreds of Argentineans have rallied in Buenos Aires to show their solidarity with the Venezuelan government against US threats of military action.
An activist says there is a long-time division in the American society, which has its roots in oppression and violence that are combined with US history of land grabbing and slavery.
The Somalia-based terrorist group of al-Shabab has decapitated three people and burned houses in an attack in Kenya.
Iran’s Payame Noor University volleyball team beats Ukraine 3-1 in a preparation game for the 2017 Summer Universiade.
Tehran condemns a Daesh car ramming attack that left over a dozen people dead in the northern Spanish city of Barcelona.
A senior Republican senator has added his voice to the chorus of condemnation of the US president for failing to condemn white supremacists.
A right-wing Australian senator has been strongly rebuked for carrying out a “stunt” in the Australian parliament against the Islamic faith.
The Saudi Binladin Group is set to resume expansion of Mecca Grand Mosque two year after a deadly crane crash.
A tanker has passed from Europe to Asia via the Arctic for the first time, as global warming made it possible to take that route.
Tel Aviv reportedly plans to set up a new settlement in the northern Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank.
Police say the perpetrators of Spain's twin attacks were preparing themselves for a bigger attack, but failed due to an unexpected blast.
Japan and the United States have agreed to increase their military cooperation in an attempt to counter the perceived threat from North Korea, officials say.
A Washington-backed militia group says the US military is not providing support to anti-Damascus militants ‘just to leave’ after the defeat of Daesh.
The Republic of the Congo's cabinet has resigned amid an economic crisis.
Survivors of the 9/11 attacks say Theresa May’s refusal to publish a key report on Saudi Arabia’s funding of terror is a shame for British democracy.
A writer who has known Donald Trump for three decades believes the US president will resign from office before the end of the year.
North Korea tells the UN that its nuclear program is not up for negotiation amid a row with the US.
The commander of a US warship that collided with a Philippine-flagged vessel in the Sea of Japan in June will be punished along with several other sailors.
US President Donald Trump has suggested that some Muslims should be executed with bullets dipped in pig's blood.
Vladimir Putin says the international community needs to join forces in the fight against terror.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 09:00 GMT to 17:00 GMT, August 17, 2017.
The Wahhabi rulers in Riyadh have always looked at the oil-rich Eastern Province with suspicion because of its Shia-majority population, keeping a strict tab on any sign of dissent
The UN hopes for serious Syria talks in October or November.
Israel extends remand of the leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel for allegedly inciting violence.
The British government plans to keep visa-free travel to the UK for EU visitors after Brexit.
Damascus calls on the UN Security Council to stop the US-led coalition's crimes against innocent Syrian citizens.
A US soldier is killed in a renewed fighting with Daesh in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province.
Three United Nations human rights experts have decried rising racism and xenophobia in the United States.
A van plows into dozens of people in the center of the Spanish city of Barcelona, killing over a dozen people and injuring many.
The UN says the northern city of Raqqah still controlled by Daesh terrorists is “the worst place” in Syria.
Iran and Turkey agree to forge closer military cooperation.
A bomber has killed a Hamas guard and injured another near the southern border of the Gaza Strip with Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula.
The State Department designation bans US citizens and residents from dealing with the group and any assets found to belong to it in areas under US jurisdiction will be frozen.
An Istanbul court places nine more journalists under arrest over alleged links to Gulen’s movement.
Iraq’s parliament ends questioning of the trade minister over alleged corruption.
Manuzurul Hasan Khan, a senior Bangladesh border guard official, said on Thursday that the two countries were jointly patrolling frontier areas.
The reshuffle included the appointment of Youcef Yousfi as minister for industry and mines, Mohamed Benmeradi as trade minister, and Abdelwahid Temmar as housing minister, according to a presidency statement.
A landslide leaves 40 people dead in a fishing village in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The ACLU in Nebraska has sued the state’s prison system over its “inhumane and unconstitutional conditions."
Fresh US-led airstrikes on Syria's province of Dayr al-Zawr leave six civilians dead.
A Chicago-based author says Iran should enhance its defensive power in order to be able to resist US bullying.
The UK’s top 100 companies prefer to have dominantly white boardrooms despite government warnings, a new study has found.
The Iranian president’s new defense minister pick vows to enhance the country’s ballistic missile power.
Julian Assange has denied Democratic claims that he obtained leaked DNC documents from Russia.
A senior Chinese military officer has censured the US for a series of “wrong” activities vis-à-vis China, particularly in the Western Pacific region.
US military commanders have defied Trump by speaking up against racism and extremism in the wake of the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The Israeli regime has demolished the house of a Palestinian in the West Bank village of Deir Abu Mashaal.
A new UN draft report says the Saudi-led military campaign claimed the lives of 502 Yemeni children and injured over 800 others last year.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 18:00 GMT, August 16, 2017 to 08:00 GMT, August 17, 2017.
The Iranian men’s national basketball team moves into the semifinals of the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup in Lebanon.
An analyst says honoring Iran’s nuclear deal is a matter of international law and if Trump reneges on the deal, it will only harm US interests.
The Iran women’s national volleyball team ranks ninth at the 19th edition of Asian Senior Women’s Volleyball Championship.
The United Nations says the number of the South Sudanese refugees sheltering in Uganda has reached one million.
The US is using a policy of brinkmanship against North Korea to deploy more troops and nuclear weapons to South Korea, Japan, and Guam, a political analyst says.
Opposition candidates running in Venezuela’s October elections will be investigated by a newly-formed ‘truth commission,’ officials say.
Hundreds have attended a vigil for the victims of recent racial violence in Virginia, while angry reactions to Trump’s response continue.
The South Korean president says any US military action against North Korea needs to receive Seoul’s prior consent.
The Israeli Press Office invalidates the credentials of an Al Jazeera reporter, pending a hearing, over his support for Palestinian resistance.
White House chief strategist Steve Bannon says tougher measures are needed as the US is at "economic war with China."
The UN chief says Latin American countries must be safeguarded from foreign intervention after the US president threatened military intervention in Venezuela.
Syria says the US, Britain, and their allies are supporting terrorists in the country by supplying them with toxic agents and other kinds of weapons.
US President Donald Trump names 28-year-old Hope Hicks as the interim White House communications director.
Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Baqeri meets with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara.
US Vice President Mike Pence says he will “stand with” US President Donald Trump in blaming the violence during a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, on “both sides.”
Hamas’ leader in Gaza says the enclave is well prepared for any military move by Israel.
US President Donald Trump is the agent of much bigger distractive forces moving America towards a fascist state, says an analyst from London.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 09:00 GMT to 17:00 GMT, August 16, 2017.
The Al-Quds Al-Araby reported that an Israeli delegation had arrived in Cairo and met with a number of Egyptian security officials.
US President Donald Trump says he is scrapping two business advisory councils after several resignations in protest over his comments on a white supremacist rally.
Mourners expel the prime minister and governor of Khartoum from the funeral procession of Sudanese activist Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim.
President Rouhani says the implementation of the JCPOA would serve the interests of all.
US-led coalition warplanes pounded the Old City neighborhood of Raqqah.
The shooting attack was carried out in the town of Bannu.
Seven Iraqi soldiers were killed after a Daesh attacker tried to infiltrate a security headquarters near the northern city of Baiji.
The US Coast Guard and military crews are searching the ocean off Hawaii after an Army helicopter that went down during a training exercise.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has reached out to young voters on YouTube ahead of September 24 elections.
Bahrain’s state TV has accused Qatar of trying to oust the government in Manama.
The new US sanctions against Iran over its missile program are “illegitimate” and endanger the 2015 nuclear deal with the P5+1group of countries, Russia's Lavrov says.
US President Donald Trump has praised the North Korean leader for his decision to delay an attack on the US Pacific territory of Guam.
Iran says unlike the US, it has been fully committed to the JCPOA.
The loser in Kenya’s presidential election vows to pursue his claims of vote rigging at the top court.