The White House was informed by the CIA last August that President Putin directly ordered operation to get Donald Trump elected.
Islamophobic hate crimes show a 500-percent rise in the British city of Manchester after the bombing that killed 22 people in May, police say.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 09:00 GMT to 17:00 GMT, June 23, 2017.
Over 50 people have been killed in a series of bomb attacks and shootings across Pakistan.
The US is violating the UN Charter and the International Criminal Court by conducting a war of aggression against Syria, an American political analyst says.
The United Arab Emirates had warned of 'divorce' from Qatar unless it takes seriously a list of demands by Saudi Arabia and its allies.
EU leaders slam Britain’s proposals of the rights of EU citizens in the UK as insufficient and problematic.
A majority of Britons believe that opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is the best choice for taking over Downing Street, according to a poll.
Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah delivers speech on the occasion of Quds Day, which falls on the last Friday of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
Iran’s nuclear chief says the fate of the hard-won JCPOA depends on the West’s resolve.
The number of Yemenis infected with cholera is expected to rise to more than 300,000, the UN says.
Reports suggest that highly toxic gases emitted by London’s tower’s external cladding as it burnt, killing most of the residents.
North Korea accuses the United States of launching a "smear campaign" on Pyongyang after the death of a student.
A bomb blast in a western Iraq town kills at least eight civilians and a soldier.
An academic says the issue of Palestine is a human issue which concerns the entire humanity, not just Muslims, and all freedom-loving people of the world should unite against Israel on International Quds Day.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 18:00 GMT, June 221, to 08:00 GMT, June 23, 2017.
An Indian plainclothes police officer has been killed in the Indian-controlled Kashmir’s main city of Srinagar.
A US defense contractor has been arrested by American counterintelligence officials and charged with spying for China.
The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the period between May 23 and June 23 saw the highest civilian death toll in US airstrikes since they began on September 23, 2014.
Here is a selection of photos from the International Quds Day rallies in Tehran and other Iranian cities.
Brazil’s President Michel Temer said on Thursday that he has built warm ties with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
A political commentator says there are many politicians within the United States who do not want to see “any normalization of ties” between the US and Russia.
An activist says the American people are capable to push the US establishment to stop all support for Israel and call for real peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
Iran’s national under-21 volleyball team is to face Italy in its 2017 FIVB Volleyball Men's U21 World Championship opener.
Iran’s Qeshm Air says it has signed an agreement to purchase 10 planes from Boeing.
India fires a rocket carrying 31 small satellites into space on Friday, several of them for European countries looking for high resolution earth images
Russian vessels deployed to the Mediterranean have fired cruise missiles at Daesh targets inside Syria, the Russian Defense Ministry says.
Iran and Turkey have been shipping thousands of tons of foodstuffs to Qatar, which has been under an economic siege by its neighbors.
Germany’s biggest oil and gas company Wintershall says it is looking into a plan to collaborate with Russia’s energy giant Gazprom over projects in Iran.
Iranian weightlifter Reza Biralvand pockets three medals at the 2017 IWF Junior World Championships in Japan.
An explosion, caused by a car bomb, killed at least 11 people and injured 20 others in Pakistan’s southern city of Quetta on Friday.
A Venezuelan military police sergeant has shot dead one protester who was among a group of people attacking an airbase in Venezuela, officials say.
The government of French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday proposed the outlines of an anti-terrorism law that has faced opposition from rights groups.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has disbanded a terrorist group in the western Iranian province of Kurdistan.
A court in South Korea sentence a friend of the ousted president, Park Geun-hye, to three years in prison.
Legislators of Spain’s parliament vote against a bid by Catalonia to hold a referendum on independence.
Kuwait reportedly hands Doha a steep list of demands from Saudi Arabia and its allies boycotting Qatar in an attempt to end the crisis.
Islamabad says US drone strikes in Pakistan are counter-productive and violate the sovereignty of the country.
The rallies are held to mark Quds Day, which falls on the last Friday of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
Several dozen protesters were arrested Thursday after they gathered and chanted outside Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office over the GOP health care bill.
The EU extends sanctions against Russia over Moscow’s alleged role in the crisis in eastern Ukraine.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has promised EU citizens living in her country that they would be allowed to stay after Brexit.
The leader of Yemen's Ansarullah movement warns that smear campaigns against Iran are aimed at diverting attention from Israel.
The US Missile Defense Agency says it again failed to intercept a ballistic missile during a test off Hawaii.
The Human Rights Watch urges the new Saudi crown prince to end the country’s human rights violations and commit to reforms.
US House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan says he supports lawmakers’ efforts to impose new sanctions on Iran and Russia.
Iran says it is exporting over 1,100 tonnes of fresh fruits and vegetables from its southern ports to Qatar every day.
US President Donald Trump has said that he does not have any tape recording of ex-FBI director James Comey.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says Iraqi forces will fully recapture the northern city of Mosul from Daesh terrorists in the coming days.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 09:00 GMT to 17:00 GMT, June 22, 2017.
Cairo approves a presidential proposal extending a national state of emergency for an additional three months.
The Russian Foreign Ministry says Daesh ringleader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been most likely killed in a Russian airstrike in Syria last month.
The National Liberation Army (ELN) said on Thursday that Derk Johannes Bolt and his cameraman Eugenio Ernest Marie Follender were "in good health and will be released".
On Sunday, the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) pounded Daesh headquarters in Syria's Dayr al-Zawr with ballistic missiles fired from western Iran.
International aid agencies warn that starvation looms as food is running out in drought-hit Ethiopia.
The British government says some 600 buildings in England have combustible cladding similar to the London high-rise devastated by a blaze last week.
EU leaders are gathering for a summit in Brussels to discuss in more detail the thorny issue of refugees.
Iran has started a much-awaited project to export natural gas to Iraq.
US Senator Tim Kaine has sharply condemned US military strikes on Syrian government forces as “completely illegal.”
An earthquake measured at a magnitude of 6.8 shakes off the coast of Guatemala, causing powerful tremors in El Salvador.
Iraqi government forces make new territorial gains against Daesh terrorists in western Mosul.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has said that she will tell EU leaders of her plans to protect the rights of their citizens living in Britain as part of Brexit negotiations.
India's population is set to overpass China's in 2024, according to the report by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs' Population Division.
Lavrov made the remarks in a meeting with Ahmad Jarba, leader of Syria's Tomorrow Movement, a Cairo-based opposition group, in Moscow on Thursday.
A car bomb targeting a police station in Somalia’s Mogadishu kills 7 people.
The UN rights office said that their trials were "flawed" and "did not meet international standards of fairness."
An Anglican leader says the Church of England colluded and concealed to stop revelation of sexual abuse claims against one of its bishops.
An activist says the United States confines people who it sees as a threat to the interests of Washington's Arab allies.
Airbus says it has signed basic agreements with two Iranian airlines over the purchase of a total of 73 planes.
Avigdor Lieberman on Thursday underlined the need for "a full regional agreement” with what he called “all moderate Sunni states, including Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.”
The US defense secretary says the Pentagon will take back weapons supplied to Kurdish PYD militiamen after Daesh defeat in Raqqah.
A researcher says the United States pursues the policy of more deaths and destruction in Iraq to turn the country into the hotbed of terrorism.
An AP report says US forces are involved in interrogation of hundreds of inmates in secret UAE-prisons in Yemen.
The council chief of Kensington has resigned under pressure for his borough’s handling of the deadly Grenfell Tower fire.
Scientists in Jordan have announced that a mega drought that devastated the Middle East thousands of years ago is set to return.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is going to dispatch an 80-strong delegation to the forthcoming 21st edition of World Transplant Games.
Indian troops have killed three militants and one protester in the Indian-controlled Kashmir.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 18:00 GMT, June 21, to 08:00 GMT, June 22, 2017.
Thousands of American Muslims have attended the funeral of Nabra Hassanen, who was murdered on Sunday morning in what her father calls a hate crime.
A car bomb in the southern Afghan province of Helmand leaves at least 34 people dead and dozens more injured.
Chilean police clash with a large group protesting students calling for free education in the Latin American country.
A USAF F-16 aircraft went up in flames in at a Texas airbase but the pilot survived.
Iranian weightlifter Rahman Ourameh gets two bronze medals at the 2017 IWF Junior World Championships.
The UN’s secretary-general has appointed Russian diplomat Vladimir Voronkov as the first head of the world body’s Counterterrorism Office.
The US president’s top aide Jared Kushner meets the Israeli premier and the Palestinian president to discuss the so-called peace talks.
An analyst says black people are routinely gunned down by rogue police officers in the United States and this is an outrageous problem that is continuing to get worse.
An analyst says the United States is making a mess in Syria because its air strikes are killing civilians and it is acting as Daesh air force in the war-torn Arab country.
Rex Tillerson and James Mattis say the US and China are making progress on North Korea despite Trump’s claims that the relationship is not working.
Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez quit her post to run for a seat in the planned Constituent Assembly.
Australia lifts a temporary suspension on sorties over Syria that had been implemented amid rising tensions between a US-led coalition and the Russian military in the Arab country.
A court in the US city of Milwaukee has acquitted a former police officer in the fatal shooting of an African-American man.