A US soldier is killed in an explosion outside the Iraqi city of Mosul, says the Pentagon.
The European Union toughens its Brexit demands in a show of unity at a leaders' summit in Brussels.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says North Korea’s latest missile test is "absolutely unacceptable" and a “grave threat.”
Iran's foreign minister slams US government for trying to disrupt the country’s cooperation with international banks.
The death toll from infighting between rival terrorist groups near the Syrian capital has reaches at least 74.
Thousands of people hit the streets of the US capital to participate in the Climate March.
Turkey fires around 4,000 public officials and bans televised dating programs as part of its crackdown following last year’s failed coup.
US Vice President Mike Pence names a USS fast-attack submarine “Indiana” on President Donald Trump’s 100th day at helm.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives are holding a 17 percent lead over the Labour Party ahead of a June election, according to a new poll. This despite a 2% drop from last week.
Hundreds of Russian protesters hold demonstrations against President Vladimir Putin across the country.
Russia says US deployment of missiles in Poland and Romania is against a treaty signed in 1987.
Iran and the European Union will soon start the construction of an advanced nuclear safety center in the country.
The Iranian men’s national weightlifting team has been crowned as the champion of the 2017 Asian Weightlifting Championships.
The leader of Afghanistan's Hezb-i-Islami, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, urges the Taliban to come to the negotiating table for peace.
The US has approved a proposal to sell Israel more weapons, including naval guns and technical support worth an estimated $440 million.
Syria’s allied forces repel attacks by Daesh on government positions in Aleppo and Dayr al-Zawr.
Turkey's military has relocated a convoy of armored vehicles and personnel carriers close to the positions of Syrian Kurdish YPG fighters.
A former US Senate candidate says President Donald Trump is a dangerous man who is about to plunge the US into a global catastrophe.
Trump’s transition team did check Micheal Flynn and had knowledge of his ties with Turkey, a report says.
The Iranian defense minister says the US is deluded if it thinks that it can influence the outcome of the forthcoming presidential election in Iran.
The US aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson has started a joint drill with the South Korean navy, according to officials, amid tensions between the United States and North Korea.
A modified version of the JF-17 Thunder warplane, jointly manufactured by Pakistan and China, takes its maiden test flight.
Iraqi Air Force drones kill at least 30 Takfiri Daesh drones near Grand al-Nuri Mosque in western Mosul.
US Senator Bernie Sanders has criticized Barack Obama's plan to receive $400,000 for speaking at a Wall Street conference later this year.
The Pakistani premier fires one of his special advisers and sanctions another bureaucrat after an inquiry into a newspaper leak.
An EU commissioner says Iran’s exports to the bloc have increased by 300 percent after the implementation of the JCPOA.
South Korea rejects Trump’s demand that Seoul pay for the THAAD missile system.
Former US First Lady Michelle Obama says she's happy that she left the White House and wishes to never return.
An analyst says Israel has played a very negative role in the conflict in Syria because weakening Assad would be very beneficial for Tel Aviv's expansionist agenda.
Half of those immigrants arrested across the US in early days of the Trump administration has no criminal convictions, a report says.
Turkey's Erdogan says the country's forces may launch a cross-border operation against the PKK in Iraq and Syria.
France’s Hollande says Britain’s exit from the EU would have its own costs.
Iran has built 7,405 megawatts of new capacity over the past three and half years, including 2,200 megawatts last year.
Turkey blocks access to all language editions of the free online encyclopedia Wikipedia, a monitoring group says.
Kyrgyz officials say a devastating landslide has destroyed houses in mountainous areas, leaving 24 dead.
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has criticized Ivanka Trump's role as an adviser to her father in the White House.
An Iranian military commander says a recent attack that killed 10 Iranian border guards was launched from outside Iran.
The Philippine president takes an indirect swipe at Western states for meddling in regional affairs in an speech opening the annual ASEAN summit.
The Iranian men’s national footvolley A team progresses to the final match of the Praputt Kamlang-ek FC 4th Asian Footvolley Championships in Thailand.
Members of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) pass a vote of no confidence in their president after he visited Syria and met Assad.
Iran has named 29 firms as being eligible to bid for oil and gas projects but they have been waiting for the country to finalize the new model before they move forward.
US Vice Admiral Kevin Donegan says Yemen’s Houthi fighters are now in possession of weapons they did not have before Saudi Arabia launched a war on their country.
US Marines have returned to Afghanistan's Helmand province, where US forces faced intense fighting until 2014.
A French assault warship sails into a Japanese naval base for upcoming wargames amid tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
The Iranian men’s national indoor field hockey team has been crowned at the 7th edition of Asian Cup in Qatar.
A political expert says the Syrian government should give the US an ultimatum to end its military presence in the war-torn country.
Managing Director of Ports and Maritime Organization of Iran Mohammad Saeednejad hopes the section would come online after the presidential election in May.
The USS Carl Vinson strike group is making its way through Japanese waters amid tensions between the US and North Korea.
The municipal council of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean in Belgium adopts a motion to boycott companies promoting the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories.
Moscow says Montenegrin lawmakers violated ‘all democratic norms’ by ratifying NATO membership without a referendum.
European Council President Donald Tusk says Britain should settle a number of issues before any talks on a post-Brexit trade deal.
Iran condemns Israel’s recurrent military incursions into Syrian territory as attempts to shore up the Takfiri terrorists there.
Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel expresses hope for Emmanuel Macron to win France’s presidential run-off on May 7.
The Turkish foreign minister says Ankara and Moscow have “agreed in principle” on a deal for the purchase of the Russian-made S-400 long-range air missile system.
Donald Trump, who frequently boasts about being a deal maker, is concluding his first 100 days in office without any legislative victories.
A veteran federal prosecutor has been chosen as the new head of a US Justice Department team that investigates his alleged ties to Russia.
The six Iranian presidential candidates participated in their first debate on Friday. In this report, we take a look at the main highlights of the televised debate.
The Pentagon says it has sent troops and armored vehicles to protect the US-backed Kurds from Turkish military attacks.
North Korea has reportedly test-fired a new ballistic missile from an area near the capital Pyongyang.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says the UK and its allies would continue to “maintain pressure on North Korea” over its nuclear and missile tests.
At least four people have been killed and six others injured in a Daesh car bomb attack in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
Fierce infighting between terrorist groups has killed at least 40 militants on the outskirts of the Syrian capital Damascus, says a UK-based monitoring group.
US President Donald Trump says he is the “true friend” of gun owners in the White House.
The Republican and Democratic Parties are working towards the destruction of organized human life on Earth, an American political analyst and activist.
Bernie Sanders expresses alarm at the possibility of a possible “nuclear war” with North Korea.
Brazil faces its first general strike in two decades as clashes break out in several cities.
Dozens of Palestinian demonstrators have been injured during clashes with Israeli forces across the occupied West Bank.
Russia expresses its deep concern over the violence in the Macedonian parliament, blaming it on the opposition’s 'foreign patrons.'
The Iranian defense minister says Iran reserves the right to give a crushing response to the recent terrorist crime against its border guards.
Tanzanian President John Magufuli sacked close to 10,000 civil servants on Friday after a government report found they had faked their qualifications.
Montenego's parliamentarians ratify the tiny country's membership in NATO taking it one step closer to becoming the bloc's 29th member.
US economic growth sinks to its lowest level in three years on the eve of Trump's first 100 days in office.
China warns that the situation on the Korean Peninsula is “at a critical point,” reiterating that negotiations are "the only right choice" to defuse the tensions and avoid chaos.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has told the United Nations Security Council that "all options" regarding North Korea "must remain on the table."
The Turkish president has hailed the US missile attack against a military airfield in Syria’s central province of Homs.
Man in his 40s is declared dead at the scene after being found wounded on a bus in central London.
A commentator says Israel's role in the Middle East is to ignite more wars and its strong connection with the terrorist groups has been proven in many similar incidents.
Israel plans to construct 15,000 new settler units in the occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds in defiance of international opposition.
China announces readiness to start building permanent manned space station in 2019 after completion of crucial step in Beijing's manned space program.
The Trump administration is profoundly committed to destroying planet earth, Noam Chomsky says.
Bahraini regime forces have arrested another Shia Muslim cleric as part of the heavy-handed crackdown on members of the religious community.
Iran state TV broadcasts live the first debate among the six candidates of the 12th presidential election.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he tried to clear things up with the German foreign minister over a recent dispute by calling him but he would not take the call.
Russia’s Energy Minister Alexander Novak says the country has cut its production of crude oil by around 300,000 barrels per day (bpd) as part of an agreement with world’s oil producers to shore up global prices.
The Iranian men's national beach soccer team defeats Mexico 3-2 at the 2017 FIFA) Beach Soccer World Cup.
Macedonia’s government has called for an emergency meeting of political leaders after a mob attack on the parliament.
A planned speech by Israel’s ambassador to Britain at a university in London has been met with protests by anti-Israeli and pro-Palestinian students on the campus.
President Assad says Syria is negotiating with Russia to buy state-of-the-art missile defense systems.
The unprecedented string of executions has drawn sharp condemnations from rights groups and unleashed a wave of legal challenges.
The Israeli regime is seeking to implement divide and rule policy in Palestine and the entire region to pursue its agenda.
The Iranian men’s national indoor field hockey team beats Uzbekistan 12-2 to reach the final match of the 7th edition of Indoor Hockey Asia Cup.