About 90 people were arrested in violent protests in Washington during US President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Britons protest against the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States.
An estimated 23,700 refugee children, including infants and newborns, remain stranded in Greece and the Balkans.
With the inauguration of Donald Trump as the US president, an era of utter chaos has begun, an American political analyst says.
Myanmar's military is accused of mass human rights violations in Rakhine and Kachin.
Protesters have staged demonstrations across Bahrain to denounce the recent execution of three Shia activists in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom.
An activist says the anti-Trump protesters are ignoring the major problem which is America’s debauched political system.
Ayatollah Khamenei urges Muslim students in Europe to make an impact on their surroundings and attract more followers to the path of God.
There has been no claim of responsibility for the attack, but the Taliban militant group is a suspect.
The Gambia’s long-time ruler asks the West African bloc ECOWAS to extend a midday deadline for him to step down.
US billionaire George Soros says Donald Trump is a “would-be dictator” who is going to fail.
Moscow says it seeks to find "effective answers to the challenges of terrorism and other multiple modern challenges first of all."
Iraqi army forces have retaken more areas in the eastern and northern parts of Mosul from Takfiri Daesh militants.
An activist says Trump is not a president that the Americans wanted and he was forced upon the people by the country's two-party system.
The prime minister of Muslim-majority Malaysia has been a vocal critic of Myanmar's government.
Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th president of the United States at Capitol Hill.
Turkey says it can no longer insist on the Syrian president’s resignation as a precondition for resolving the crisis in Syria.
Hezbollah fighters have targeted a Daesh position on the outskirts of a northeastern border town, inflicting casualties among the ranks of the extremists.
A political commentator says the Obama administration has failed to understand properly the rationale behind policies of the Russian government.
Hundreds in the Philippines protest against Donald Trump at the US embassy in Manila.
African forces intervening in the Gambia give long-time ruler Yahya Jammeh until Friday noon to quit office.
A monitoring group says those killed in the airstrikes were members of the Takfiri Fateh al-Sham terror group.
Outgoing President Barack Obama ordered at least 526 drone strikes during his presidency, according to a new report by US intelligence agencies.
A political expert says the United States and Britain pursue their imperialist agenda in Gambia through hatching a plot to overthrow President Yahya Jammeh.
Taiwan calls for a "new era" in relations with China as Japan conducts military drills in response to possible conflict between Beijing and Taipei.
The Israeli military reportedly breaches the Lebanese border to install a spying device near the UN-drawn Blue Line.
The family of a 17-year-old Palestinian teenager recently killed by Israeli forces plan to sue the Israeli officials.
At least 30 people are reported missing and two confirmed dead after an avalanche hits a resort hotel in Italy.
Rescue workers are digging tunnels into the rubble of Tehran’s Plasco Building to save potential survivors.
The new privacy guidelines imposed on the CIA by the outgoing Obama administration will change nothing, an analyst says.
Three are dead and 20 injured after a car pursued by police rams into pedestrians in a Melbourne mall in Australia.
Germany deploys hundreds of soldiers to Lithuania as part of a NATO force to deter Russia.
Turkish lawmakers engage in physical fighting over a controversial bill on constitutional amendments.
Danish police arrest six people for violating the compound of the Iranian Embassy in Copenhagen.
US President-elect Donald Trump says he will unify the country amid more protests against his presidency in Washington, DC, on the eve of his inauguration.
Mexico's most notorious drug kingpin "El Chapo" is extradited to the US to face criminal charges.
Thousands of Palestinians protest US President-elect Donald Trump's plan to move the American embassy to Jerusalem al-Quds.
Ron Paul says there is a neoconservative axis in the Senate, which might destroy America by increasing the military spending.
A top Russian official calls Obama's presidency shameful and ridiculous, saying Washington had an interaction based on a master-slave mindset during his tenure.
At least 33 Takfiri Daesh terrorists have been killed in clashes with Syrian army soldiers in the country's central province of Homs.
The US military says its airstrikes have killed two senior al-Qaeda operatives in Syria in two separate incidents.
Iran summons the Danish envoy to Tehran to protest the assault on the Iranian Embassy in the Danish capital city of Copenhagen.
Obama blasts the Republican-dominated Congress for thwarting his plans to close the notorious Guantanamo military prison.
The UNSC approves a resolution backing the new Gambian president.
Moscow says it is in contact with Tehran over the upcoming talks in Astana as well as an invitation to Washington for attending the meeting.
The US defense secretary says that more than 80 Daesh terrorists have been killed in the latest US airstrikes in Libya.
UNICEF warns that over 40 percent of Syrian child refugees of school-going age are missing out on education in Turkey.
A senior Iraqi official says the eastern bank of Mosul will be declared fully liberated from Daesh in the next few days.
The Pentagon is in talks with Lockheed Martin to purchase more F-35s amid pressure from Trump to drive down the aircraft’s costs.
Iran’s Zarif says Tehran is not ‘worried’ about Trump’s threats to quash the nuclear deal as it has its “own options.”
A UN expert says Saudi Arabia should move to enable women to drive cars.
US President-elect Donald Trump has proposed holding parades in Washington, DC, and New York City to display US military power.
The 15-member council is expected to endorse action by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) on ensuing crisis in Gambia.
Fresh clashes erupt among members of different members of Brazilian drug gangs at a northeastern prison
Wadi Barada hosts the main source of water for the capital, Damascus, and its surroundings.
Turkish lawmakers give their support to more articles of the draft constitution, which would give sweeping powers to the president.
The CIA has published new guidelines for collecting, storing and analyzing information on American citizens.
NATO’s chief warns of sharp increase in the number of state-sponsored cyber attacks on the military alliance.
US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says NATO is the most important military alliance in the world.
Iran’s Zarif urges Muslim nations to unite in support of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
President Bashar al-Assad says the upcoming talks in Astana will allow humanitarian aid to reach various areas in Syria.
The US is using Turkey as a camouflage to achieve its objectives in Syria, says an American analyst.
The agreement which asserted Ethiopia’s right to build the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) has caused grave concern in Egypt over the prospect of the country’s water and electricity supply.
Police said the incident occurred in the northern Indian province of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday when a truck loaded with sand collided head-on with the school bus.
The Gambia’s vice president has stepped down amid a political crisis in the West African country.
Iran says it is negotiation with China over a project to revamp its oldest and biggest refinery.
The remarks came after US Secretary of State John Kerry accused Maliki of being behind the growth of the Daesh terrorist group in Iraq.
An analyst says the EU's statement on Iran's nuclear agreement is very critical and it should serve as a wake-up call to Donald Trump.
Daesh-controlled terrain shrank by 23 percent from 78,000 square kilometers in early January 2016 to 60,400 square kilometers by the end of the year.
Senator McCain says he is “very concerned” about Trump's nominee for the secretary of state's “friendship” with Putin.
The Philippine government and communist guerrillas are set to resume peace talks in Rome on Thursday.
An analyst says if the US violates the JCPOA, it will be further isolated on the international stage.
Vietnamese police arrested a dozen people for staging a demonstration against the Chinese takeover of the Paracel ]slands on Thursday.
The Plasco building collapsed after fire engulfed the top floors of the 17-story building in downtown Tehran on Thursday morning.
George H.W. Bush says he and his wife could end up “six feet under” if they would attend President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration.
The announcement came on the sidelines of a meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Kuala Lumpur to discuss the plight of Rohingya Muslims.
Palestinians say they will continue to protest and stand against the demolition of their homes as well as the Israeli regime’s terrorism.
The Russian foreign minister names European leaders who he says actually interfered in the US presidential vote by supporting one candidate against the other.
The Seoul Central District Court on Thursday decided that evidence provided against Lee Jae-yong was inconclusive and did not warrant his arrest.
The UN's Jeffrey Fletman describes the Iran nuclear deal as “a good example of how multilateral diplomacy, political will and perseverance can resolve the most complex issues.”
Anti-Trump protesters stage rallies in Washington, DC, and vow to disrupt his inauguration.
The year 2016 is officially announced as the warmest year on record.
The majority of Americans believe that the United States and not Mexico will be the one ending up to pay for Trump's wall on the Mexican border.
Watch footage of Syrian forces battling Daesh terrorists in the country's eastern city of Dayr al-Zawr.
The European Union will protect and preserve” Iran’s historic nuclear deal with the P5+1 group of countries, says EU foreign policy chief.
The number of the European Union nationals held captive in Britain’s immigration centers rose five times, a report reveals.
Chinese President Xi Jinping says his country will establish a new model of relations with the US.
The outgoing US president says Israel’s settlement activities are making a "two-state solution impossible."
The scuffles came after Amnesty International said two Bahraini men were at the imminent risk of execution.
A political analyst says coordination among regional nations has countered Saudi Arabia’s regime change policy in the Middle East.
The administration of Barack Obama is intentionally creating problems for incoming US President Donald Trump, says an analyst.