Saudi vessels fired a barrage of rockets at a village in the Maqbanah district of Ta’izz on Tuesday.
Iran and Germany have signed an agreement which envisages the production of 50 diesel locomotives by Siemens and MAPNA.
Four people were shot to death at the club in the town of Playa del Carmen on Monday. Another woman died in a crush as people were attempting to escape the venue.
The Supreme Administrative Court ruled against an appeal by President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi’s government on Monday and said the islands of Tiran and Sanafir are Egyptian.
Britain's Northern Ireland Minister James Brokenshire says the province's assembly will dissolve on January 26.
The European Union and the United Nations both reaffirm their endorsement of the nuclear deal reached between Iran and the P5+1.
Oslo ignores Moscow's warnings and hosts hundreds of US Marines, as part of the first permanent foreign troop deployment in the country since WWII.
President Michel Temer says a package of measures worth more than $309 million will be introduced to tackle the crisis in the penitentiary system.
Over 2 dozen Democratic lawmakers say they will be absent from the next US president's swearing-in ceremony.
Two car bombs target the Tal Yabes district in eastern Mosul, causing casualties.
The bomb attack occurred in Turkey’s southeastern province of Diyarbakir.
The US does not play any role and has no credibility in the Middle East region, an analyst says.
Turkish police arrest the suspect behind a deadly New Year’s Eve attack on a night club in Turkey.
Monica Crowley, the security adviser of US President-elect Donald Trump, quits amid plagiarism allegations.
Gunmen attack a security checkpoint in Egypt, killing at least eight policemen and injuring three more.
British manufacturing giant Rolls-Royce is set to pay £671 million in penalties to escape accusations of bribery it resorted to overseas.
A high ranking Iraqi commander says around 90 percent of eastern Mosul has been recaptured from the Daesh terrorists.
German foreign minister voices the Western military alliance's worries over the latest comments by the incoming US president saying NATO wasn't taking care of terror.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has criticized President-elect Donald Trump for stepping into the politics of Germany.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon warns that the country may go for another independence vote in order to avoid “being taken down” by Brexit.
The Iranian and Russian foreign ministers urge further coordination over the forthcoming intra-Syrian talks in Astana.
Both the US and Russia should cut back their nuclear arsenals, an American author says.
The Philippines and Iran are negotiating over mutual exports of fruit items such as apples, bananas, mango and abaca.
Anti-regime protests continue in Bahrain following the execution of three activists accused of a 2014 bomb attack.
A group of Brazilian Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) forces is dispatched to Alcacuz Penitentiary Center to bring situation under control.
Germany says America’s wars and its “flawed interventionist policy” have destabilized the Middle East.
A Palestinian teenager is killed by Israeli forces during clashes south of the occupied West Bank.
Iran slams a terrorist attack in Kandahar, Afghanistan, which killed a number of the Emirati diplomats and Afghan citizens.
Iran expects to make as high as $41 billion in sales of oil and condensate by the end of March.
The prime ministers of Syria and Sweden plan to pay official visits to Tehran for talks with senior Iranian officials.
The outgoing US president is marking the first anniversary of the Iran nuclear deal with a warning to Donald Trump.
Foreign-backed militant groups say they will attend Astana peace talks.
Two bomb attack have killed four people, including a university professor, in Nigeria’s Borno province.
The aircraft was targeted with the timely vigilance of the Iranian air defense forces, an army official says.
Visiting Ukraine, US VP Joe Biden says the world must resist Russian "coercion and aggression."
The IAEA confirms Iran’s removal of 'excess centrifuges and infrastructure' from its Fordo enrichment facility under the JCPOA.
Iraqi special forces battling Daesh terrorists in Mosul say they made further advances against the Takfiris.
An Israeli minister says Palestinians are powerless to block the transfer of US embassy to Jerusalem al-Quds.
The incoming US president says he will lift sanctions on Russia if the Kremlin agrees to reduce its nuclear weapons.
Amnesty International calls on the Nigerian government to end the unlawful detention of Sheikh Zakzaky.
Three security guards were wounded after a group of villagers brandishing guns attacked the convoy of a Qatari royal family member in southwestern Pakistan.
A senior Iranian commander says Iran must boost its defense power to counter threats.
Lebanese footballer Rabih Atayah has signed with Iran’s Zob Ahan Isfahan Football Club for a season and a half.
A court in Cairo upholds a ruling against the handover of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, rejecting the government’s appeal.
President Obama has asked the Persian Gulf Arab state to accept 10 more Guantanamo inmates before he leaves office.
A commentator says the recent war of words between the US president-elect and CIA is the tip of the iceberg in the country's institutional crisis.
The Takfiri terrorists raid a religious school in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar.
The president of Supreme Political Council says the battle in western coastal areas is neither against mercenaries, nor Saudi Arabia, rather against Israel.
The National Salvation Front in Syria, comprising certain foreign-based oppositionists, openly pleads with Israel to directly confront the government of President Assad.
President Obama says “despite all the noise and hullabaloo” the US and Israel are still close allies.
Mehran Hatami has been appointed the new head coach of Iran men's national basketball team.
A political analyst says Bahrain continues to suppress dissidents by reliance on support from the United States and Britain.
The European Union says it will remain committed to the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers.
Oxfam voices alarm over the widening economic gap between the world’s super-rich and the poorest.
New Delhi’s forces engage in an overnight gunfight with militants at a village in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
The outgoing US attorney general warns that hatred and intolerance threaten the US ahead of Trump’s inauguration.
A senior Iranian official says the Islamic Republic does not support the disintegration of any regional country.
The crush occurred south of the city of Kolkata on Monday as people rushed to get into a highly crowded boat.
Iran’s national under-17 football team loses to Azerbaijan 0-1 at the 2017 Granatkin Memorial International Youth Football Tournament in Russia.
A court hands down death sentences to more than 2 dozen individuals, including a former ruling Awami League member, over the 2014 gruesome murders.
China state media warn that a “damaging” confrontation between China and the US may be “unavoidable” under Donald Trump.
In its annual report, Human Rights Watch puts a spotlight on Saudi crimes in the bloody war against Yemen, which is backed by the US and the UK.
Republican attempts to repeal the Obamacare has prompted major rallies in several parts of the US.
The Venezuelan president said he wanted dialog with the opposition, but he refused to deliver an annual speech at the opposition-held parliament, violating law.
Tel Aviv’s forces break up a rally by Palestinians demanding the return of bodies of those killed by the regime’s troops.
Donald Trump has blasted CIA Director John Brennan, asking if he is the “leaker of Fake News?”
South Korean prosecutors seek an arrest warrant for Samsung’s Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong. A court will have to approve the warrant.
Donald Trump says the UK’s decision to leave the EU is “smart” because the bloc acts as a “vehicle” for Germany.
A Turkish cargo plane goes down near the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek, killing mostly people on the ground at the crash site.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte threatens to impose martial law if his country’s drug problem is not resolved.
US President Barack Obama hails President-elect Donald Trump for being a "change candidate," asserting that he has a thing for “making a connection.”
Turkish lawmakers approve the first reading of a constitutional amendment package aimed at boosting the country’s president.
Spain's King Felipe VI meets Saudi King Salman amid ongoing negotiations over the purchase of Spanish warships.
Russia’s hacking efforts in the run-up to the US 2016 presidential election “did have an impact” on the outcome, claims a top Democrat.
The Palestine Liberation Organization welcomes the closing statement of a Middle East peace conference held in France.
Britain and the European Union should have reciprocal access to each other's markets, says the country’s finance minister.
It was Barack Obama's failed policy to balkanize Syria that led to the country's devastation, says an analyst.
Moscow will reportedly begin repairing a second runway at Hmeimim Air Base in Syria's Latakia.
Police have managed to quell the deadly riot.
The leader of a Scottish church has condemned Islamophobic attacks against a cathedral after it recited a passage from Qur’an.
A commentator says the United States has a tendency to violate its end of any bargain, and is bent on extending various conflicts.
The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says at least 249 people have been killed in the wake of Turkey's Operation Euphrates Shield in northern Syria.
The number of asylum requests in Austria is more than halved in 2016 compared to previous year.
The CIA boss says incoming US President Donald Trump should choose his words wisely and realize their possible impact.
Senegalese President Macky Sall accepted a request to host Barrow in Dakar "until his inauguration."
The Iranian president calls for collective efforts to fight violence, extremism and terrorism.
The Emirati and British naval forces have started joint naval exercises dubbed 'Sea Dagger 2017' in the Persian Gulf.
An analyst says Al Khalifah is a despicable regime, which has literally signed the end of its monarchy with the execution of the three activists.
Iranian officials as well as international bodies condemn the Bahraini government’s execution of three anti-regime Shia activists.
US President-elect Donald Trump has sparked outrage by attacking Congressman John Lewis after the civil rights icon said he would skip Trump’s inauguration.
Yemeni forces launch retaliatory cross border attack in Saudi Najran province, killing one soldier.