It is said that honesty is the best policy. Sadly, People nowadays have become less honest with each other than in the past, which makes living these days harder.
Some relief for Britain’s embattled prime minister after two turbulent weeks. Theresa May now has what’s needed for a minority government.
This episode of The Debate discusses the US Supreme Court's decision to allow a partial travel ban on Muslims to take effect.
While the UK is witnessing a surge in anti-Muslim hate crime reports, official data shows the wide extent of Islamophobic attacks long before the recent terrorist acts.
This edition of the program talks about Boko Haram terror threats in Nigeria and the inability of the government to contain the Takfiri group.
This edition of the program is about the International Quds Day.
This edition of The Debate is about the hurdles the US Republicans are facing in the way of repealing Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act.
The Israeli regime’s decades-long animosity toward Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has intensified since the start of Syria’s conflict in 2011.
This episode of The Debate discusses the recent developments on the Israel-Palestine peace efforts.
It's turbulent times in Britain but good times for UK leader Jeremy Corbyn whose popularity is on the rise.
Another police officer is off the hook after killing a black man in the United States. After days of deliberation, the jury acquits Minnesota officer Jeronimo Yanez in the 2016 fatal shooting of Philando Castile.
The Isfahan Province, located right in the heart of the country, is known everywhere around the world for its magnificent historic sites that display the splendor of ancient Persian architecture.
This episode of The Debate discusses Israeli airstrikes on the Syrian Golan Heights.
Watch Press TV’s full interview with Raed Shaker Jawdat, Iraq's Federal Police Forces commander.
Almost half of Britons believe Theresa May should quit as Prime Minister, according to polls conducted since the general election.
Theresa May, who during her election campaign attacked Jeremy Corbyn at every opportunity for his alleged sympathies with the IRA, made a pact with a party.
A major confrontation between Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region and Baghdad seems to be in the cards.
This edition of The Debate discusses the reports on a secret network of prisons in southern Yemen run by the UAE.
Ten years after the financial crisis, the EU and the eurozone still need economic CPR from the European Central Bank, billions of euros every month.
Saudi King Salman issued a series of royal decrees, replacing first in line to the throne Prince Mohammed bin Nayef with his son Mohammed Bin Salman.
Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corpse has fired several missiles at the headquarters of terrorists in Syria's city of Dayr al-Zawr.
American senators overwhelmingly voted for strict sanctions on Russia over what they call Moscow’s interference in the US 2016 presidential election as well as its alleged role in the crisis in Ukraine.
This episode of The Debate discusses the tensions between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
In this episode of Press Plus, we will learn more about the Narcissism epidemic.
The International Quds Day rallies are held annually on the last Friday of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
This episode of The Debate is about the significance of the International Quds Day.
This episode of The Debate is about the new Saudi crown prince.
The new French president scores yet another victory after his party and its allies secured a clear parliamentary majority in the recent elections.
This program gives details about Tehran's terrorist attacks.
This edition of the program is about the release of Saif al-Islam, Gaddafi’s son.
This edition of The Debate is about the rise of far-right groups in Britain.
The Australia-based Institute for Economics and Peace releases its Global Peace Index for 2017, showing a drop in the US ranking.
This edition of The Debate is about Iran's missile attack against Daesh Takfiri terrorists inside Syria.
It's been over 5 years: A revolution is underway in the tiny Persian Gulf island of Bahrain.
What a tumultuous week in the world of politics: James Comey testifies before a key Senate panel. The ousted FBI chief publicly accuses Trump of lying and efforts to undermine the Russia investigation.
This edition of The Debate is about the recent brutal onslaught on Yemeni people by Saudi Arabia.
The United States is not winning the war in Afghanistan. That is what Defense Secretary James Mattis has told a Senate panel.
A state of panic hit western London just after Midnight on Wednesday. A huge fire had engulfed a block of flats when fire fighters arrived at the scene.
British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn says it is time for the UK to hold "difficult conversations" with Saudi Arabia and other Arab states of the Persian Gulf in the wake of the London terror attack.
This episode of The Debate discusses Donald Trump's canceling of Obama's Cuba policy.
Deadly clashes between Philippine government forces and Daesh-linked militants in the country’s southern regions have raised concerns among other Southeast Asian countries.
This episode of Economic Divide looks at the economic consequences, in which much of it will have long-term economic consequences.
Ramadan is a time when families get together in the evening to break their fast.
Naksa Day is the annual day for the Palestinian people of marking the displacement after the Six-Day War in 1967.
This episode of The Debate discusses the US' recent deployment of multiple rocket launchers in southern Syria.
The Persian Gulf crisis involving Qatar and its Arab adversaries has taken a new turn after turkey threw its full weight behind Doha.
Residents of Grenfell Tower say they raised multiple concerns about the risk of fire in the months before the fatal blaze.
This episode of The Debate is about the US secretary of state's recent remarks about regime change in Iran.
Greed can be defined as wanting more than our fair share of the world’s resources without thinking about how things would be for other people or future generations.
Theresa May is caught in a political trap of her own making. Last week’s general elections in Britain quashed May’s dreams of boosting her parliamentary majority.
This episode of The Debate is about Deadly US airstrikes against civilians in Syria.
The US president’s comments on the deadly terror attacks in Tehran raise eyebrows both at home and abroad.
This edition of the program is about the protests in Morocco.
This edition of the program is about Iran’s stance on different regional issues and it talks about Iran’s policy regarding Saudi Arabia’s hostilities on different fronts.
Former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi's son, Saif al-Islam, has been freed by a Libyan militia group in the country's east after six years in captivity.
This episode of The Debate sheds light on the recent tensions between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Qatar's fellow Persian Gulf Arab states continue pressuring the country over its alleged support of some groups blacklisted by Saudi Arabia and its allies.
This episode of The Debate is about Catalonia's independence referendum.
In this edition of the Iran Program, we are going to dedicate a few minutes to a young lady from Germany who was inspired by Persian designs.
The Earth's climate has changed throughout history. But the current trend of global warming is of particular concern because it is believed most of it is directly caused by human activity.
All signs point to the fact that it's of very high strategic importance. The al-Tanf Crossing on the Iraq-Syria border is the key to the Baghdad-Damascus highway.
This episode of The Debate discusses the recent political row between Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Israel is defiantly building on occupied Palestinian lands and has announced plans for thousands of new settler units in recent months.
Have MI5 and MI6 been playing a dangerous game by supporting Takfiri terrorists in Libya and Syria and now one of those terrorists has attacked Manchester?
As time passes, and more chain terrorist attacks by Wahhabi-inspired – Saudi supported actors occur in Britain and elsewhere around the world, bigger and more serious questions about Theresa May’s hypocrisy in dealing with the root cause of British national threat emerge
This episode of The Debate discusses Syrian army's arrival at the Iraqi border point for the first time in years.
By inviting people of other faiths to partake in fasting and other Ramadan activities, Muslims can strengthen bonds among people of faith.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has suffered a hideous terrorist attack on its soil, which killed 17 and injured many more.
This episode of The Debate discusses the UK’s position in the upcoming Brexit talks after stunning election results.
With just hours before the polls close, it will be a nail-biting conclusion to one of the most fascinating electoral contests in recent memory.
The US backed forces in Syria have launched an attack against the city of Raqqa, the so called de-facto capital of Daesh terrorists.
Jeremy Corbyn is narrowing Theresa May’s lead in the polls but May is still predicted to win the contest.
In 1974, British Prime Minister, Edward Heath was forced to call a three day week in the UK, forcing businesses and non essential uses of national power to consume power for only three days of the week.
this episode of The Debate is about Britain’s 2017 general election.
The British Prime Minister is facing growing calls to resign and not seek re-election in Thursday’s general elections.
Selfishness has become the attitude of our modern world. It’s not only affecting us, but it’s destroying the animals and the environment as well.
This episode of The Debate is about the Daesh terrorist attacks that hit Iran’s parliament building and the mausoleum of Imam Khomeini.
Iran’s Parliament (Majlis) and the mausoleum of the late founder of the Islamic Republic Imam Khomeini in Tehran came under terrorist attack.
Israel is expected to announce plans to build up to 2500 more illegal settlement houses in the occupied West Bank according to a local NGO, Peace Now.
Britain is still in shock following a terror attack that struck London this past Saturday. The attack drew international condemnations.
This edition of the program is about the phony narrative by the West on resource-rich Africa, which it tries to portray as poor and in need of help.
June 4 marked the 28th anniversary of the passing of Imam Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Revolution.
This edition of The Debate sheds light on the widening gap among the Arab countries of the Persian Gulf.
This episode of The Debate is about the widening rift among the Arab countries of Persian Gulf.
US President Donald Trump argues that the Paris agreement would hurt American jobs.
This edition of 'We the People' sheds light on the US President Donald Trump’s first foreign tour.
A word you must have heard a lot these days is “Jihad” which is erroneously interpreted . Jihad means “to strive for an objective.”
Tensions have recently flared up in Morocco’s northern Rif region following the arrest of the leader of a popular anti-corruption movement.
This edition of The Debate is about the 28th anniversary of the passing of Imam Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Tensions between The United States and the European Union are rising. And the war of words between the US and Germany is also heating up. President Donald Trump has lashed out at Berlin for its trade surplus and military level spending.
Tensions are rising in Bahrain. The ruling Al Khalifa has stepped up its crackdown against peaceful protesters, killing at least five protesters.