GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump calls for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims" entering the United States.
Watch Press TV’s full interview with Valiollah Seif, the governor of the Central Bank of Iran.
The UN watchdog agency in a much-awaited announcement said it had closed investigations into the "possible military dimensions" of Iran's past nuclear activities.
This edition of The Debate is about the talks to end the crisis in Syria.
In this program, we will ask: What is the basis of social justice in Islam?
This episode of The debate discusses the Nigerian army's massacre of Shia Muslims.
This episode of The Debate is about Moscow's support for Washington's plans for the Syrian peace process.
The Nigerian government is facing fierce criticisms after reports emerged that its army has conducted a massacre of Shia Muslims in an attack in the country’s north.
While it is impossible to completely prevent the spread of colds, there are steps you can take to reduce your and your family's chances of becoming infected with a virus that causes colds.
This episode of The Debate discusses the newly-announced Saudi coalition to fight terrorism.
On February 19, 2014, and after consulting with the Expediency Council, Ayatollah Khamenei announced the general policies of what’s come be known as Resistive Economy.
Just weeks since the visit of Pope Francis to the CAR and there are fears that the conflict that has blighted the country has returned with additional vigor.
This episode of The Debate discusses the IAEA’s closure of the so-called possible military dimensions (PMD) case regarding Iran's nuclear program.
New signs have emerged in the US showing that the level of public fear from terrorist attacks have reached high levels.
Watch Press TV’s full interview with Oriol Junqueras, the leader of the Catalan Republican Left (ERC).
This edition of The Debate focuses on Nigeria's brutal crackdown against the country's Shia Muslims.
The truth about poverty in Britain is wide-ranging and deeply ingrained.
In this program, Tariq Ramadan delivers a speech on the challenge of migration from an ethical perspective.
Watch Press TV’s full interview with Levan Dzhagaryan, the ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The wonder box or perspective box was introduced to Iran in the late 18th century by Mozzafar Eddin shah.
This edition of The Debate is about two days of deadly persecution against Shia Muslims in Nigeria.
A controversial meeting hosted by Saudi Arabia on the Syrian crisis has received a lot of criticism because of undermining the international diplomatic efforts to resolve the multi-year crisis in Syria.
Press TV’s full interview with Ali Abdel-Karim, the Syrian ambassador to Lebanon.
Daesh Takfiri terrorists are believed to have made over $800 million dollars in black market oil sales in Turkey over the last eight months.
WikiLeaks has published 30 hours of secret tapes and transcripts at the heart of the AbilityOne/SourceAmerica scandal.
This edition of The Debate discusses the US drone expansion plan.
The new pro-Western government has started purging streets and the map of Ukraine from reminders of the Soviet past.
"Tell me what you eat and I tell you what you are," wrote 18th-century French gastronome Jean-Anthelme Brillat Savarin.
Given Israel’s open and obvious atrocities, why does the West stands by the Zionist entity?
Art from the Islamic world or “Islamic art” is a relatively recent term coined in reference to the different artistic traditions.
Islamaphobia in Britain was once thought an issue for adults to contend with.
This episode of The Debate discusses latest reports of Saudi attacks against Yemeni schools.
Analysts say Turkey is keeping Daesh in business through oil sales, but more broadly, facilitating the rise of ISIL for years by providing supply routes across its border with Syria.
This episode of The Debate discusses a meeting of anti-Syria militant groups and so-called opposition figures in Riyadh.
With the arrival of month of Muharram Muslims in Sydney prepare for the commemoration of Ashura and the Arba'een.
Practicing non-attachment enables us to control our emotions and feelings in relation to the attachments in our life.
The Daesh terrorist group has recently released an execution video showing the grisly killing of Yemeni fighters in Aden, where the Saudi-backed and pro-Hadi forces are said to have a stronghold.
Mali has been witnessing violence linked to militant activity in its northern region since 2012.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei wrote an open letter following a terrorist attack in Paris, addressing the youth of Europe and North America.
This episode of The Debate is about the tensions between Iraq and Turkey.
This episode of The Debate is about US officials targeting Muslims.
David Cameron wanted to bomb Syria two years ago but suffered a humiliating defeat in a vote before parliament.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has urged the young people in the West to help pave the ground for enhanced interaction with Muslim world.
This edition of The Debate focuses on Venezuela's Democratic Unity party's victory in the congressional elections.
Mass Shooting in the US city of San Bernardino
The United States and its coalition partners have air-dropped tonnes of weapons to militants fighting inside Syria, according to a US military spokesman.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says the Middle East would be safer if the US had not “made a mess” by attacking Iraq and Libya.
3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file.
In this program, Rajai Ray Jureidini delivers a speech on the challenge of migration from an ethical perspective.
This edition of The Debate is about the British and French airstrikes on Syria.
Daesh has threatened to carry out bombings in major US cities. Not surprisingly, security agencies in America have been on alert following the recent attacks in Paris
Watch Press TV’s full interview with Sheikh Naeem Ghassem, the deputy secretary general of Lebanon's resistance movement Hezbollah.
This edition of The Debate is about Turkish policies vis-à-vis its neighboring countries.
This program tries to answer the following questions: What impact has globalization had on the Muslim world
This episode of The Debate is about the deployment of US special operations troops in Iraq.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has improved the economy. So why are there between 500 to 800 million people, out of a population of 1.2 billion, living in poverty?
This episode of The Debate discusses the IAEA’s recent report on the possible military dimension of Iran’s nuclear program.
The new format of Iranian oil and gas contracts has finally and officially been revealed.
In this edition of Press Plus we will discuss the ways that your body language can positively influence your life.
This episode of 'On the News Line,' focuses on Washington's efforts to send its special forces to Syria and Iraq allegedly to fight terrorist groups.
This episode of The Debate discusses the significance of the Arbaeen ceremony.
Is the world doing enough for Somalia or has the country been left to go it alone in the battle against al-Shabaab?
This episode of The Debate is about the substantial rise in Islamophobia in the US.
A battle is raging between the two main political camps in the UK over the war against Takfiri terrorism inside Syria.
Bombing Syria will not rid the country of the terrorists. For starters, The US has to stop Persian Gulf states delivering weapons to the terrorists in Syria and Iraq.
This edition of The Debate focuses on the root causes of terrorism and the West's double standards in the war on terror.
It is the 8th edition of the art exhibition ‘Haft Negah’ here in Tehran and we went there to see some of the spectacular artworks.
In this program, Nazir Liemlahi delivers a speech on the challenge of migration from an ethical perspective.
This edition of The Debate is about terrorism, its different forms, and root causes.
Watch Hispan TV’s full interview with Bolivian President Evo Morales.
The operation was pre-planned, and now Turkey is facing a crisis. From its support of the terrorists, to even NATO itself, Turkey’s hand is revealed. It has bought oil from Daesh, and supported the terrorists all along.
An intelligence report from 2012 is just one of hundreds of unclassified documents that demonstrate the US were very much aware of the establishment of the Daesh nearly two years earlier.
This edition of The Debate discusses the recent anti-war protests in the UK.
Palestinian journalists routinely run the gauntlet of physical and verbal attacks and face arrest or even death in exposing Israel’s policies.
Islam is a complete way of life. It is made up of a complete moral system that is central to the Islamic worldview.
This episode of The Debate discusses the first Israeli diplomatic mission in the United Arab Emirates.
The US does not want to acknowledge the depth of the problem, but homelessness, in all its forms, has gripped many US cities.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is infuriated that Turkey illegally struck down one of it planes. But even more concerning, is that Turkey has been buying oil smuggled from Daesh.
This episode of The Debate discusses Turkey's downing of a Russian jet over Syrian airspace.
This edition of Press Plus introduces some useful tips for healthy weight loss.
Watch Press TV’s full interview with Majid Takht-e Ravanchi, Iran's deputy foreign minister for European and American affairs.
This episode of 'On the News Line,' sheds some light on the media arm of the Daesh terrorist group.
This edition of The Debate is about the tensions between Moscow and Ankara.
Iran is at the forefront of fighting against terrorist groups such as Daesh and the Al-Nusra in Iraq and Syria.
The general elections in Tanzania took place a month ago, yet the political fallout from the heavily contested polls continues.
This episode of The Debate is about Turkey's downing of a Russian fighter jet.
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This edition of The Debate focuses on the US support for the terrorist groups such as Daesh in the Middle East region.
In this program, Dr. Hatem Bazian delivers a speech on critical thinking.
Takfiri terrorists returning home to France armed with assault rifles and explosive belts launched six simultaneous terrorist attacks in Paris claiming 132 lives and leaving hundreds injured.
The 32nd Tehran International Short Film Festival was held from November 11 to 17 in the Iranian capital.