A US drone attack has killed 22 Afghan soldiers held by Taliban militants in the southern Helmand province, officials say.
A shocking Daesh video shows a British boy and four other children executing prisoners in Syria.
Tunisia’s new unity government, led by Prime Minister-designate Youssef Chahed, wins a vote of confidence in the parliament.
Palestinian football players and soccer fans have suffered tear-gas inhalation after Israeli forces raided a stadium in the occupied West Bank.
Russia says it has reached a consensus with the US on the way to reinstate a ceasefire in Syria and revive the peace talks over the Arab country’s conflict.
The Iranian defense minister says Iran develops radars of every family and is even exporting the military equipment.
A senior Iranian official says Iran and India have the potential to help end the crises in the Middle East and fight terrorism.
Hungary says it is to build a new barrier against refugees on its southern border and increase border guards.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif holds talks with Bolivian President Evo Morales.
Renowned Iranian cinema and theater actor and producer Davoud Rashidi passes away at the age of 83.
Lanny Cordola’s "Miraculous Love Kids" guitar school in Kabul is giving children a chance to experience hope and peace after enduring a prolonged war.
A political commentator says Turkey has been too rough-handed in dealing with the legitimate Kurdish parties.
The government of Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed has won a vote of confidence from the parliament.
Iker Casillas, Spain's most-capped player, was omitted from Julen Lopetegui's first squad as the new coach of La Roja on Friday.
A former American intelligence linguist says Syria alongside its supporters has been able to foil plots hatched by the United States and its allies.
The newly discovered planet Proxima b, some 4.2 light years away, has brought us hope of easing our loneliness in the vast cosmos.
Hillary Clinton says no revelations from emails or foreign entities' ties to the Clinton Foundation are going to stop her from becoming president.
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson says he could become president if he can break the 15 percent threshold in national polling in a month.
Retaliatory Yemeni strikes hit facilities belonging to the Saudi state oil giant Aramco in the kingdom’s southwest.
The number of Canadians who have joined extremist organizations abroad such as Daesh is growing, a report says.
Official figures show Oman has faced a budget deficit of equal to $9.1 billion in the first half of 2016 as a result of low oil prices.
The European Commission and Portugal have agreed to inject up to €5 billion into the country’s biggest and ailing bank Caixa Geral de Depositos (CGD).
The Iranian men’s national beach soccer team defeats Japan 5-1 to progress to the final match of the first edition of the Continental Tournament.
Having the best of worldly possessions may temporarily bring one pleasure, but this can never guarantee long term happiness.
This episode of The Debate discusses the situation in Syria after the liberation of Darayya.
Indian-controlled Kashmir has been the scene of extreme violence following the killing of a pro-independence figure Burhan Wani by Indian troops.
By arresting Anjem Choudary, are the British finally getting serious about tackling Daesh?
This edition of The Debate discusses Colombia's historic peace agreement.
Control Arms Coalition: The US, Britain and France must stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia to stop the killing of Yemeni civilians.