Turkey is sending 300 more troops to northern Syria to reinforce the so-called Operation Euphrates Shield.
Syria lashes out at some Persian Gulf Arab states for their failure to make independent policy decisions and their reliance on foreign powers.
Human Rights Watch calls for an arms embargo on Saudi Arabia over the war in Yemen, saying the US is "complicit" in atrocities against poor Yemenis.
Reports say the intensity of the Syrian army’s offensive has put the militants cornered in a shrinking enclave in Aleppo’s southeast on the defensive.
Britain’s Supreme Court says it will not overturn the result of the Brexit referendum.
Dozens of Daesh terrorists are killed in airstrikes by Iraqi aircraft near the border with Syria.
Hillary Clinton has called on Congress to take action against the “epidemic of malicious fake news.”
Far-right leader Le Pen says refugee children could be banned from public school places as part of measures to restrict state services.
A UN agency says the ongoing violence in the largest Palestinian refugee camp in southern Lebanon puts civilian lives in danger.
With foreign-backed militants on the verge of total rout, the US and its allies have been urging Russia to pressure the Syrian government into a ceasefire.
Greece’s trade unions have staged a nationwide general strike protesting against what they call perpetual austerity policies.
Iran's foreign minister is on a diplomatic and economic mission in Japan, seeking to expand ties between Tehran and Tokyo.
Spain's deputy prime minister has visited the Catalan capital Barcelona and held meetings with leaders of the opposition.
The Russian capital Moscow is hosting the 3rd ministerial conference on transport.
Japanese champions Kashima Antlers have come back from a goal down to beat Auckland City of New Zealand 2-1 in the opening game of the FIFA Club World Cup on Thursday.
US President-elect Donald Trump has selected professional wrestling tycoon Linda McMahon to be part of his incoming administration.
The decision by US President-elect Donald Trump to bring his family into his inner circle is not unprecedented, a political analyst in Virginia says.
Israel directly opposes a French proposal for a conference aimed at reviving talks with the Palestinians, who have nodded their agreement to the prospect.
The US has turned down a request by China to block the Taiwanese president from visiting New York City, the State Department says.
Iran is seeking 5,000 megawatts of renewable energy by 2020, with more than 4,000 megawatts expected to come from wind power stations.
Iran is preparing to switch its national currency from the rial to the toman - a move that could boost the value of the country’s national currency against the US dollar.
Watch footage of a meteor pass through the sky in Russia briefly lightening the night sky.
Iranian junior sports shooter Amir Hossein Zolfagharian grabs a gold medal at the 9th edition of Asian Airgun Championships in Tehran.
Two people lose their lives and six are injured after a chopper crashes in Chitgar Lake in the Iranian capital, Tehran.
This episode of The Debate discusses the Syrian army's advances in Aleppo.
Boris Johnson once again has proved his unwavering support for the Saudi war on Yemen, saying " a threshold has not been crossed” by Riyadh.
Personal standards are nothing more than a set of behaviors. These behaviors are built upon expectations you have of yourself in a variety of situations.
Mona Seraji is the only athlete that has taken part in Europe's free-ride world qualifier games not just from Iran, but from the Middle East this year.
This episode of The Debate is about British Prime Minister Theresa May's recent meeting with heads of state from the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council ([P]GCC).
Organ donations by the bereft of brain-dead patients have seen an outstanding rise in during the recent years.