Turkish President Erdogan blasts the organizers of a 2010 Gaza-bound aid flotilla after reaching a reconciliation deal with Israel.
Twin bomb attacks by the Taliban kill 27 people on the western outskirts of the Afghan capital, Kabul.
Turkish police have carried out raids against suspected Daesh cells in Istanbul and detained 13 people, including three foreigners, a Turkish official says.
The EU releases a strategy document that suggests the bloc can no more rely on NATO for the provision of security.
Iranians are preparing for International Quds Day rallies amid messages by state officials and major bodies inviting them to the event.
A Palestinian has been shot dead by Israeli forces after he allegedly stabbed and killed a settler near Hebron (al-Khalil) in the occupied West Bank.
The UAE ruler is reportedly supporting a plan to install Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as Saudi Arabia’s king by end of 2016.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei condemns the UN for ignoring Saudi Arabia’s atrocities in Yemen.
A senior Iraqi official has dismissed latest remarks by Saudi foreign minister on Hashid al-Shaabi, stating that Riyadh is in no position to comment on the volunteer forces.
The Israeli prime minister seeks to oust an Arab member of the Israeli Knesset who has described the Israeli commandos who killed ten Turkish activists in 2010 as “murderers.”
The 2013 revelations by former CIA contractor, Edward Snowden about massive US spying on its own citizens, foreign countries and even leaders of allied countries shook the world to the core.
Israeli forces have shot dead a Palestinian man in the occupied West Bank.
Moscow is hosting an exhibition of traditional national dress called "Festive costumes of the Russian people.”
The Unites States has the highest rate of incarceration in the world.
Novak Djokovic eased into the 3rd round of the Wimbledon Open after wrapping up a straight-sets victory over Adrian Mannarino.
Romania received “millions of dollars” from the CIA to allow the agency to torture terrorism suspects in secret prisons.
A Syrian refugee is hailed as a “hero” after handing in €150,000 which he found in a donated cupboard.
An analyst says leaving the European Union by the UK is not likely to alter the face of British and Western imperialism.
Beijing says an arbitration court hearing a territorial dispute between China and the Philippines has no jurisdiction.
Many prominent Republican Party war hawks are endorsing Hillary Clinton because she is the most war mongering of all the US presidential candidates, an analyst says.
Iranian Paralympian athlete Sajjad Pirayqorchaman receives a bronze medal at the third edition of World Deaf Athletics Championships in Bulgaria.
Iranian wushu practitioners have managed to collect 38 medals at the ninth edition of International Wushu Tournament in Georgia.
Iranian wheelchair basketballers beat the Netherlands at the Garanti Wheelchair Basketball Cup in Turkey.
The aftershocks of UK's vote to quit the European Union continue. Now Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is in the crisis zone as he faces growing calls to step down.
This edition of The Debate discusses the recent deadly attacks in Istanbul.
Watch a report on the extent to which both sides of the Iranian nuclear deal have actually managed to fulfill their own set of obligations.
Africa Today marks the 40-year anniversary of the June 1976 Soweto uprising, where hundreds of young people protested against the apartheid government and their impositions
This episode of The Debate is about the repercussions of Britain's exit vote from the European Union..
Months of intense campaigning between the supporters and opponents of Britain’s exit from the European Union has come to an end with the Leave camp emerging victorious.