Syrian forces, backed by Russian airpower, foil an attempt by the terrorists to re-enter the ancient city.
Twin bomb attacks rip through the Turkish city, killing 38 people and wounding 155 others.
The explosion occurred when explosives on a vehicle were detonated by its driver at the Somali capital’s busy sea port.
Hundreds of worshipers were inside the church for a service when the iron roof caved in.
The three-day maneuvers are aimed at boosting the combat readiness of various units of the Iranian Army’s Ground Forces.
The National Salvation Government secures a vote of confidence from the parliament.
Divisions surface between FBI and CIA over possible meddling by Russia in the US presidential election.
US President-elect Donald Trump is considering Russia-friendly CEO of Exxon Mobil, Rex Tillerson, for the secretary of state, a report says.
The Gambian ruler’s refusal to accept presidential election results draws international criticism.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry summons the British envoy to Tehran over Prime Minister Theresa May’s meddlesome remarks.
‘Friends of Syria’ intend to apply Libya's scenario to Syria in a bid to plunge the country into a Takfiri chaos, a political analyst says.
A Serbian student makes elaborate cakes and cookies with images from some of the great masters, like Van Gough, Modigliani or Schiele, painted on them.
Extraordinary footage captured by Russian traffic cameras in Sochi, shows a car parking perfectly in a space on its own after ejecting its driver from his seat.
Arsenal beat Stoke City 3-1 at Emirates Stadium.
Oil producers outside the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC agree to cut output by nearly 560,000 barrels a day.
New protests have been held in Los Angeles against a controversial oil pipeline project in North Dakota.
Kyrgyz citizens will be deciding for or against the introduction of over 20 amendments to the constitution.
Four parties are contending in Sunday's election amid hopes for a fateful result that would end the country's prolonged political crisis.
The elections are likely to hand power back to the leftist Social Democrats.
The Pentagon is drawing up proposals to offer to Donald Trump to intensify the military campaign in Iraq and Syria, officials say.
Russia’s Energy Minister Alexander Novak will arrive in Tehran on Monday to discuss expansion of economic relations particularly cooperation in the area of energy.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is expected to clinch a deal with non-OPEC producers to reduce oil output.
French squash player Auguste Dussourd has been named the champion of the first edition of the International Navy Martyrs Memorial Squash Tournament in Tehran.
Iranian wrestling club Sina Sanat Izeh has ranked first at the third edition of the Greco-Roman Club World Cup in Hungary.
While attempting to fend off criticism of her visit to Manama, Theresa May, the British prime minister, candidly clarified Britain’s position.
Tens of thousands of workers have rallied in Seoul and cities across South Korea to demand the immediate resignation of President Park Geun-hye.
This episode of The Debate discusses the impacts of the liberation of Syria's Aleppo.
Fidel Castro passed away at the age of 90, leaving behind and island nation that had just opened up to the US.
Allah says in the Holy Qur’an: “And hold fast by the covenant of Allah all together and be not disunited.”
This episode of The Debate discusses the Syrian army's advances in Aleppo.