Ayatollah Khamenei says the United States is complicit in the crimes being perpetrated by the Saudi regime in Yemen.
Amid ongoing peace talks in Sweden, the United Nations proposes that the embattled Yemeni port city be ruled by an interim ‘joint committee or independent entity.’
The US president admits that supporting Saudi Arabia means standing by the crown prince.
The US president has referred to Israel's wall as an example to justify building a wall along the border with Mexico in a heated row with top Democrats at the Oval Office.
The US military says it has established “observation posts” in northern Syria with the declared aim of preventing clashes between Turkish forces and US-backed Kurdish militants, despite Ankara’s opposition to the plan.
A court in Canada has granted bail to a senior executive of China-based Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, 10 days after she was detained in Vancouver on a US arrest warrant.
The British prime minister has vowed to fight a challenge to her leadership as Tory MPs are seeking to oust her.
Time magazine names slain Saudi dissident journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, as its “Person of the Year” for 2018.
At least four people have been killed and several others wounded in a shooting in the eastern French city of Strasbourg.
A Palestinian child, who was shot and critically injured during protests at the Gaza border with the occupied territories, has died of his wounds.
George H.W. Bush was a major destabilizer in the world whose foreign policy served the war industry, writes Myles Hoenig.
US President Donald Trump has warned that the people of America would revolt if he were impeached.
Reuters says China's CNPC has decided to continue investing in two major Iranian oilfields but suspend investment in the South Pars natural gas project under US pressure.
The US and European trade path to Iran has taken a curiously similar trajectory since Washington reimposed sanctions on Tehran in August.
Radical Israeli settler groups have called for the assassination of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
Steel and iron ore is a strategic industry for Iran whose developing economy heavily relies on construction.
A total of 15 performers have joined the international BDS movement to boycott Israel's Meteor Music Festival.
The US-sponsored draft resolution aimed at condemning Hamas at the United Nations General Assembly has failed to gain a majority vote.
A new Washington Post Report has revealed telling details about business ties between Saudi Arabia and US President Trump.
George H. W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States, died at the age of 94 and left a legacy filled with wars and failures.
The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran was adopted by a referendum in early December 1979 and went in to force replacing the pre-Revolution Constitution that had been adopted in 1906.
Interview with political commentator Mostafa Khoshcheshm
The arrival of two nuclear-equipped Russian planes in Venezuela has caused mixed reactions in the Latin American nation.
An academic says the US cannot force Iraq to stop importing Iranian gas and that for Baghdad, procuring its own energy needs will be more important than going along with US sanctions.
In an interview with Press Tv, political commentator David Yaghoubian talks about US sanctions on Iran’s oil and gas exports to Iraq.
During a traditional celebration in the capital of Guatemala, people throw balls of burning flammable material with foot or hand.
Over to the NBA, the Spurs have powered past the Phoenix Suns 111 to 86 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio.
In the national hockey league, the Blue Jackets have suffered a 3-2 loss against the Vancouver Canucks at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus.
FC Porto are through to the knockout stage of the UEFA Champions League after defeating Turkish club Galatasaray 3-2 in Istanbul.
Bundesliga table toppers Borussia Dortmund have advanced to the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League after defeating French club Monaco 2-nil.
New Year illuminations are seen at the Nevsky Prospect in Saint Petersburg, Russia, on December 12, 2018.
A selection of photos shot recently from around the world.
The Brexit nightmare is slowly reaching an ugly impasse, and the drama playing out on the screen could not be worse for the UK Prime Minister Theresa May.