Russia warns the US against using "humanitarian aid" as a cover for arming Venezuela's opposition and launching military invasion against the country.
A senior Iranian official says Iran has devised new plans to counter US sanctions.
The Iranian Navy launches three cruise missiles on the second day of major drills, codenamed Velayat 97.
A senior US official says Washington will keep approximately 400 troops in Syria after the pullout, contradicting an earlier statement putting the number at 200.
The head of Britain's foreign spy agency MI6 has reportedly made a secret visit to Tel Aviv and exchanged views with Israeli intelligence officials on Iran's nuclear activities.
Bahraini Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifah sparks international ridicule by drawing a parallel between Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and the Great Wall of China.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country's weapons are unparalleled in the world and would likely stay ahead of their rivals for a long time.
India slams Pakistan as a “rogue state,” stressing that the country will exercise all options required to win a decisive battle against Islamabad following last week's terrorist attack in Kashmir.
US President Donald Trump says a reduction of American troops in South Korea is not "on the table" during his upcoming summit with North Korea leader Kim Jong-un.
Iran’s foreign minister says the country will definitely counter the US sanctions through the means it has.
The Asr-e-Iranian daily gets viewpoints of a number of Iranian lawmakers to shed light on the negative aspects of a European non-dollar trade mechanism apparently meant to protect ties with Iran against US bans.
The US military intervention in Syria to fight the Daesh terrorist group was a cover for removing the government of President Bashar al-Assad, an American analyst says.
2020 Democratic presidential contender Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts says “America has an ugly history of racism.”
Trump is trying to create imaginary victories to rationalize his failed policies in an effort to prevent any erosion to his base of reality TV and tabloid news addicts, says Dennis Etler.
Iranian patients are paying the price of US-imposed sanctions on Iran, when it comes to buying medicine in terms of availability and prices, CNN reports.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has warned that the United States would not share information with countries and allies that use systems made by China's Huawei.
A Norwegian Air Jet stranded in Iran because of US sanctions finally takes off.
Iran's IRGC has released footage of a US military aircraft bombing a hacked drone out of fear that it might end up in the hands of Iranian armed forces.
A US congressional report reveals that Washington is rushing to transfer sensitive nuclear power technology to Saudi Arabia.
Mohammed bin Salman was greeted by Indian PM Narendra Modi at the airport in New Delhi.
In the midst of deadly protests in Haiti, the country’s police have arrested at least 5 US citizens while in possession of heavy arms.
A blast in a factory in India's Bhadohi district has killed 10 people.
Mourners attended the funeral of Palestinian teenager Yousef Saeed Dayeh in Gaza City.
Some cities in southwest China are now offering the fabulous hot air balloon riding.
The Iranian Army's Navy has staged a massive military drill in a wide area in its southern maritime borders.
A political analyst believes the Sudanese people will not accept old school dictatorship imposed on the society by the government of President Omar al-Bashir.
Looking over the football updates from Italy, AC Milan have extended their winning streak to 3 games after beating Empoli 3-nil at San Siro.
Chelsea Football Club have been banned from 2 transfer windows by FIFA, after breaching rules, with regards to the signing of some international underage players.
In Russia, a tremendous contribution by Sardar Azmoun has led Zenit Saint Petersburg to cruise past Turkish club Fenerbahce with a 3-2 victory on aggregate.
Football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo returned to his former home of Madrid with Juventus to take on Atletico Madrid on Wednesday, where they ultimately lost 2-0.
Vietnamese workers conduct repair work at the Dong Dang railway station near the Chinese border at Dong Dang in Lang Son province on February 23, 2019 where North Korean leader Kim Jong Un expected to arrive by train ahead of the second Trump-Kim summit.
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The humanitarian aid has emerged as a key political battleground in the Venezuela crisis.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is viewed as the leader of opposition to Trumps policies.
Russian president warned that Russian weapons will be aimed at powers that have deployed missile systems that could target Russia.