Official figures show that the US air force has dropped over 5200 bombs in Afghanistan to hit terrorists, but facts on the ground show hundreds of Afghan civilians have also been killed in such air raids.
Saudi Arabia claims it has called on its forces to halt their offensive in the port city of Hudaydah.
The EU calls an emergency leaders' summit to ratify a highly controversial draft Brexit agreement.
South Korea continues to push forward with peace initiatives with North Korea by demolishing guard posts in the demilitarized zone separating the two countries.
With winter approaching and Parisian nights getting longer, giant animal-shaped lanterns are lighting up the city's Jardin des Plantes.
Sri Lanka's parliament descended into chaos on Thursday with MPs swinging punches and throwing projectiles a day after legislators voted the "purported" prime minister out of office.
South Korea has started dismantling guard posts in the Demilitarised Zone separating the two Koreas amid push to defuse tensions.
A hotel development sunk into a disused quarry in China opened its doors Thursday to deep-pocketed clientele.
The dormant, isolated town of Soufli has been a key centre for silk production since the 19th century.
The main reason behind the cessation of hostilities in Hudaydah is that Saudi-led forces are not willing to continue the battle, a political analyst says.
An analyst says Theresa May is sabotaging her own premiership by trying to force through the draft Brexit deal which paves the way for extension of the transition to an unspecified date.
The United Nations urges the EU to provide additional support for 2.9 people in need of humanitarian assistance in Central African Republic.
India is set to surpass China as the world most populous nation in a few years’ time, however it is still grappling with unemployment and creation of job for millions of young Indians.
The Tunisian prime minister has won parliament’s confidence following a fierce debate.
The Ukrainian government is expected to allow Muslims to wear hijab on their passport photos.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta arrived at a US District Court in Washington on Wednesday as CNN filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration.
Greek civil servants have taken to the streets of the capital Athens. This is the first mass anti-austerity protest since the country officially exited the third and final bailout program three months ago.
Israeli Minister of Military Affairs Avigdor Lieberman has announced his resignation following division with the regime’s prime minister over the Gaza ceasefire deal.
Italy's government has confirmed it won't back down in its row with the European Commission.
Palestinians held a funeral ceremony for a 23-year-old fisherman who was killed by Israeli fire in Gaza Strip.
Here is a brief look at Press TV Newsroom's headlines from 0900 GMT to 1700 GMT, November 14, 2018.
The position of the United Nations security council has angered the Palestinians that it failed to issue at least a statement addressing the situation in Gaza.
Hundreds celebrated the resignation of Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman in the streets of Gaza City.
The spokesperson of yemen Armed Forces stressed that over three thousand Saudi-backed mercenaries have been killed and injured after their supply lines have been cut off from southern areas.
The 13th edition of Iran International Auto Parts Exhibition is underway in Tehran.
Iran’s western city of Hamedan is hosting the 40th UN World Tourism Organization seminar to address the role of innovation and technology in the development of cultural tourism.
Afghanistan’s High Peace Council says, it is optimistic on peace negotiations with the Taliban militant groups due to various issues.
Washington's sanction policy can be translated into its weakness in dealing with the Islamic Republic.
Political columnist David William Pear says the US government’s attitude towards minority groups is the main reason for the rise of hate crimes in America.
A new report from the European Court of Auditors says improvements are needed to ensure value for money with respect to EU taxpayers' funding in Turkey.
Pakistan releases two key Taliban leaders upon Afghanistan request as part of efforts to facilitate the Afghan peace talks.
The summit on Libya brought together the war-torn country's rival political groups for the first time in five months in Palermo.
Prime Minister-Designate Sa’ad al-Hariri accuses the resistance movement Hezbollah of deciding to obstruct the formation of the government.
The 35th edition of Tehran International Short Film Festival has come to an end.
Political analyst Paul Larudee believes that Israel is not committed to any truce with Palestinians.
New Delhi is in talks with Washington to receive a waiver from US sanctions against Russia.
Winters are almost very harsh in Kashmir. People in this region highly depend on traditional ways of keeping warm.
The 76th "Made in Syria Festival" is held in the Syrian capital Damascus with dozens of local Syrian industrial institutions attending the event.
Female members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria have staged a peaceful protest over the recent killing of the movement’s supporters in Abuja.
Israeli officials remain in permanent session in the wake of Israeli assault against Gaza strip and retaliatory operations by Palestinian resistance forces.
People in the besieged Gaza Strip hold a funeral for one of the victims of recent Israeli offensive.
Researcher from 15 Muslim countries have attended a competition in Tehran’s Amirkabir University to offer solutions to social problems.
audi Arabia continues to pound Yemen’s port city of Hudaydah despite international outcries.
Palestinian officials say Israel is fully responsible for the escalation of tensions in the besieged Gaza Strip.
A political expert says Saudi Arabia will never be able to assassinate Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani because Iranian counter-intelligence is “impeccable.”
Hundreds of people from different nationalities, including children, have been evicted from an ex-hotel in Rome where they were squatting.
Islamophobia and racism is on the rise in the UK. Muslims are targeted more than ever and one of the organizations that supports Muslims is the Islamic Human Rights Commission.
US President Donald Trump must be blamed for the current turbulent conditions in the global oil market, a political analyst says.
The Palestinian Hamas resistance movement has released a video of a retaliatory guided-missile strike against an Israeli military bus.
Stan Lee, who dreamed up Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Hulk and a cavalcade of other Marvel Comics superheroes, died at the age of 95.
In southern California, the Woolsey Fire has burned more than 91,000 acres (36,826 hectares) and was 20 percent contained, with 370 structures destroyed, officials say.
Political commentator Roozbeh Aliabadi told Press TV earlier that the US secretary of state’s threats of starvation have no place in international relations.
Two main parties in Iraq’s Kurdistan region are yet to agree on the formula to form the new government one month after the parliamentary elections.
Palestinians marched in a funeral procession on Monday (November 12) for Palestinians killed in a flare-up in violence in Gaza.
A team of 400 people worked in rotating one-hour shifts to achieve the dual under the close supervision of an official Guinness World Records adjudicator.
An activist says the West has not taken any real steps to pressure Saudi Arabia to put an end to its war on Yemen.
French NGO Action Against Hunger displayed two pairs of gold-colored knives and forks made from bullet casings in front of Paris' Eiffel Tower.
The European Union is making the process of leaving the bloc painful for the UK in order to deter such departures in the future, a political analyst says.
A meeting of the Islamic, Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization is being held in Shiraz.
Former manager of UNHCR Yemen Refugee Health Project Judith Brown says the assault on Hudaydah has worsened famine and speeded up the spread of diseases like cholera.
The Syrian army has freed some 20 civilians who were kidnapped by Daesh terrorists in Suwayda Province.
Saudi Arabia’s offensive to seize Yemen’s western port city of Hudaydah is in full swing.
Political commentator Tun Khin believes the repatriation of Rohingya Muslims is being done without the full consent of the minority group.
Thousands are marching through the streets of Paris to protest against US President Trump as he visits the city to mark 100 years since the end of World War I.
On the occasion of Korean Culture Week, the Iran-Korea Friendship Association has collaborated with the Korean embassy to hold a festival.
Iranian publishers target an international audience at Vienna’s International Book Fair.
Ukraine has been criticized for a lack of progress in its fight against corruption.
The leader of Lebanon’s resistance movement Hezbollah strongly condemns some Arab countries’ attempts to normalize ties with Israel, calling them hypocrite states.
A commentator says Western leaders have no interest in establishing peace around the world despite what they claim.
The United Nations says the number of migrants from Venezuela has now reached three million.
Political analyst Riaz Karim says the situation in the UK is very volatile because Prime Minister Theresa May is facing an all-out war inside the government.
Political commentator Ali Rizk says the Arab countries’ move to normalize ties with Israel has faced a firestorm of rebukes.
The third international conference to honor resistance martyrs and forces in exile was held in the Iranian city of Damghan.
The 45th Baghdad International Fair has kicked off in the Iraqi capital.
The US secretary of state’s anti-Iran statement shows Washington’s cruelty toward the Iranian people, a political commentator tells Press TV.
Political commentator, Ali Rizk, says the Arab countries’ move to normalize ties with Israel has faced a firestorm of rebukes.
Four British ministers who back remaining in the European Union are on the verge of quitting Theresa May's government over Brexit, the Sunday Times reported, as pressures built on the prime minister from all sides.
Police in Barcelona have briefly clashed with Catalan separatists who are protesting a rally by Spain's national police forces in the Mediterranean city.
Archaeologists in Egypt discover a rare collection of mummified scarab beetles, as well as an apparently pristine Fifth Dynasty tomb.
The US Border Patrol performs a drill at the border with Mexico, ahead of the arrival of the migrant caravan that started in Central America.
An academic says fresh US sanctions on Iran are part of a wider policy to destabilize the entire Middle East.
As Washington claims it is after launching UN-led political talks to end the ongoing war in Yemen, Saudi Arabia has escalated its military campaign against the port city of Hudaydah.
World War One is considered the second deadliest conflict in the history of the world.
Saudis seek to capture the Yemeni port city of Hudaydah to gain a strong position in any forthcoming political negotiations because they feel their position is weak.
The threat US president Donald Trump poses to European Union trade is assessed by EU foreign ministers at a meeting in Brussels.
The European Union needs to take urgent action to save the Iran nuclear deal, otherwise there will be unpredictable and dangerous regional consequences.
The discovery of dinosaur tracks and fossils has turned the ancient town of Torotoro in Bolivia into a real life Jurassic park.
A lawyer believes the US military officials and neo-con are trying to demonize China and Russia in order to justify extortion of money from American taxpayers.
Ian Rintoul with the Refugee Action Coalition says US President Donald Trump is trying to separate members of migrants’ families.
Political commentator Colin Cavell believes the Saudi blockade on Yemen is maintained with the support of the US to starve the people of Yemen into submission.
Russia is hosting Afghanistan peace conference aimed at restoring peace to the war-torn country.