The European Parliament has approved a deal with member states on the proposed European Defense Fund in the final meeting of the Parliament’s current term.
Six years have passed since the Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro came to power in the Latin American country.
Automakers from around the world are showcasing their latest concept cars at an exhibition in the Chinese city of Shanghai.
An analyst says Google blocks any information that contradicts the viewpoint of the US establishment.
Algerians have taken to the streets for a ninth successive Friday to demand a complete political overhaul.
Palestinians continue to attend weekly rallies against the Israeli regime in the east of the Gaza Strip.
India announced high value currency note ban with the aim of curbing tax evasion and promoting digital transaction.
The European Parliament has condemned the interference in Libya by Western powers, particularly Britain and France and the United States.
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Police officers gather to express dismay as suicides among their ranks took the toll to 28.
An academic says US government is behind Google’s decision to block Press TV and Hispan TV's accounts and that Washington seeks to prevent the voice of alternative media from being heard.
Protesters gathered outside the White House Thursday.
The newly-discovered, 3,500-year-old tomb of an ancient Egyptian soldier was unveiled in Luxor, marking World Heritage Day.
International lawyer Barry Grossman says the act of shutting down Press TV’s Google account is nothing but a direct threat from the United States to the freedom of speech.
Climate-change protesters gathered outside the headquarters of BBC as part of protests seeking to demand more action to tackle global warming.
A former US diplomat says Israel, not Russia, is the "prime mover" behind US elections and any interference therein.
Over 36 million Spaniards are called to vote in an early general election on April 28.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister has sacked the country’s finance minister over his failure to tackle the worsening economic situation.
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticized western media coverage of the country’s economy.
A new de-classified CIA documents shows that British, West German and French intelligence agencies sought advice from South America’s 1970s dictatorships on how to combat leftwing subversion.
Indian ruled Kashmir has shut down as the second phase of India’s parliamentary elections kicks off.
The chances of success in negotiations between NK and the US took a blow after DPRK weapons test.
Despite the resignation of President Bouteflika, Algerians do not seem satisfied yet as they continue holding protests.
Right in the heart of the desert in Central Iran, the city of Yazd is home to some astonishing gardens including, Dowlat Abad garden.
The UN Security council has condemned Taliban’s spring offensive saying such behavior will only add to the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan.
Police have arrested dozens of children of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria keeping them in custody for over two days.
Pakistan’s Hazara Shia Muslims have demanded that the government provide better security in the wake of a terrorist attack that killed two dozen people in the city of Quetta last week.
US sanctions against Iran, a country of 80 million people, have hampered efforts by its tech businesses to join the global trends.
Lebanese and Palestinian clerics and representatives of resistance groups have expressed their support for Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has made a one-day visit to the neighboring Turkey for talks.
A London-based campaign group has condemned a mass trial in Bahrain that has resulted in the largest single incident of citizenship being revoked since 2012
Security in Indian-controlled Kashmir has been beefed up in the wake of India’s marathon general elections.
Since Monday hundreds of people have been protesting in the UK demanding the British government declare a climate and ecological emergency.
China’s National Bureau of Statistics has released much anticipated data on national economic performance for the first three months of the year.
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Moscow has hosted the 5th Ministerial Session of the Russian-Arab Cooperation Forum.
France’s world-famous Notre Dame Cathedral has been devastated by fire, causing sorrow around the globe.
An activist says the war on Yemen serves US imperial interests in the Middle East and that Washington is making a fortune out of it by selling its military equipment to Saudi Arabia.
Lebanese have marked 44 years since the start of the Lebanese Civil War which claimed lives of an estimated 150,000 people.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has made a one-day visit to Syria for talks with Syrian high-ranking officials on mutual and regional issues.
The first shipment of humanitarian aid from the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement arrived in Venezuela via the Simon Bolivar International Airport on Tuesday.
The Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting has launched three brand new news channels.
EU legislators criticize the six month delay to Brexit, claiming the move only serves to generate greater economic and political uncertainty.
Iran’s southwestern areas are grappling with massive flooding triggered by unprecedented downpours.
A former US diplomat says the Saudi war on Yemen will not stop until the Western countries halt their arms sales to the kingdom.
India elections serve as a referendum on the status of Hindu nationalism in Indian politics.
Over 2 million Muslims live in the UK. Their presence has created specific food and clothes markets, among other things.
Public outcry has continued to pour in from across the European continent over the arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
China has strongly criticized the US after its secretary of state attacked Beijing and Moscow over their support for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Officials in Baghdad say there is huge planning to increase economic cooperation with Tehran.
While the UN-backed Libyan government warns that some 800,000 refugees are in the pipeline to reach Europe from Libya, meetings between international actors and Libya's primary political factions continue.
Locals were overheard singing hymns outside the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris as firefighters continued battling the flames there into Tuesday morning.
As temperatures across China continue to rise, spring flowers in full blossom are captivating visitors with their multi-hued petals and sweet scents.
The plucky and the unlucky tried to wolf down as many Carolina Reaper peppers - the spiciest in the world - as they could in a minute at a food-eating contest in New York on Sunday.
A political analyst believes an open UN Security Council meeting needs to be held to address Washington’s recourse to “economic terrorism” against world nations.
Iraqi security forces continue military operations across the country to wipe out the remnant of Takfiri terrorists.
The Stratolaunch, the world's largest aircraft by wingspan, completed its successful first flight over the Mojave Desert, California, on Saturday.
An American bomb weighing 250 kg, which had been dropped during World War II, was detonated by specialists in the River Main, Germany.
The grave was discovered in early April in the Saqqara burial site in Giza Governorate.
Lake Urmia has made a comeback after preservation efforts and heavy rains in 2019.
Two children have been killed and more than a dozen people injured after powerful storms spawned tornadoes across the southern US Saturday.
Toy production company, LEGO, has set a world record with a huge display made up of Star Wars mini-figures.
Russia released drone footage on Saturday showing the burnt-out remains of a building where two suspected Daesh terrorists were killed the night before.
People in Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region has denounced the US move to blacklist Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps as a terrorist organization.
Next week the focus of the Yellow Vests will return to Paris for the first time since March 16th, when major civil disobedience occurred.
Several thousand people took to the streets of Belgrade on Saturday in an ongoing protest against Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and his government.
An opera has opened in Hong Kong about Donald Trump and his fictional twin brother who lives in China.
France's 'yellow vests' are back in the street, hoping to make a comeback after participation dropped to its lowest level since the start of the movement last weekend.
Political commentator believes the way the US and the UK treat Assange’s case is a test to show how they respect the freedom of press.
A political expert believes that certain Western powers seek to destabilize the protest-hit Algeria in order to pursue their own goals.
Thousands of Pakistanis paid tribute to the 50 victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks last month in New Zealand.
Yemenis have rallied across the war torn country in condemnation of Saudi ban on fuel imports.
Israeli forces have killed a Palestinian teenager during fresh anti-occupation rallies in the besieged Gaza Strip.
Political commentator Lawrence Freeman says Sudanese protesters won’t give up until they see changes in their life.
France has blocked an EU draft resolution calling on Libyan warlord General Khalifa Haftar to halt his forces' offensive on Tripoli.
The US continues with its pressure campaign against Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah.
US President Donald Trump has handed a setback to his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in, indicating that the US will oppose the reopening of inter-Korean projects and maintain sanctions against North Korea.
People in Indian-controlled Kashmir have made donations to help the victims of the recent flooding in Iran.
The French government is under fire for continually giving low estimates of turnout for Yellow Vest demonstrations.
Thousands of Iranians have taken to the streets in Tehran to condemn the US designation of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps as a terrorist organization.
A team of European scientists is planning to go on an expedition to find the oldest ice on Earth, to better understand climate change.
Political commentator says Egypt’s reported ditching of the so-called Arab NATO indicates its doubts about the future of the Trump administration.
France and Italy continue to wrangle over how best to tackle renewed conflict in Libya.
Julian Assange, co-founder of WikiLeaks has been arrested by British police after Ecuador’s decision to expel him from its embassy.
A political expert believes the American and Israeli officials are irritated by victories that the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) have gained in the Middle East.
Thousands of pensioners in France have held protests across the country against government’s economic policies.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has called on the country to bolster self-reliance.
Anger is brewing up in Indian-controlled Kashmir against the government’s order banning the civilian traffic on the Kashmir highway.
An international rights group has released an annual report in Beirut on the deteriorating situation of Palestinians imprisoned in Israeli jails.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has secured victory in a closely-fought general election.
In Indian-controlled Kashmir a shutdown has been observed as the disputed region casts vote in the first phase of India's lower house elections.