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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A meeting of the Islamic, Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization is being held in Shiraz.
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.
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.
The United Nations says the number of migrants from Venezuela has now reached three million.
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.
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.
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.
Russia is hosting Afghanistan peace conference aimed at restoring peace to the war-torn country.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have staged anti-occupation rallies for the thirty-third Friday in a row.
Officials in Brussels attempt to fully understand the implications of US sanctions imposed against the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The UN says more than two-hundred mass graves have been discovered in territories previously controlled by Daesh in Iraq.
After granting a waiver to India to continue oil imports from Iran, the United States has also granted a waiver from sanctions for New Delhi’s role in the Chabahar port.
Pakistan's foreign minister says the country doesn't plan to send troops to Yemen in support of Saudi Arabia.
People in eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region are set to hold elections on November 11 to choose the region’s parliament and a new leader.
A joint probe by Uganda and the UN has found that there are over 300,000 ghost refugees in the country.
The European Union has issued a set of economic sanctions against crisis-hit Venezuela, citing misconduct President Nicolas Maduro's Administration.
Unlike earlier expectations, the world’s tallest statute in India has failed so far to contribute to national unity in the Asian country.
The Italian senate has passed a decree which introduces tough measures against migrants including making it easier to deport asylum seekers.
Israeli authorities in occupied al-Quds have approved the construction of over 600 new settlement units on Palestinian lands.
Thousands of people in the Indian-controlled Kashmir have marked the passing anniversary of Islam’s holy Prophet Muhammad
A Nigerian court has denied bail to leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky.
Lebanese officials say thousands of Syrian refugees have returned to their homeland from Lebanon since July.
The main goal of the United States’ new round of sanctions against the country is to pressure and harass the nation through banking restrictions.
European powers have issued a joint statement expressing regret at the US decision to impose new sanctions against Iran.
The Israeli Prime Minister has approved the advancement of a bill which allows death penalty to be used against those convicted of Quote terrorist activity.
The Lebanese capital Beirut has hosted a conference on prospects for expansion of Arab-Iranian ties.
The number of victims of extreme weather in Italy over the past ten days has hit 32.
Iranian lawmakers have condemned the US government for re-instating unilateral sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Heads of catholic churches of Jerusalem Alquds have said in a letter to the Tel Aviv regime that the newly-passed Jewish Nation State bill contradicts the humanist strands.
Iran’s armed forces have launched air defense drills dubbed “Velayat”.
Iraqi officials say they are concerned about the re-imposed US sanctions against Iran.
Israel's right-wing Jewish Home party has presented a bill to forcibly relocate the families of Palestinian attackers and would-be attackers in the West Bank as a new means of punishment.
People in the Gaza Strip have launched a new flotilla against Israel’s illegal siege on the impoverished enclave.
Muslim authorities say the number of the people killed by Nigerian security forces during Arbaeen ceremonies last week has risen to 47.
Yemen’s armed forces have repelled another Saudi attack aimed at seizing the port city of Hudaydah.
Washington’s new anti-Iran sanctions have been a cause of concern among traders in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region.
Israeli Prime Minister congratulates US President Donald Trump for re-imposing nuclear sanctions on Iran.
India and Iran are finalizing details of a mechanism which will allow New Delhi to pay for Iranian oil in rupees.
Iranians from all walks of life have taken to the streets nationwide to commemorate the national day against world arrogance.
The United States has imposed fresh economic sanctions against the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Russia strongly condemns the United States for re-imposing sanctions on Iran, which were lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal.
Iran has launched the production line for its first indigenously-built interceptor Jet called Kowsar.
Statistics show Iraq is much safer now following the territorial defeat of terrorist groups, including Daesh in the country.
Four UN agencies responsible for supporting countries in Asia and the Pacific have published a joint report that sounds the alarm on hunger and malnutrition in the region.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has met with the heads of four Balkan countries in Bulgaria in an attempt to further his policy of forging sub-alliances inside the European Union.
The 9th International Halal Exhibition has kicked off in the Russian capital Moscow.
Fresh anti-occupation rallies have been held in the besieged Gaza Strip. Palestinians came together on another Friday to demand the right of return to their homeland.
Israeli forces have broken into a Palestinian cultural center in the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds and arrested several people including the al-Quds governor.
Palestinian refugees in Lebanon take to the streets to protest Balfour Declaration, the document that led to Israel’s creation and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The US administration has said that it’s time to put an end to the war in Yemen and called for negotiations to start within 30 days.
While all the world is now calling on Saudi Arabia to explain the murder of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Spain continues discussing arms sales to Saudi Arabia.