The Syrian army has taken control of a series of strategic hilltops and towns in southern Syria.
The pro-Israel lobby in the UK is furious with Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party after it rejected its definition of anti-semitism which cracks down on criticism of Tel Aviv.
Israel passes a new law limiting Palestinians' Access to Israel’s High Court for petitions on their private lands grabbed by Israeli settlers.
Iran's water shortage is having a knock-on effect on power production.
Iran and Pakistan are making efforts to expand their military cooperation.
Calm has been restored in the majority of Iraq’s southern provinces following protests against corruption, poor services and unemployment.
A high court in Pakistan has turned down an appeal filed by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to suspend a 10-year jail term before the elections.
Iran has rejected the European Union’s so-called package of proposals for the future of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Iran’s deputy foreign minister visited Lebanon where he held talks with President Michel Aoun and a number of other high-ranking officials.
Dozens of ambulances rally in Gaza in a symbolic move to raise awareness about the disastrous situation in the beseigned enclave.
The Israeli Knesset has passed into law yet another controversial bill.
Iranian and European private sectors are engaged in talks over ways to expand trade ties following the US withdrawal from the JCPOA.
Activists from around the world are preparing to sail to Gaza by sea in an attempt to break Israel’s illegal blockade of the Gaza Strip.
A new survey says over two million people in the Middle East have voted US President Donald Trump as the worst and the most hated politician in the world.
The United Nations has held a high-level dialogue on sand and dust storms. The number of countries effected by such often man-made disasters are on the rise.
Palestinians have a solidarity event for a 15-year-old who had his leg amputated after being shot by Israeli snipers in Gaza last month.
The International Criminal Court says it has received several petitions based on killings and general insecurity in Nigeria including a massacre of hundreds of Muslims in 2015.
The Israeli Supreme Court is set to decide whether to hand over bodies of nine slain Palestinians to their families.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says she is not sure the Iran nuclear deal can be saved.
The Italian government has finally allowed all 450 migrants who arrived in Sicily over the weekend to disembark in the Sicilian port of Pozzallo.
During the 20th Summit between the European Union and China in Beijing, the two sides agreed to working to protect the world’s multilateral economic order.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has addresses his supporters during a ceremony marking the second anniversary of an attempted coup.
France have been crowned World Cup champions after beating Croatia 4-2 in the final match in Moscow.
Food items, home tools, shoes and household items – everything is made of flowers at a public exhibition in Kiev.
UN figures show that the number of civilian deaths in Afghanistan’s long-running conflict hit a record high of 1,692 fatalities in the first six months of 2018.
Children in the Gaza Strip have come together to condemn Israeli crimes against Palestinian kids.
France has announced a major increase in its military spending, as NATO is pushing its other members to follow suit.
Pakistan is in grip of violence ahead of general elections on July 25.
A new study has found that heart disease deaths in India have risen by 34 percent in the past 26 years.
Scottish cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh have been the scene of huge demonstrations against US President Donald Trump’s visit to Scotland.
Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam have been arrested upon returning home from London.
Uganda’s government has pledged to review a controversial social media and mobile money taxes, in the wake of a public outcry.
US President Donald Trump, who has arrived in Britain for a four-day visit, has been greeted with thousands of protesters.
People in several cities across Yemen staged rallies to slam the deadly campaign led by Saudi Arabia against their country.
One Palestinian boy has been killed and over 200 injured in another anti-Israeli rally in the Gaza Strip.
A senior advisor to Iran’s Leader says terrorists will re-emerge in Syria if Iran and Russia leave the country now.
12 years have passed since Israel’s 33-day war on Lebanon.
Indian-controlled Kashmir experienced a complete shutdown on the 87th anniversary of the massacre of 22 Muslims.
In Lebanon, efforts to form a new government remain in a state of deadlock as political parties continue to dispute over cabinet representation.
Iranians from all walks of life have rejected NATO’s claims about Tehran's missile program and its presence in Syria.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are grappling with frequent power cuts amid rising summer temperatures.
Earlier this month, the European Union leaders reached an agreement aimed at tackling the refugee crisis.
The leaders of Ukraine and Georgia have taken part in a summit of NATO member states in Brussels.
Pakistan’s former president Asif Ali Zardari is facing money-laundering charges.
The US has upped the stakes in its trade war with China by announcing more tariffs on imports from China.
Turkish lira dropped overnight on Thursday, some 25 percent against US dollar. Economists are urging tighter monetary policy to fight inflation.
The upper house of the Irish parliament Seanad has approved a landmark bill that would ban the import and purchase of goods and services from Israeli settlements.
Senior diplomats from the Chinese embassy in Belgium say that the Iran nuclear deal will be a key item on the agenda at a China-EU summit in Beijing next week.
Iran has hosted a business forum on the development of exports through the Caspian Sea.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun says Lebanon is working to delimit its borders with the occupied Palestinian territories.
Iraqi political parties and the Popular Mobilization Units have reacted to Ottawa’s announcement of a Canadian-led NATO mission in Iraq.
Workers of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East have held a demonstration in Gaza against the agency’s cuts to services.
Pakistani authorities have allowed a banned group to run for the country’s general elections.
United Nations says children in India continue to be affected by the incidents of violence between the armed groups and the government.
A NATO summit in Brussels has been overshadowed by US President Donald Trump’s demand that other member states contribute more to the alliance financially.
An official parliamentary delegation from Iran has arrived in Kiev for talks with Ukrainian lawmakers and government officials.
Pakistani journalists have staged a protest in the capital Islamabad against censorship.
It is the UK’s turn to host the fifth Western Balkans summit in London with PM Theresa May addressing leaders of the Berlin process.
Hundreds of thousands of Ugandans have marched through the central business district of Kampala.
A recent survey by Afghanistan's Independent Human Rights Commission shows a vast majority of women, working outside their homes, have endured sexual harassment.
Israeli Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is questioned once more over a corruption case.
US President Donald Trump nominates another political Conservative to America's highest court, pushing the Supreme Court to the Far Right.
A new report on global food markets by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has found that food imports are placing an increasing burden on the world's poorest countries.
Israel has seized a boat carrying wounded Palestinians from the Gaza Strip.
Israel has tightened its blockade on the Gaza Strip by shutting down the enclave’s main commercial crossing.
French President Emmanuel Macron says he’s determined to push ahead with a series economic reforms during his second year in office.
British Prime Minister, Theresa May, meets with her reshuffled cabinet.
Leading figures in the European Union react to the latest setbacks surrounding the Brexit process.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says getting North Korea to disarm will be a decades-long challenge.
Iran is facing drought due to lack of rainfall. As our correspondent reports, public universities and academic centers are now trying to innovate solutions to tackle part of the ongoing water issues.
Tehran has organized an exhibition on the best artworks of famous Iranian sculptor Master Parviz Tanavoli and his students.
Spain’s new Prime Minister Perdo Sanchez has met with Catalonia’s separatist leader Quim Torra in a bid to diffuse political tensions.
Electioneering is in full swing in Pakistan ahead of national polls later this month.
Ukraine and the US have launched joint war games in the Black sea regions of the Easter European country.
At a summit in Brussels the EU and Ukraine agree deeper economic integration through trade but experts warn ignoring Russia's legitimate regional interests is a mistake.
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has taken the oath of office for a new term.
A young Palestinian paramedic has successfully assembled a number of tourniquets, a device which is used to control bleeding.
Britain's Brexit and foreign secretaries have stepped down dealing a new blow to the government of Prime Minister Theresa May.
Violent protests and clashes with police continue in the western French city of Nantes. The protests were sparked by the police killing of a young man earlier this week.
A severe drought is tightening its grip on farmers across Iraq. Soaring temperatures and a chronic water shortage have left devastating impacts on the country’s rice production.
Uganda hosts peace talks between South Sudan’s warring sides.
Indian controlled Kashmir is observing yet another shutdown to commemorate the second death anniversary of a top pro-independence commander.
The Syrian army has taken full control of the main border crossing between Syria and Jordan in the south.
Palestinian Commission of Prisoners’ affairs announced that prisoners held under administrative detention in Israel's Ofer Prison are refusing to eat as they kick start a campaign of hunger strike.
Mayhem engulfs Indian controlled-Kashmir after the Indian army killed 3 young people during protests in the south of the region.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have laid to rest another victim of Israel’s aggression, who was shot right in his death by Israeli snipers on Friday.
The Taliban have rejected calls for peace talks with the Afghan government; says as long as foreign troops are stationed on Afghan soil, they will not join such negotiations.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited North Korea Friday and Saturday to “flesh out” Pyongyang’s denuclearization.
The Italian city of Florence hosts a film festival on migration and human trafficking.
Palestinians in the beseiged Gaza Strip have participated in another anti-occupation rally.
A Pakistani court has found former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, guilty of corruption and handed him a 10-year prison sentence.