The International Energy Agency (IEA) in its latest report said Iran was the world’s third largest producer of natural gas in 2016.
The US-led coalition has been wantonly violating the sovereignty of Syria all in the name of fighting terrorists that they themselves created, a political analyst says.
New official figures show the Israeli regime has put a total of 311 African refugees behind bars without trial in the past 15 month, the Haaretz daily said on Sunday.
The militants have targeted a military convoy of Danish NATO forces in Kabul, leaving several casualties.
Brexit Minister David Davis has dismissed a report that Britain was prepared to pay £40 million to the European Union as a divorce bill.
The exercises are part of annual events marking the former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein's invasion of Iran in 1980 which led to an eight-year war.
The national Iranian Greco-Roman wrestling team ranks third at the 32nd edition of the World Military Wrestling Championship.
Zarif was referring to Trump’s remarks before a meeting with the Qatrai emir in which he said they will discuss "the purchase of lots of beautiful military equipment."
Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel made the remarks to Russia Today Arabic, which the network published on Sunday.
Kenya’s chief prosecutor has ordered the country’s police and anti-corruption agency to investigate the election commission for alleged electoral offenses.
The Iranian men’s national snooker team claims the title at the 5th edition of Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games in Turkmenistan.
Jubeir voiced alarm over the Myanmar crisis during his address to the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
A spy satellite for the US National Reconnaissance Office has been launched from an Air Force base in California.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 18:00 GMT, September 23, 2017 to 08:00 GMT, September 24, 2017.
United Nations (UN) doctors based in makeshift clinics in Bangladesh have reported symptoms of rape and horrific sexual abuse on Rohingya Muslim women arriving from western Myanmar.
With a Kurdish delegation in Baghdad for talks with the Iraqi government, there are unconfirmed reports that Kurdish leaders have accepted to stay the plebiscite.
The Iranian men’s national 7-a-side football team finishes as the vice champion of the 2017 IFCPF CP Football World Championships.
Tens of thousands have fled the Indonesian resort island as fears grow that a rumbling volcano could erupt any moment.
A powerful quake rocks Oaxaca State, following two recent strong quakes that have killed as many as 400 people.
One person is in custody after a group of men sprayed "a noxious substance" at people near a shopping center in Stratford district in Britain's capital.
People in Germany are heading to the polls in national elections that are likely to see Angela Merkel winning a fourth term as chancellor.
Manama makes overtures to Tel Aviv in a bid to normalize ties with the Israeli regime in defiance of growing public discontent in the Persian Gulf country.
The US president responds to a speech by North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho , warning he and his boss "won't be around much longer."
A US military helicopter collides with a drone over New York City, where international diplomats have gathered for the United Nations annual General Assembly meeting.
The US president is called a "bum" by African American NBA star slamming his derogatory remarks.
US First Lady Melania Trump is the most popular member of the family of US President Donald Trump, a new poll shows.
US B-1B bombers fly off North Korea coast in a show of force as Pyongyang insists targeting US is "inevitable."
At least three Kurdish Peshmerga fighters are killed in a bomb blast in the Iraqi city of Kirkuk.
Vermont Democratic Senator Bernie Sanders has asserted that the US foreign policy towards Iran and Saudi Arabia is wrong, blaming Riyadh for promoting “extremely radical Wahhabi doctrine” worldwide.
Ankara says its response to an independence referendum in Iraq’s Kurdish region will have security, diplomatic, political and economic dimensions.
PressTV correspondent says North Koreans are very courageous and hardworking people and they are very proud of being able to defend their country despite the effect of sanctions on their economy.
A former US Senate foreign policy adviser says there’s a “real worry of a war between the United States and North Korea."
PressTV has sent a team of journalists to North Korea to survey the sentiment there regarding external threats.
Turkish parliament extends the country’s military presence in northern Syria and Iraq.
A British scholar says Theresa May’s government has no plans to handle the UK’s exit from the European Union.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 09:00 GMT to 17:00 GMT, September 23, 2017.
The Syrian foreign minister tells the UN General Assembly that his country will soon achieve victory against terrorists.
An analyst says the G-77’s support for the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 group countries serves as a moral, political and symbolic victory for the Islamic Republic.
Spain's central government and regional Catalan authorities have tussled over who controls the regional police force that is considered key to the success of a planned Oct. 1 independence vote for the northeastern region.
Director of a UK private refugee detention center resigns after footage revealed abuse of detainees.
An analyst says there is great risk in the upcoming Kurdish independence referendum primarily because it will further increase instability, fighting and warfare in the Middle East.
The Labour leader is certain that by giving a greater role to his grassroots supporters he will easily become the UK’s next prime minister.
Iranian weightlifter Sohrab Moradi has lifted 413 kilograms in total and created a new world record in the men's 94-kilogram weight class.
Iran’s Armed Forces vow a harsh response to any act of aggression against the country.
A new report says UN peacekeepers in Congo hold a record on rape and sexual abuse.
Syrian army forces and their allies have established control over several villages in the country’s eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
US President Donald Trump has said he is "going to handle” North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, calling him a “mad man" and "little rocket man."
International journalists call on the UN Human Rights Council to stop the ‘Muslim holocaust’ in Myanmar.
A US government watchdog says a fifteen-year old US mission to train Afghan forces has been a failure.
The US military's female veterans are taking their own lives at more than twice the rate of their civilian counterparts, according to a government study.
Iraqi army soldiers and their allies recapture 3 more villages from Daesh terrorists near Hawijah.
Iran seizes a fishing boat in the Persian Gulf for illegally entering the country’s territorial waters.
South Korean seismologists say a quake in the North near China's border was a natural tremor.
North Koreans have attended a mass rally against the United States government.
Asked by reporters in Vienna on Friday when he thought the long-heralded deliveries would finally begin, Novak said, "I hope, in the coming future.”
Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami says the Islamic Republic will seek permission from no country to bolster its defense power.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 18:00 GMT, September 22, 2017 to 08:00 GMT, September 23, 2017.
Supporters of the far-right French opposition hold a rally against the labor reforms by President Macron, who has seen a sharp decline in popularity ratings.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel gets heckled by protesters at her final campaign rally before polls open.
Iranian visually-challenged and –impaired chess players get three gold medals at the first edition of Asian Championship for Disabled in Kyrgyzstan.
A growing number of White House staffers are starting to look for other jobs to leave the administration of Republican President Donald Trump.
Iran’s Majlis (Parliament) Speaker Ali Larijani has denounced US President Donald Trump’s recent rant against the Islamic Republic at the UN.
Iran national under-16 football team beats Afghanistan for its third successive win at the 2018 AFC U-16 Championship qualification.
Turkey’s top security body says an independence referendum planned by Iraq’s Kurdistan region “directly” threatens Turkey’s national security.
A senior UN official cites refugees reaching Zambia as saying that DR Congo government forces of killing civilians in the Kasai region.
The UPU’s International Financial Services (IFS), an electronic network for money transfers plus applications to access it, will be officially launched in Iran by the end of the Persian month of Azar on December 21.
Iranian sportsmen and women grab 19 more medals at the ongoing 5th edition of Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games in Turkmenistan.
As the heatwave hits the earth, organizations active in health arena provide world public with six ways to stay cool without using air conditioners.
The Syrian foreign minister says the US is turning to the al-Nusra terrorists in Syria to hamper the Astana peace process for the Arab country.
President Hassan Rouhani strikes the bell marking the beginning of the new school year in the Islamic Republic.
Amnesty releases fresh satellite images that show the Myanmar military is still torching Muslim villages in Rohingya-majority Rakhine State.
China says it will limit energy supplies to North Korea and stop buying its textiles under UN sanctions against Pyongyang over its military program.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov calls the rhetoric between leaders of the United States and North Korea a "kindergarten fight between children."
One hundred and thirty four countries, under the banner of the Group of 77 at the United Nations, have voiced support for the Iran nuclear deal.
A political expert believes the Spanish government’s clampdown boosts the pro-independence camp in the autonomous Catalonia region.
The US government has notified election officials in 21 states that hackers carried out cyber attacks on their computer systems last year.
A senior Iranian official expresses the Islamic Republic’s support for Iraq’s territorial integrity and an Iraqi Kurdish vote for independence.
Thailand’s junta claims three officers paved the way for the ex-premier, who faced up to a decade behind bars, to escape the country.
The US president will unveil a plan that would ban or restrict visas for travel to the United States from about ten nations, officials say.
A former senior aide to ex-US President Barack Obama has rejected the narrative by current American administration officials that Iran is “violating the spirit” of a 2015 deal.
An American analyst says scrapping the Iran nuclear deal would further isolate the US.
American troops in South Korea have received mysterious “false” messages, asking them to evacuate the country.
Seven countries urge the UN Security Council to hold a meeting on the ongoing violence against Rohinyas in Myanmar.
Rights activists are suing St. Louis over police's treatment of protestors.
Iran successfully launches its new ballistic missile, Khorramshahr, which can carry multiple warheads.
The Russian foreign minister rejects reopening of negotiations on Iran’s nuclear agreement.
US Sen. John McCain has announced he does not support the latest GOP effort to dismantle Obamacare.
An analyst says Trump has "given over the real authority" to the generals in the Pentagon, the CIA and the neocons, who benefit from advocating a very belligerent stance against North Korea.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has laid out her plan for future ties between the EU and UK.
An activist says the cholera epidemic is a direct outgrowth of Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen and the destruction by Saudi fighter jets which are refueled by the US military.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom's headlines from 09:00 GMT to 17:00 GMT, September 22, 2017.