Top Saudi intelligence officials, close to Saudi Crown Prince, had a series of meetings last year with a group of businessmen to discuss the assassination of some Iranian enemies of the kingdom, the New York Times reported.
The United States and the Saudi-led coalition have agreed to end refueling missions when it comes to the war in Yemen.
A study by Brown University in the US has revealed shocking details about the human costs of so-called US wars on terror.
US President Donald Trump forced out another top cabinet member this week. He removed Jeff Sessions from the post of attorney general and replaced him by a more devoted ally for now.
Pressure against Saudi Arabia over the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi has found new dimensions.
Tehran has vowed to skirt US sanctions and keep exporting oil.
Bahrains Appeal Court on Sunday overturned the acquittal of opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman and sentenced him to life in prison.
Every year, Iranians take to the streets on November the fourth to mark the anniversary of the takeover of the US Embassy in Tehran in 1979.
In a revealing tweet, Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Israeli spy agency is stubbornly trying to hurt Iran's ties with the rest of the world.
Russia on Thursday imposed a series of financial sanctions on hundreds of Ukrainian political elite.
The United States has called for a swift end to the war in Yemen.
Nigeria steps up crackdown on Muslims The plight of Muslims living in Nigeria has once again come into the spotlight.
Merkel announces surprise resignation from political life German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a surprise announcement on Monday that she would soon move away from political life.
Brazils far right lawmaker Jair Bolsonaro won Brazil's presidential election on Sunday over a platform of populist promises.
This week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Oman. It was the first visit by an Israeli prime minister to Oman in 22 years and the two don't have diplomatic ties.
Since March 30th this year, Palestinians have held weekly protests on Fridays for their forgotten rights: The right to return to their stolen lands and an end to Israel's years-long siege.
US media have a new focus; explosive devices sent this week to top critics of US president Donald Trump.
Thousands of central American migrants are enduring extremely harsh conditions in their attempt to reach the United States.
Mysteries still surround the slaying of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul.
Following a worldwide uproar, Saudi Arabia eventually came clean on Sunday and admitted the murder of Jamal Khashoggi inside its Istanbul consulate.
US President Donald Trump has said that he intends to withdraw from an old nuclear weapons agreement with Russia.
The Turkish media published images of an alleged 15-member Saudi "assassination squad" which Riyadh conveniently called ordinary tourists.
A recent US media report has revealed that the United Arab Emirates hired US hit men to kill political figures in Yemen.
Unrelenting on its anti-Iran path, the United States is proving openly hostile against the Iranian people.
Donald Trump has always been eager to take credit for anything that he sees as good news even if it does not involve him or his administration.
North Korea in a surprise declaration on Tuesday accused US President Donald Trump of trying to block progress in inter-Korea relations.
More details are emerging in the missing journalist's case. The US president Donald Trump has said that rogue killers may be responsible for the murder.
US starts direct peace talks with Taliban The United States has reportedly held direct talks with the Taliban militants in search for ways to bring stability to Afghanistan.
Nikki Haley says she wears body armor at the United Nations. At the highest level of international diplomacy, she has certainly been a flag bearer for President Donald Trumps erratic foreign policy.
Within weeks, the United States will impose a second wave of sanctions against Iran that will primarily target the country's oil exports.
Chinese Foreign Minister and his American counterpart aired their grievances on Monday amid souring relations.
Curious case of Saudi dissident Mysteries still surround the case of the missing dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The US invasion of Afghanistan: the longest war in US history is one of the costliest and deadliest conflicts the United States has ever fought.
Tensions are rising between Russia and the West.
Erik Prince has launched a forceful campaign to privatize Americas longest war. He says the war in Afghanistan should be handled by military contractors and a private air force.
The International Criminal Court (ICJ) has ordered the United States to lift sanctions that it says will hurt ordinary Iranians.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Tuesday clashed with Israel after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on the agency to investigate what he described as a clandestine Iranian nuclear site.
The United States and Canada reached a last-minute deal to replace NAFTA with a new trade agreement.
Trump wants Saudis to buy more arms US President Donald Trump says he wants Saudi Arabia to buy more weapons from American suppliers.
Christine Blasey Ford, the first woman who accused President Donald Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault testified before the committee and describe how she had been abused in 1982.
Its described as open and blatant call for regime change: US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley has joined a group of Venezuelan protesters to call on Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro, to step down.
US President Donald Trumps plan for the Israelis and the Palestinians is in the pipeline and will be unveiled in the coming months.
With a domestic crisis mounting back home, a trip to the UN offers a welcome break for the US president.
British Prime Minister Theresa May comes under renewed pressure from opposition Labour Party over her Brexit plan known as the Chequers deal.
Thousands of people, including government officials, took part in the funeral procession.
Russian defense superiority at heart of US-China tensions Tensions between the United States and China appear to be spiraling out of control.
BRICS consists of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. The threat of the US trade policies to the world economy topped the agenda of the meeting.
This part is about the rise of tensions between the US and Iran. It discusses harsh verbal exchanges between the two sides that signal a confrontation. But Iran is not going to buckle under pressure.
From killing defenseless Gazans on a daily basis, to the reckless expansion of illegal settlements, Israels violation of international law is becoming the norm in occupied Palestinian territories.
The United Arab Emirates is a small Persian Gulf State but its a rising power in the region.
The meeting between EU leaders at the Austrian city of Salzburg, where famed musician Mozart was born, failed to bring harmony to a bitter row over Brexit.
Past Monday, Russia and Turkey reached a deal to create a demilitarized zone in Syrias northern province of Idlib.
A new investigation by the UN has revealed dramatic details about the level of brutality committed by Myanmar against the Rohingya Muslims.
Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has reacted, accusing Twitter of closing accounts of real Iranians, while allowing anti-government ones backed by the United States.
Trump considering dismissal of Mattis There had been speculations for long that US President Donald Trump does not see eye to eye with his Defense Secretary James Mattis on a series of issues.
The Israeli army's ombudsman, Major General Yitzhak Brick, has harshly criticized Israels military readiness for war.
US marines have held eight days of unprecedented military exercises with a group of militants in Syria.
Russia is holding its largest military exercise in almost four decades which many believe is meant to send a strong message to the West.
The Trump administration has ordered to shut down the office of the Palestinian Liberation Organization in Washington.
On September 11, 2001, a series of coordinated attacks rocked the United States.