Local officials say four Iranians were among those killed in one of the militant attacks targeting a power plant in Kirkuk Province.
The Syrian envoy to the UN says terrorists resort to mortar attacks and use civilians as human shields as they seek to prevent them from leaving eastern Aleppo.
EU leaders, who had prepared a strongly-worded draft statement on Russia on Thursday, issued a watered-down version of the text on Friday.
Demonstrators representing various groups marched from central Athens to the Greek Parliament, the EU Commission offices and the United States Embassy on Thursday.
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said he would stress the need to respect Iraq's sovereignty during a visit on Friday to Turkey.
A UN panel said in a confidential report that arms suppliers from Bulgaria and Israel were fueling the war in South Sudan by procuring weapons to rebels.
Sanctions imposed on Hezbollah by US, Saudi regime are aimed at "disrupting Hezbollah's worldwide commercial and financial infrastructure."
The decision is a major blow to the Venezuelan opposition, which has been seeking to remove Maduro before the end of his term.
Iraqi forces liberate more areas close to Mosul as they are trying to flush Daesh terrorists out of the strategic northern city.
Two separate deadly Saudi airstrikes have violated the UN-brokered 72-hour ceasefire in Yemen.
A political expert says the election system in the United States is usually rigged in favor of the billionaires.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin says he is still undecided about the World Cup expansion idea.
Iran national under-19 football team ease into quarter finals of the Championship after defeating Yemen 1-0.
The European Union leaders have held a summit in Brussels to discuss issues the 28-country bloc is currently facing.
Italy has unveiled a new convention center in Rome that has been hailed as an ambitious building.
The Syrian army says it will shoot down any Turkish warplanes violating the Arab country’s airspace.
The UK should be ashamed of its support for Saudi Arabia’s atrocities in Yemen, Syria and Bahrain, says a British scholar.
“Americans need to wake up and see that their nation has become a criminal empire rather than a republic,” Kevin Barrett told Press TV on Thursday.
A majority of likely American voters believe the media is biased against Donald Trump, a new poll shows.
American troops in Iraq should avoid direct involvement in the battle to retake Mosul, a former Pentagon official says.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has kept its interest rates at record lows.
Saudi Arabia has launched the sale of $17.5 billion of debt in what would be the largest emerging-market bond issue.
The Iranian men’s national team loses to Poland 25-41 at the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup in India.
Iran’s youth football team and Japan play out a goalless draw at the 2016 AFC U-19 Championship in Bahrain.
It is not like old times anymore: Saudi Arabia, one of the world’s top producers of oil, is suffering. The kingdom is feeling the pinch of low oil prices.
This episode of The Debate discuses US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s claim that the upcoming election will be rigged.
Thousands of Iraqi forces are advancing on a number of strategic villages east of Mosul, the last strong hold of Daesh terrorists in Iraq.
The Internet has led a lot of people spend too much time in front of the computer, so much so that it becomes the center of their live.
This episode of The Debate is about west's double standards on the Syrian war, especially when it comes to suffering of Syrian children.
This episode examines the factors that led to a big drop in ratings for the second US presidential TV debate compared to the record viewership for the first debate.