Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom’s headlines from 1800 GMT, August 30, 2018 to 0800 GMT, August 31, 2018.
South Korea has denied an official visit of Israeli President Reuven Rivlin to the country in a move that could trigger a diplomatic dispute between …
“Britain fought the Second World War to banish these views from our politics.”
The lives of tens of thousands of chambermaids have been made harder with the rise of outsourcing cleaning companies.
Former PM’s resignation costs conservative government its majority less than a year before an election is due.
Companies around the world doing business with Israeli companies can be on the hook with how Israeli companies use the shared data.
Unvaccinated children are not only in danger of catching diseases, but they endanger those in their surroundings because of a violation of ‘herd immunity.’
US politicians have called for sanctions against Chinese officials after reports of torture and indoctrination.
Researchers used what’s known as near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS).
UN’s nuclear watchdog confirms Iranian compliance with 2015 nuclear deal amid uncertainty over future of the pact.
The government is considering a ban on sales of energy drinks to children in England.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has blasted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after he threatened Iran with “atomic destruction.”
“It is difficult to believe that it’s been 25 years since Schindler’s List first arrived in theaters,” said director Steven Spielberg.
90% of the cases reported this year resulted from people who had not been vaccinated or come into contact with un-vacinated persons, the ministry said.
Locals warned to avoid steep slopes as landslide risk remains high.
US might not offer waiver to India if it buys S-400 missile system from Russia, Pentagon official says.
John McCain was a mass murderer and his death doesn’t make his crimes go away, an American political analyst says.
Netanyahu’s words were aimed at Iran.
The PA cut off contact with Greenblatt and his team after Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital late last year.
Washington’s actions will serve to bolster ties among nations, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Team Iran grabbed two gold medals during the 11th day of 2018 Asian Games, one in Discus Throw and the other in Kurash, to maintain …
Ayatollah Khamenei tells Iran’s president and cabinet they cannot count on European support for landmark agreement.
Recent deal between Damascus and Tehran on military cooperation will not deter Israel, Netanyahu vows.
Dankner had been sentenced to two years in jail by the Tel Aviv District Court in December 2016.
Advocacy groups say they have been spurred on by unpopular policies and rhetoric of President Donald Trump
Sichuan Airlines is set to start its Tel Aviv-Chengdu flights next month.
Iran faces new US sanctions but a state official says the country’s wheat stocks are robust amid a record purchase of the staple grain from …
An asylum seeker has sued US authorities for the death of her daughter after their detention by immigration police.
Berat Albayrak says Ankara sees no big risk to Turkey’s economy after Moody’s cuts rating for 20 Turkish institutions.
The Trump administration has announced severe cuts to the agency that helps Palestinian refugees, raising questions about who or what could fill the void
Washington and Moscow trade chemical attack warnings as Russian naval buildup grows ahead of strike on Syria’s Idlib.
Iran’s Persepolis have suffered a 1-0 loss against Al-Duhail of Qatar in their first leg of the AFC Champions League quarterfinals in Doha.
The UN secretary general voices deep concerns after a UN report showed that Myanmar’s military engaged in mass killings and gang rapes of Muslim Rohingya …
French President Macron says White House is undermining transatlantic relations and Europe may have to defend itself.
The ruling by Judge Arnon Darel further stated that the presence of the small community on the outskirts of the Kochav Hashahar settlement was legal.
President Hassan Rouhani blamed Iran’s economic woes on an ‘American conspiracy’ during a grilling by parliament.
Trump should change his current approach and take a more friendly line towards South America if he really wants to establish better ties with countries …
Rabbi of the Western Wall Shmuel Rabinovitch led a team from the Western Wall Heritage Foundation to extract all the notes with wooden stick.
The half-sized half indoor Olympic pool was built in the new country club complex, which will be inaugurated on Wednesday in Rahat.
Iran has marked a turning point in its ambitious renewable energy goals, opening its largest wind farm in the northern Qazvin province.
Investigation says alliance may have committed war crimes and human rights violations during war with Houthi rebels.
Another big victory for Team Iran in the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia as Hossein Keyhani won the gold medal in the men’s 3,000-meters steeplechase. …
Bottles were thrown and fireworks set off in the eastern German city of Chemnitz following a fatal stabbing that authorities blamed on a Syrian and …
The High Court ruled on Sunday that Defense Minister Liberman’s decision contravened international humanitarian law as well as domestic law.
New infrastructure in Bangladesh’s Rohingya camps, coupled with a stalled repatriation deal, spell out a permanent stay for refugees.
President Bouteflika has made similar trips in the past, including the Val-de-Grace hospital in Paris, for treatment.
He received a letter that read “Fat Zionist pig” and “You are not French.”
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom’s headlines from 1800 GMT, August 26, 2018 to 0800 GMT, August 27, 2018.
A selection of photos shot recently from around the world.
The acquisition of the new rockets follows the decision of Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman to equip the IDF with precision rockets for all ranges.
Independent fact-finding mission says crimes against Rohingya and other minorities include sexual violence and murder.
Iran has provided steady political, financial and military backing to Damascus in the civil war.
Palestinians have strongly slammed an Israeli high court’s decision to question why settlers are forbidden from praying in the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
Iran’s minister of defense has started an official visit to Syria.
The Tel Aviv rabbinical court ruled nearly five years ago that the man was obligated to grant a divorce, but he ignored the ruling.
Four people were killed and about 10 wounded.
Suspect dead after gunman opens fires at a video game tournament in the US city of Jacksonville.
Victory in the 500-metre race in Indonesia comes a day after the combined women’s team won bronze in another event.