The Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement accuses the US of hampering an evacuation deal with the Daesh terrorist group.
Pilgrims say people are irritated, angry, and worried about US president’s policies targeting Muslims.
Supreme Court decision to declare last month’s presidential election result ‘null and void’ is unprecedented in Africa.
On Guterres’ first trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories as Secretary-General.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom’s headlines from 18:00 GMT, September 1, 2017 to 08:00 GMT, September 2, 2017.
The chairman of the Chiefs of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces says Iran’s skies are among the safest in the region.
What is Israeli settler trauma and will a new law legalising illegal settlements “cure” it?
MQM politician survives attack following Eid prayers in Karachi, but his guard and a 10-year-old child are killed.
The Republican US House speaker has urged President Trump not to abolish an Obama-era immigrant protection program.
Kurdish-led, US-backed group says its fighters have taken full control of the Old City in Raqqa after clashes with ISIL.
US President Donald Trump and his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in have agreed to enhance Seoul’s missile capabilities in the face of North Korea.
President Emmanuel Macron tries to do what his predecessors failed: reform employment laws.
Electoral board committed ‘irregularities and illegalities’ that harmed the integrity of the election, court rules.
Here is a brief look at Press TV newsroom’s headlines from 18:00 GMT, August 31, 2017 to 08:00 GMT, September 1, 2017.
Almost 400 people have died in Myanmar since the country’s army stepped up a military crackdown on Rohingya Muslims last week.
Catalans should be wary of breaking a successful, historical partnership on a nationalist whim.
The occasion is an important part of the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
North Korea is fighting against diplomatic attacks from the United States, blasting Washington for what Pyongyang calls a failed policy of generating regional tension.
Thousands of ethnic Rohingya cross into neighbouring Bangladesh, but they are not welcome.
Streets, monuments and about 100 fermentation tanks found in the Mediterranean, establishing a theory about Neapolis.
It’s not enough that the PFLP hasn’t been banned long ago for carrying out deadly attacks to advance its agenda of destroying the State of …
The anniversary of the First Zionist Congress has produced much pontification on what the Zionist visionary would have made of today’s State of the Jews.
It seems more and more consumers around the world are reducing the amount of cash they carry these days and it’s leading us to a …
At least two explosions are heard at the flooded Arkema chemical plant near Houston, Texas.
At least 14 more people die as heavy rainfall sweeps India’s financial capital, with over 1,200 killed in South Asia.
US president calls on Gulf countries to resolve Qatar dispute, in phone call with King Salman of Saudi Arabia.
The Iraqi Air Force kills at least 94 Daesh terrorists during extensive operations carried out in the western Anbar province.
At least 15 people killed and several missing in Ibb and Taiz provinces after intense downpours cause flash flooding.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has held news conference with his Qatari counterpart in Doha.
Pakistan has received 4 Mil Mi-35M helicopters from Russia worth $153 million.
Israel’s educational system is the backbone of our democracy, not just in rhetorical terms but in its impact on our very national security.
Iraqi PM terms Hezbollah- and Syria-backed deal to send fighters to country’s border area an ‘insult to Iraqi people’.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi expresses hope that India has learned a lesson from a recent border conflict.
Two far-right Israeli lawmakers tour the Haram al-Sharif as Tel Aviv temporarily eases ban on such visits.
Residents braced for more flooding as deadly tropical storm heads their way after remaining over Texas for days.
Council in Iraqi province backs participation in September 25 referendum, but Turkmen and Arab members boycott vote.
Beijing urges US, South Korea to halt military exercises, as White House considers ‘all options’ after missile launch.
The Arab League says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent remarks about never leaving settlements show that the Tel Aviv regime does not seek peace.
The US National Guard Bureau says it is ready to dispatch 30,000 more troops to face Harvey if necessary as thousands of people are forced …
There are no easy answers when dealing with the worldwide migrant crisis – and this holds true for Israel no less than for Europe, the …
The Kurdistan Workers Party militant group confirms the “arrest” of two Turkish intelligence officers in Iraq.
Thousands of demonstrators rally in Buenos Aires against police brutality.
Entrance to Kabul Bank branch close to US embassy targeted, resulting in at least five deaths, according to officials.
Colonialism is alive and well as Puerto Ricans ‘celebrate’ 100 years of US citizenship.
Is Spurek suggesting the Holocaust could’ve been solved by finding more humane ways to store and kill Jews? Seeing as she doesn’t have a history …