American journalist and political commentator Don DeBar believes the US military buildup in the Middle East is “the setup work before the 'Big Break' in negotiations” with Iran.
Britain’s second largest steel producer is facing a risk of immediate collapse as the government ignores calls to save some 25,000 jobs by granting a $38 million loan to the company.
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi says his country is set to send delegations to the US and Iran to help “halt tension” between the two sides amid growing concerns over a military conflict as Washington ratchets up its belligerent rhetoric against Tehran and build up its military presence in the region.
The far-right Freedom Party (FPO) quit Austria's coalition government on Tuesday after the president sided with conservative Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and sacked the hard-line FPO interior minister.
Legendary Formula 1 driver Niki Lauda, regarded as one of the finest racers of all time, has passed away at the age of 70.
A US Marine Corps (USMC) Harrier fighter jet has crashed in North Carolina, raising concerns among Pentagon officials about another bad year for military aviation as the Pentagon has already lost four aircraft this month.
The British government’s cuts to welfare over the past decade have caused a “hunger crisis” by leaving tens of thousands of poor families across the country without enough food to eat, according to a damning report by Human Rights Watch.
As people around the globe celebrated World Bee Day on Monday, Iranian officials basked in the country’s vaunted place as the third largest honey producer and its sweet business which is growing by leaps and bounds.
Government staff in the British capital London are the latest group to be forced into poverty in the country as they go on a strike saying missed payments and low pay have left them with nothing to eat.
The Islamic Action Front has called on the Jordanian government not to participate in a US-led conference in Bahrain next month in support of US President Donald Trump’s controversial proposal for “peace” between the Israeli regime and Palestinians, dubbed “the deal of the century.”
Beijing says foreign investors remain enthusiastic about the Chinese market, contrary to a claim by the administration of US President Donald Trump that American tariffs are causing companies to move production out of the world’s second-largest economy.
The United States is moving to a point of confrontation and crisis with Iran, according to retired US General Wesley Clark. A warning that Iran has been a target of US intentions issued more than a decade ago appears to be moving closer to realization.
Russia says the rhetoric of Ukraine’s new president, Volodymyr Zelensky, to call for more American sanctions on Moscow will not help Kiev end a persisting war in Ukraine’s industrial east.
In Iran, May 22nd is observed as the day of Molla Sadra, who is the most influential Islamic philosopher, theologian, and mystic during the past four centuries, and led the Iranian cultural renaissance in the 17th century.
President Donald Trump is a "crazy president" whose threats against Tehran aren't going to work, an Iranian official said, adding that if the President wants to talk, he'll not only have to show some respect, but come up with a consistent message.
Oil prices rose on Tuesday on escalating US-Iran tensions and amid expectations that OPEC producers will continue to curb supply this year.
European powers are facing huge pressure from the United States to drop their proposed trade channel with Iran, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Tuesday.
Iranian documentary, ‘Light, Shadow, Life,’ by Shahriar Pourseyedian was selected to compete in the competition section of the 14th Sole Luna Doc Film Festival, scheduled for July 7-13 in Palermo and Venice.
The Academy of Medical Sciences of Iran wrote to the UN to complain about the illegal sanctions imposed by the US against the Iranian people, saying the restrictive measures have adversely affected the medical treatment of Iranian patients.
The South Korean Ambassador to Tehran Ryu Jeong-hyun told Tasnim News Agency that his country intends to keep its economic ties with Iran as it keeps negotiating with the US to get sanctions waiver.
Juventus has made first contact with Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri's representatives as the Italian side searches for a replacement for its outgoing coach Massimiliano Allegri.
Products worth $16.5 billion were exported through the gates of the customs department of the Southern province of Hormuzgan in the last Iranian year (ended March 20), of which $2.7 billion were goods produced in the province.
Stephen Curry said the Golden State Warriors showed their 'championship mentality' as they overcame a 17-point deficit to complete a 4-0 series sweep of the Portland Trail Blazers and advance to the NBA Finals for the fifth successive year.
There are sufficient amounts of foreign currency in Iran, the Central Bank of Iran’s chief said, adding that the CBI has provided $6 billion in financing for imports only in the past two months.
New Zealand police charged the man accused of murder in shootings at two Christchurch mosques in March with engaging in a terrorist act, the first time such a charge had been brought in the country's history, they said on Tuesday.
Iranian Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian and his Russian counterpart, Alexander Novak, agreed to hold the next meeting of the permanent intergovernmental commission on trade and economic cooperation in mid-June.
Three-time Formula One world champion Niki Lauda, regarded as one of the finest racers of all time and who later became a successful airline entrepreneur, died at 70 after battling declining health.
Xavi Hernandez's dazzling career came to a low-key end when his Qatari side Al Sadd was beaten 2-0 by Iranian giant Persepolis in their last group match of the AFC Champions League on Monday.
“When a nation loses identity, it melts in the palm of enemies.”
A 16-year-old boy died on Monday at a Border Patrol station in Texas, becoming the fifth child from Guatemala to die since December after being apprehended by US border patrol agents.
A US judge on Monday ruled in favor of a US House of Representatives committee seeking President Donald Trump’s financial records from his accounting firm, dealing an early setback to the Trump administration in its legal battle with Congress.
Joko Widodo was reelected as Indonesia's president after last month's vote, beating former general, Prabowo Subianto.
Sudanese Army rulers and protesters failed on Tuesday to reach an agreement yet again on the makeup of a new ruling body as negotiations also became deadlocked over who should lead it – a civilian or soldier.
Yemeni armed forces, led by the Houthi Ansarullah movement, launched a drone strike on an arms depot at an airport in Saudi Arabia’s southern Najran region in retaliation for the kingdom’s bloody military aggression against the impoverished country.
Eight Portuguese police officers were found guilty of kidnapping and beating up six black youths in a neighborhood near Lisbon in 2015.
Mining experts on Tuesday reentered a coal mine shuttered for more than eight years after one of New Zealand’s worst industrial disasters killed 29 men, the government said, looking to investigate the cause and retrieve the remains of victims.
Local authorities in Japan have drawn a line in the sand amid anger over a rise in graffiti by foreign tourists disfiguring its pristine coastal dunes.
Guns, swords and machetes were seized as police arrested almost 600 suspected members of county lines drug gangs in just a week.
Lilian Serrano’s mother-in-law had lots of stomach problems, but she always blamed food.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft delivered some of the most stunning glimpses of the gas giant that mankind has ever seen, but it’s also taught scientists a lot about how the planet works.
NASA is gearing up for humans to start colonizing planet Mars in the near future.
Concentrated solar power (CSP) has the potential to bring energy to remote areas of the world.
Huawei founder, Ren Zhengfei, on Tuesday shrugged off US attempts to block his company's global ambitions, saying the US underestimates the telecom giant's strength.
New research supports the effectiveness and safety of esketamine nasal spray in treating depression in people who have not responded to previous treatment.
A new paper in JNCI Cancer Spectrum, published by Oxford University Press, is the first study to find that diets high in soy foods are associated with a decreased risk of osteoporotic bone fractures in pre-menopausal breast cancer survivors.
The International Pediatric MS Study Group (IPMSSG) has released updated standards for clinical trials involving children and teens with multiple sclerosis (MS).
Improving gut bacteria could help curb anxiety, according to a review of medical studies.
Scientists believe that global sea levels could rise far more than predicted, due to accelerating melting in Greenland and Antarctica.
President Trump, in a wide-ranging interview with Fox News, reiterated his reluctance to go to war with Iran.
Austrian far-right ministers were ready to quit their posts, the party chief says, after the country's coalition government collapsed over a corruption scandal days before European elections.
Catalan separatists have been released from jail to obtain their formal certificates as elected MPs the day before the Spanish parliament is to open in Madrid.
An American writer and political commentator says US President Donald Trump's “overriding objective is getting reelected” to the White House in November next year and he even could launch war against Iran or Venezuela in an attempt to achieve his goal but “waging war on Iran or Venezuela would be madness.”
Oil prices have jumped at the beginning of the trading week after indications emerged from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) that the body may maintain production cuts until the end of 2019.
Leader of the newly-established Brexit Party Nigel Farage has been attacked after a rally in northern English city of Newcastle.
Armenian Premier Nikol Pashinyan has announced sweeping judiciary reforms as protesters blockaded court buildings in Yerevan, heeding his call for a demonstration against judges he accuses of political bias.
Palestine’s Minister of Social Development Ahhmed Majdalani says Palestinians will not participate in an economic conference sponsored by Washington in Bahrain next month as US President Donald Trump will unveil the first part of his so-called “deal of the century” to end the Palestine-Israel conflict during the summit.
The Ecuadorian government has decided to hand over some of the belongings of the Australian press freedom activist Julian Assange to the United States more than a month after he was arrested in the country’s embassy in the British capital London.
The majority of Americans continue to disapprove of the job US President Donald Trump is doing in office amid his increasing saber-rattling against Iran, according to a new survey.
At least four civilians have been killed when Saudi military aircraft carried out an airstrike on Yemen’s northwestern province of Hajjah as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its bombardment campaign against its southern neighbor.
Slovenia marks World Bee Day in Tehran
The spokesman for the Yemeni armed forces has categorically dismissed allegations spread in Saudi media about the firing of a Yemeni ballistic missile toward the holy city of Mecca.
The British government, which has on several occasions endorsed Washington’s anti-Iran rhetoric amid heightened tensions between the two countries, has taken sides in the conflict and blatantly threatened the Islamic Republic that in case US interests were attacked in the region, those attacks would be retaliated and that was an issue "the Iranians need to think about very, very carefully."
Omani FM meets Iranian counterpart in Tehran
Real Madrid’s Germany midfielder Toni Kroos renewed his contract until the end of the 2022-23 season, the Spanish club announced on Monday.
Kawhi Leonard scored 36 points, including eight in the second overtime, and the Toronto Raptors beat Milwaukee 118-112 on Sunday night to cut the Bucks’ lead to 2-1 in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals.
The 5,000-year-old monkey skeleton that was found in Shahr-e Sukhteh (burnt city) in eastern Iran, was put on display in the southeastern local museum for the first time, a provincial tourism official said.