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.
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At least 32 people were killed in a prison riot in Tajikistan, including 24 members of the Daesh terrorist group and three guards, authorities said Monday.
Yemen's Houthi group said targeting Saudi Aramco's installations last week was the beginning of military operations against 300 vital military targets.
India’s sudden halting of crude oil imports came as a shock for long-standing strategic partner Iran, but Tehran believes purchases will resume as soon as a new government comes to office in New Delhi, Iranian Ambassador to India Ali Chegeni told ThePrint.
Officials from Iran and the Czech Republic signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to strengthen economic cooperation in energy, car manufacturing and the rail transport sector.
Palestinian officials will not attend a US-led conference in Bahrain next month designed to draw investment to the West Bank and Gaza Strip, a Palestinian cabinet minister said on Monday.
Ukraine's new President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday used his inaugural speech to announce his first priority was ending the five-year conflict with pro-Russia forces in the east of the country that has claimed over 13,000 lives.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani in a decree on Monday tasked ministries and executive organizations to remove obstacles in the way of investment with the aim of boosting production and creating job.
South Korea vowed Monday to move quickly on plans to provide $8 million worth of medical and nutritional aid for North Korean children through UN agencies while it also considers sending broader food aid to the country, which said it is suffering its worst drought in decades.
Sudan's ruling generals and protesters behind months of mass demonstrations that drove Omar al-Bashir from power have failed to strike a deal but agree to keep talking.
Two Democrats with US military experience who are vying for the party's 2020 presidential nomination shifted the focus of the race to foreign policy, criticizing Republican President Donald Trump for escalating tensions with Iran that could lead to war.
Oil hit multi-week highs on Monday after OPEC indicated it was likely to maintain production cuts that have helped boost prices this year, while escalating Middle East tensions provided further support.
Delivering the commencement address at Morehouse College in Atlanta, the alma mater of Martin Luther King Jr., the billionaire technology investor and philanthropist Robert F. Smith made a surprise announcement: His family would wipe out the student debt of the entire class of 2019.
Apa Sherpa has stood on top of the world more times than all but one other person. Now he wants to make sure no one feels compelled to follow in his footsteps.
As she ponders her future abroad, Greek university graduate Alexandra is unsure she wants to vote on May 26 for an EU structure she holds responsible for ravaging her country after its debt crisis.
Sound isn't just something we hear. It's a formidable physical phenomenon — a wave of pressure that reverberates through the air around us.
NASA's new robot is getting ready for work.
In Utah, drones are hovering near avalanches to watch roaring snow. In North Carolina, they’re searching for the nests of endangered birds. In Kansas, they could soon be identifying sick cows through heat signatures.
Alphabet Inc.’s Google suspended business with Huawei that requires the transfer of hardware, software and technical services except those publicly available via open source licensing, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Sunday, in a blow to the Chinese technology company that the US government has sought to blacklist around the world.
Many species of bee are on the brink of extinction in parts of the UK — and some types have been lost entirely, a report has found.
Too many children in England are being admitted to mental health hospitals unnecessarily, according to a report.
Exposure to environmental pollutants can cause alterations in brain development that affect sexual development and fertility for several generations, a study has found.
When Mary Ann San Jose moved to Sitio Pariahan more than two decades ago, she could walk to the local chapel. Today, reaching it requires a swim.
Social media and other online tools have changed the way people seek and share health information.
Teen drivers diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are significantly more likely to crash, be issued traffic and moving violations, and engage in risky driving behaviors than their peers without ADHD, according to a Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) study published in the journal Pediatrics.
Austria's president on Sunday called for fresh elections in September after a corruption scandal embroiling the far-right brought down the coalition government in spectacular fashion.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling alliance led by the right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to win a majority in the parliament, as voting ends in the South Asian country’s marathon general elections.
An unconfirmed report shows Britain has secretly sent troops to the Persian Gulf to help US forces in the region to counter an alleged threat from Iran.
A tourist bus near the new Grand Egyptian Museum close to the famed Giza pyramids in Egypt has been the target of a bomb attack that has left multiple casualties.
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has decided to resist pressure from the United States as Washington's trade war on Beijing intensifies.
Iraq’s Oil Minister Thamer Ghadhban has lambasted as “unacceptable and unjustified” the decision made by ExxonMobil, an American oil and gas corporation giant, to evacuate dozens of its foreign staff from the Arab country.
A US special operations pilot at the Air Force Academy has been taken into custody over the rape of a minor younger than 12 years old and other sexual assault charges.
Britain’s main opposition Labour Party says it is still opposed to a European Union withdrawal agreement that the government will submit to the parliament early next month, with leader Jeremy Corbyn calling the deal the same as those previously rejected by lawmakers on three occasions.
The Palestinian Foreign Ministry has criticized a recent vote by German lawmakers against the international Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, which targets Israel.
Russia said Sunday Syrian government forces have unilaterally ceased fire in the northern Idlib Province, the last major terrorist stronghold.
Three Iranian short animated movies made it to the competition section of the 10th Vafi & Rafi International Children and Youth Animation Film Festival in Croatia.
UEFA has adopted a “fan-first” ticketing policy for Euro 2020 with a record three million tickets available to supporters, European soccer’s governing body announced on Sunday.
Draymond Green had 20 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists, and the Golden State Warriors beat the Portland Trail Blazers 110-99 on Saturday night for a 3-0 lead in the Western Conference Finals.
Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger was attacked on Saturday during his visit to South Africa.
It was a return to business as usual for Deontay Wilder on Saturday night in Brooklyn.
Pep Guardiola looked on almost embarrassed as Manchester City put Watford to the sword with the biggest winning margin in a FA Cup final for 116 years on Saturday, a 6-0 thrashing that was the final flourish of a season of domestic dominance unlike any England has ever seen.
Museums are the most important places in the world for cultural exchanges, said the head of the Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO) on Sunday.
Iraq backs an extension of the OPEC/non-OPEC production cut agreement, Thamir al-Ghadbhan, the country’s oil minister said on Sunday, while his Kuwaiti counterpart said current prices indicated the market was well-supplied, despite the US tightening sanctions on Iran.
Iran is due to offer 10,000 tons of light naphtha, 2,000 tons of heavy naphtha and large cargoes of petrochemical products to domestic buyers through its energy bourse on Sunday, in a direct sale to bypass unilateral US sanctions.
US Representative Justin Amash, a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, on Saturday became the first Republican lawmaker to say the president has engaged in impeachable behavior.