TEHRAN, February 25 - An Iraqi court has sentenced 16 Turkish women to death by hanging for joining Daesh terrorist group, a judiciary spokesman said on Sunday.
TEHRAN, February 25 - Thousands of people protested against Israel's plans to deport African refugees at a rally in Tel Aviv on Saturday.
TEHRAN, February 25 -Campaigning has kicked off in Egypt's presidential election, with incumbent President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi expected to win easily after his real challengers were detained, prosecuted or intimidated out of the race.
TEHRAN, February 25 -China has called on the US to “immediately stop” unilateral sanctions targeting North Korea. Beijing has been angered after a number of Chinese businesses were included on a new sanctions list.
TEHRAN, February 24 - The Prime Minister of Malaysia has sparked national uproar after revealing he prefers quinoa to rice.
TEHRAN, February 24 - Japan supports Washington's decision to impose another round of sanctions on North Korea over Pyongyang's ongoing development of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, Kentaro Sonoura, the adviser of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Saturday.
TEHRAN, February 24 - Taliban militants have attacked an Afghan Army outpost, killing 18 government soldiers, as the group continues to gain ground. Meanwhile, a suicide bomber has killed three and injured five others in the capital.
TEHRAN, February 24 -The administration of US President Donald Trump is considering an offer from Republican Party mega-donor and Zionist billionaire Sheldon Adelson to help fund the relocation of the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds.
TEHRAN, February 24 -The International Energy Agency (IEA) says China will surpass the United States to become the world’s largest nuclear power producer over the next two decades as Beijing is set to more than triple its nuclear energy capacity.
TEHRAN, February 24 -A former American senator says the new package of US sanctions will fail to make North Korea accede to Washington’s demands and denuclearize itself as Pyongyang sees its nuclear program as a defense mechanism in the face of US attempts to depose its government.