TEHRAN, Sept 19_Amnesty International slams the fatal shooting of a Palestinian woman by the Israeli military, saying she “did not pose any immediate danger” to the regime’s forces and that her death underscores the need for international justice.
TEHRAN, Sept 19_Scientists believe they have made a key advance in understanding the bacteria that causes citrus greening, which has severely damaged citrus trees in Florida and Texas and threatens commercial groves in California.
TEHRAN, Sept 19_A fire that destroyed an ancient Holy Land church near the Sea of Galilee around 700 CE appears to have preserved the church's beautiful mosaic floor, which includes depictions of baskets, loaves and fish, as well as inscriptions.
TEHRAN, Sept 19_A Tokyo court cleared on Thursday three former Tokyo Electric Power executives of negligence for the 2011 Fukushima disaster, the only criminal case to arise out of the world’s worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl in 1986.
TEHRAN, Sept 19_Thousands of schools were shuttered across Malaysia and Indonesia Thursday, affecting at least 1.7 million pupils, officials said, as toxic haze from rampant forest fires sent air quality plummeting.
TEHRAN, Sept 19_There’s no reason for France to change its mind over a 2013 decision to deny former U.S spy agency contractor Edward Snowden asylum.
TEHRAN, Sept 19_Iran’s permanent envoy to Vienna-based international organizations, Kazem Gharibabadi, condemned accusations of UAE and Israeli regime’s representatives against Iran at IAEA General Conference in Vienna.
TEHRAN, Sept 18 -Venezuela has released the deputy of opposition figure Juan Guaido, four months after he was arrested on treason charges for supporting a failed coup against the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
TEHRAN, Sept 18 -Facebook has unveiled the charter for its ‘supreme court,’ a supposedly independent content moderation board that will take money from, and be appointed by, Facebook itself – while making binding decisions. What could go wrong?
TEHRAN, Sept 18 -Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said on Wednesday no summit meeting or foreign ministers’ meeting between Japan and South Korea was planned at the moment, but Tokyo plans to maintain diplomatic dialogue with its neighbour.