Russian journalist Andrey Stenin confirmed dead in Ukraine

Russian photojournalist Andrey Stenin, missing in eastern Ukraine for a month, has been found dead, RIA Novosti, the news agency where he worked, has confirm...

Hamas more popular after war: Poll

The popularity of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has risen in the war-torn Gaza Strip and the occupied West Bank following 50 days of Israeli bombardment on the coastal enclave.

Boko Haram captures another town

Boko Haram Takfiri militants have reportedly captured another town in northeastern Nigeria after heavy clashes with government troops.

UK military op ahead of NATO summit

An aerial military operation has been conducted over the Welsh cities of Cardiff and Newport ahead of an upcoming NATO summit, in what has been described as being among the biggest security measures ever in the UK.

US judges concerned about NSA program

A panel of judges in the United States has voiced concern about the National Security Agency's phone surveillance program's vast reach at an appeals hearing.

Cameroon kills 40 Boko Haram militants

The Cameroonian army says it has killed at least 40 Boko Haram militants who attempted to cross into the country from neighboring Nigeria.

Israel land grab plan concerns US, EU

The United States and the European Union (EU) have urged the Israeli regime to reverse its plan to grab hundreds of hectares of Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank.

Putin remarks ‘taken out of context’

A high-ranking Russian official says President Vladimir Putin’s latest comment that Moscow could take over Ukrainian capital, Kiev, within two weeks was taken out of context.

Saudi Arabia nabs 88 on terror charges

Saudi Arabia has arrested 88 people on charges of planning to carry out terrorist attacks both in the country and abroad.

Econ. growth, languages decline linked

A US-European research team has found a link between economic prosperity and decline in language diversity.

UK bid to block militants return hits snag

British Prime Minister David Cameron’s plan to block the return of UK-born ISIL terrorists has encountered a legal challenge as he acknowledges that rendering citizens stateless would defy international law.

Bans on Russia will backfire: Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin says those countries that have imposed sanctions against Moscow over the crisis in Ukraine will be affected the most by the consequences of the bans.

ISIL conflict reaching Australia: Abbott

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has not ruled out troop deployment to Iraq to join the fight against the ISIL militants in the country, saying the conflict waged by the ISIL “is reaching out” to Australia.

US uses NATO for New World Order

A political commentator says that the United States is using the NATO military power for creating a global New World Order.

NAM slams ISIL crimes in Iraq

The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) has strongly condemned crimes committed by the ISIL Takfiri terrorist group against the Iraqi people.

‘Final N-deal possible before deadline’

A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator has expressed optimism about reaching a comprehensive final agreement with six world powers on Tehran’s nuclear energy program before the November 24th deadline.

Google says working on superfast chip

Google, which has become increasingly focused on artificial intelligence in recent years, has said it is working on a superfast "quantum" computer chip.

Galloway’s assailant pleads ‘not guilty’

An individual suspected of assaulting British lawmaker and Press TV host George Galloway has pled “not guilty” to charges of battery.

Spain unemployment rate up in August

Latest official figures demonstrate that Spain’s already high unemployment rate rose in August as the eurozone’s fourth-largest economy struggles to cement a fragile economic recovery.

Obama in Estonia amid Ukraine crisis

US President Barack Obama has arrived in Estonia to meet with the leaders of Baltic States amid Washington’s escalating tensions with Moscow over Ukraine.