Final N-deal to serve world economy: Iran

Iran’s president says achievement of a permanent nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany will benefit the entire world economy.

Iran missiles to fly on high-tech batteries

Iran has launched production lines for energy density batteries used in the electronic systems of its sea-based, ground-based and air-based missiles.

Palestinian flag unfurled over NYC bridge

Demonstrators in New York City have marched across the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, chanting in support of the Palestinians and unfurling a giant Palestinian flag over the bridge.

No jobs but crappy jobs in US

For decades, the increasing precariousness of work has been a source of mass frustration for tens of millions of Americans. But the issue has been largely below the political radar.

Iran urges closer ties with African states

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has underscored the need to forge closer ties between the Islamic Republic and African countries.

UK lobbying to sustain pollutant plant

The UK government is actively lobbying the European Commission (EC) to keep open a south Wales power station although its nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions exceed EU legal limits by 500 percent.

Ukraine ‘pretext for anti-Russia bans’

A political analyst tells Press TV that different countries around the world are now realizing that Western powers are using Ukraine as an excuse to impose more sanctions on Russia, Press TV reports.

No catastrophe if nuclear talks fail: Iran

A top Iranian official says no “catastrophe” will happen if Tehran and six world powers fail to reach a final agreement over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear energy program.

Pakistan protesters besiege parliament

Marching in their thousands and united in their call for Premier Nawaz Sharif’s resignation, Pakistani protesters have besieged the parliament building in the capital, Islamabad.

Video shows US police kill black man

A new video shows American police officers shot dead a young African-American man in Missouri a few days after a black teenager was killed by police.

Sexual crimes hike in UK rail system

The number of sexual offences recorded on British railways has climbed by 20 percent, despite a reported fall of overall crime rate in the country’s rail network, the UK’s transport police says. 

Drastic militarization of police now in US

The militarization of police and use of heavy-handed tactics against peaceful protesters in Ferguson, Missouri is part of a disturbing trend by law enforcement agencies across the US, a political commentator says.  

Indonesia slams ISIL atrocities

Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has strongly condemned the atrocities committed by the ISIL Takfiri terrorist group.

'Israel’s Iranophobia offensive busted'

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the Islamic Republic has foiled plots by the Israeli regime and its supporters to portray the country as a global threat.

UK gov’t urged to bar British militants

The UK Independence Party (UKIP) has urged the UK government to block the return of the British members of the ISIL terrorist group fighting in Middle East conflicts.

Christian figures slam ISIL crimes

Top Levantine Christian figures have condemned crimes committed by the ISIL Takfiri group against Christians and other minorities in Iraq, Press TV reports.

Israeli airstrikes kill more Gazans

More than 40 Palestinians have been killed in the Gaza Strip over the past two days, taking the death toll from Israel’s war against the Palestinian enclave to over 2,061.

British ISIL terrorists ‘most vicious’

A terrorism expert has described the British members of the ISIL Takfiri terrorist group in Iraq and Syria as the “most vicious and vociferous fighters” following the release of a video showing the brutal beheading of a US journalist by an ISIL element speaking with a British accent.

‘Psychopathic violence’: British Muslim organizations condemn ISIS extremism

British Muslim organizations have condemned self-professed ‘Jihadists’ responsible for the murder of US journalist James Foley, and along with parents of suspected British fighters, have agreed to work with the police to ‘root out’ extremism.

'Tesla Tower' video: Futuristic high voltage machine in lightning action near Moscow

A massive Soviet-built generator – once used for testing the resistance of aircraft to lightning, but now largely mothballed due to prohibitive costs – has s...