'25 million remain unemployed in EU'

A newly-released report shows that 25 million people remain unemployed across the European Union (EU), amid a slow economic recovery.
 

Multiple gas blasts kill 20 in Taiwan

Multiple gas pipeline explosions in southern Taiwan have claimed the lives of at least 20 people and injured hundreds of others, authorities say.
 

Iran summons Nigerian charge d'affaires

Iran has summoned Nigeria's charge d'affaires in protest at the recent killing of a group of demonstrators participating in the International Quds Day rallies, which were held in support of the Palestinian nation.
 

Iran summons Nigeria charge d'affaires

Iran has summoned Nigeria's charge d'affaires in protest at the recent killing of a group of demonstrators participating in the International Quds Day rallies, which were held in support of the Palestinian nation.
 

US arrests 100 immigration activists

More than 100 religious leaders and immigration activists were arrested in front of the White House in Washington, DC on Thursday after staging a rally to urge the US government to stop deporting child immigrants.  
 

112 immigration activists arrested in DC

More than 100 religious leaders and immigration activists were arrested in front of the White House in Washington, DC on Thursday after staging a rally to urge the US government to stop deporting child immigrants.  
 

Israel unilaterally ends truce in Gaza

The Tel Aviv regime has unilaterally ended a UN-brokered ceasefire in Gaza, with the Israeli army launching fresh deadly attacks on civilian sites across the besieged Gaza Strip.
 

Iran cleric: Cut ties with Israel

A senior Iranian cleric has called on Muslim countries to sever relations with Israel in protest at the Tel Aviv’s crimes in the besieged Gaza Strip.
 

Clashes in eastern Ukraine kill 14

Fierce clashes between Ukrainian troops and pro-Russia forces have killed 14 people, including 10 government soldiers in the volatile eastern regions of the country.
 

‘N-deal possible if Iran rights respected’

A top Iranian nuclear negotiator says Iran and the P5+1 can reach a final nuclear deal before the expiry of the four-month extension of talks between the two sides if the six countries acknowledge Tehran’s rights.
 

Israel says 61 troops killed in Gaza war

The Israeli military says more than 60 soldiers have so far been killed since the Tel Aviv regime launched its ground incursion into the Gaza Strip.
 

Where was Blair as Israel bombed Gaza?

Where was Middle East peace envoy Tony Blair last week as Israel invaded Gaza and committed horrific war crimes, killing over 1000 Palestinians, 80 percent of them civilians, 200 of them children?
 

Senators call on CIA director to resign

Some US senators are calling on John Brennan, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, to resign following the CIA’s admission that it spied on members of Congress.
 

Gaza horror reduces UN official to tears

A UN aid official breaks into tears live on air while speaking about a recent Israeli attack on a UN-run school in Gaza as the Israeli regime’s offensive continues to take its toll on Palestinian civilians.
 

Egypt president declines US invitation

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has turned down a US invitation to partake in a gathering of US and African leaders in Washington next week.
 

Iran to host NAM Palestine Comm. FMs

The Iranian capital city of Tehran will host a meeting of the foreign ministers of the Palestine Committee of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) to discuss Israel’s relentless war on Gaza.
 

Millions jobless, GOP heads for recess

For more than seven months, Josephine from Saint Clair Shores, Michigan, looked for work without the assistance of unemployment insurance.
 

Greek activists rap ruling on migrants

Greek activists have condemned a court’s decision to acquit two farmers who have been charged with shooting migrant workers in southern Greece.
 

Eric Cantor will resign in mid-August

Eric Cantor won't stick around to see the other side of August's Congressional recess. In an exclusive interview with his hometown newspaper Thursday night, the former House Majority Leader said he will resign from Congress on August 18.
 

California drought crisis at worst level

New data show that an unprecedented level of drought in the US state of California has taken more than half of the entire state by shock.