Germany is planning to increase its military engagement in the battle against the Takfiri ISIL militants in northern Iraq, a report says.
The United States has eased some of its sanctions on humanitarian activities in Iran and athletic exchanges between Americans and Iranians
At least one person has been killed in the western Afghan province of Herat following clashes between the police and protesters attacking the Iranian Consulate there, Press TV reports
Russia has sent its Priazovye reconnaissance ship to the eastern Mediterranean tasked with collecting information in the tense region.
Syrians in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta say Saudi Arabia provided chemical weapons for an al-Qaeda linked terrorist group which they blame for the August 21 chemical attack in the region, a Mint Press News report says.
Tehran and Moscow have dismissed accusations that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons as a fabricated and pre-planned scenario.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has warned against the dire consequences of a potential foreign military intervention in Syria.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has reaffirmed Tehran’s intention to resume talks with the P5+1 group of world powers in view of a solution to the Islamic Republic’s nuclear issue
Egyptian troops staged a crackdown on protesters that turned deadly Wednesday morning in efforts to clear two antigovernment sit-ins in Cairo, a development that observers worry could plunge the already divided country further into uncontrollable violence.
Iranian Foreign Ministry has condemned the deadly crackdown on the Egyptian people, which has led to around 2,200 deaths in the capital, Cairo.
Iran Majlis ‘strongly condemns’ the Egyptian army’s brutal crackdown on supporters of the ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, which has reportedly left thousands of people dead in the capital, Cairo.
The Syrian army continued its military operations in the Southern Reef (outskirts of) Damascus on Monday and announced that it is now in control of 70% of Marj al-Sultan region.
A rising number of extremists with western passports are traveling to Syria to fight against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, raising fears among American and European intelligence officials of a new terrorist threat when the fighters return home.