US Vice President Joe Biden has apologized to the United Arab Emirates for his comments that suggested that the kingdom supported the ISIL terrorists in Syria.
An Iranian photojournalist detained in Tehran nearly two months ago along with her husband, The Washington Post’s Tehran correspondent, has been released on bail.
The United States is not considering travel ban for people coming from countries where the Ebola virus has become epidemic, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Friday.
Iranian photographer Davoud Ameri has garnered top award at the 6th C.P.N.O. International Exhibition of Photography held in Macau, China.
Taliban’s spokesman in Afghanistan Zabihullah Mujahid has apparently given away information suggesting his hideout is located in Pakistan.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has called on regional countries to adopt collective and constant measures to fight terrorists and put an end to the killing of Muslims.
Yemen’s Ansarullah revolutionaries, also known as Houthis, have arrested dozens of Iraqi Ba’athist military experts in the capital Sana'a, a Houthi official says.
About 9 in 10 likely American voters call the US economy an “extremely or very important issue,” with the majority describing the economy as “poor,” a new poll has found.
The death toll from the deadly Ebola virus has reached 42 in the Democratic Republic of Congo, as the African nation attempts to contain its second outbreak this year.
The death toll from a volcanic eruption in central Japan’s Mount Ontake has spiked to 43, as seven more bodies have been found at the site of the incident.
British warplanes have conducted their first aerial strikes against ISIL Takfiri terrorists in northwestern Iraq, the UK’s Defense Ministry states.