Iran summoned the British and Norwegian ambassadors over what it called interference and hostile media coverage of the nationwide unrest triggered by the death of a woman detained by morality police
At least 17 people have been killed as popular unrest flared Thursday across Iran over the death in custody of Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini, local media reported
Public outrage in Iran over Amini's death last week showed no sign of abating after days of protests in Tehran and other cities, with protesters torching police stations and vehicles earlier on ...
Washington is "deeply concerned" about a recent flare-up of violence along Syria's northern border with Turkey, a State Department spokesman said Monday
From the ancient alleys of Jerusalem's Old City to kitchens around the world, Palestinians are stirring new trends in cooking while abiding by traditions
Former Sri Lankan president Gotabaya Rajapaksa who flew from the Maldives arrived in Singapore on board a Saudia Airlines flight on Thursday evening, media reports said.
While Biden is expected to press for increased Saudi oil production in the hope of taming spiralling fuel costs and inflation at home, his visit signals a shift: an apparent abandoning of efforts to ...
Over the past two months, Iraqis have been living, working and breathing in thick clouds of dust, as at least nine sandstorms - lasting up to several days each - have hit the country, blanketing ...
The instabilities and turbulence of the Middle East have implications on a global scale and has an impact on Bangladesh as well
Every month on average over 100,000 migrants are going overseas, but remittance isn't increasing because it is more profitable to remit funds through 'hundi' than the banking channels
Adnan Abdelrahman shows off the drums he learned to play at age 12. He belongs to Iraq’s centuries-old black minority, guardians of musical traditions but relegated to the margins of society
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias agreed in a call "that Iran must immediately release the seized vessels, their cargoes, and their crews
Successive years of low rainfall and a sharp reduction in the flow of water down the Sirwan River from neighbouring Iran have reduced much of the lake to a dust bowl
We do not want to see a miserable scenario for the people whose remittance is boosting the country's economy. The government's nonchalance towards the expatriates must end.
Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia are looking for stronger political and investment relations as Dhaka is ready to welcome the Saudi foreign minister