TEHRAN, December 13 - Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May has traveled to Brussels to attend a European Union summit as she desperately seeks privileges from the bloc that could enhance her chances of going through the British parliament with a controversial EU withdrawal agreement.
TEHRAN, December 13 - The British government has received a significantly high number of complaints regarding the surge in far-right activity in the country as it seeks as part of a program called Prevent to stop people being attracted and recruited by terrorist groups.
TEHRAN, December 13 -Iran has hailed preliminary deals between Yemeni parties as "promising", expressing hope that they would prepare the ground for the next round of talks in order to reach a final agreement.
TEHRAN, December 13 - The Iranian Foreign Ministry’s spokesman has described the Zionist regime of Israel as the main cause of instability in the region, noting that its bad dreams about Iran will never come true.
TEHRAN, December 13 - Israeli forces have besieged Ramallah in the occupied West Bank and sent in reinforcements after two soldiers were shot dead in the Palestinian city.
TEHRAN, December 13 - The Afghan government has increased saffron production by 22 percent this year as part of a plan to create an alternative source of income for farmers dependent on opium poppy cultivation.
TEHRAN, December 13 - Europe is “working twenty-four seven” to launch the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), a payment mechanism aimed at facilitating business with Iran in the face of US sanctions, an official says.
TEHRAN, December 13 - Famous Israeli-American actress Natalie Portman has denounced a controversial Israeli law, which defines the occupied territories as the so-called nation-state of the Jewish people, as “racist.”
TEHRAN, December 13 - US President Donald Trump says he has "never directed Michael Cohen to break the law" after his longtime attorney was sentenced to three years for campaign finance violations and other crimes.
TEHRAN, December 13 - Courts in Bahrain have sentenced two anti-regime protesters to life imprisonment and handed down prison sentences to four others as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy campaigners in the Persian Gulf kingdom.