13 Aug 2020
Amnesty calls on Manama to commute death sentences against dozen inmates
Donald Trump launches attack on Biden's running mate
Huj. Shahriari offers condolences over passing of Sunni cleric
Poll: Biden holds national lead against Trump
Three Israeli tanks cross Lebanon border amid Tel Aviv, Hezbollah tensions
Riots over anti-Muslim FB post leaves 3 dead in India
Pakistan ; world should act to stop Kashmir ‘genocide’
Imran Khan calls Pakistan Shia to follow Iran for Muharram rituals amid corona
Lebanese people take part in vigil for victims of Beirut blast (photo)
US lawsuit exposes Saudi crown prince's death squad
26 May 2018 14:46
Israeli forces target Palestinians trying to Al-Aqsa Mosque for Friday prayer
Israeli security forces prevent Palestinians who attempted to scale the fences to enter Al-Aqsa Mosque to perform Friday Prayer with tear gas in Bethlehem, West Bank on May 25, 2018.
6 May 2018 08:20
Palestinian wedding at Gaza-Israel border
Palestinian medical officials, who worked during 'Great March of Return', are seen during their wedding ceremony in Gaza
28 Mar 2018 11:43
As Islamabad's trees disappear, its children lead a green offensive
Upset by the felling of many of Islamabad’s trees – victims of rapid urbanisation - the city's children are fighting back with a tree planting drive.
24 Jan 2018 14:24
Iranian woman skydiver looks to break down stereotypes
For Iranian parachuting enthusiast Bahareh Sassani, skydiving is “a way to prove that women are just as capable as men” -- a small step from a big height for women’s equality in her country.
3 Jun 2017 10:52
Attending religious services boosts health, prolongs life: Study
A new study shows that attending religious services like those at mosques, churches or synagogues may help you live longer.
31 Jan 2015 09:34
Airstrike take out ISIL 'chemical weapons expert' in Iraq: Pentagon
The Pentagon says a US-led airstrike has killed a “chemical weapons expert” working for the ISIL terrorist group in northern Iraq.
6 Jan 2014 10:18
Islamic precepts fallen on deaf ears
Head of Endowment and Charity Organizations stressed that religious and Islamic instructions have been on fallen on deaf ears among many a Muslim.
13 Mar 2012 11:39
Iranians all across the country welcome New Year festival (Photo)
31 Dec 2011 10:38
One-parent families booming in Britain
Britain is home to more one-parent families than any other major European country with one in five children living with a single mother or father, a new study has revealed.
16 Dec 2011 12:13
Working mothers happier, healthier
Mothers who work part time especially those who have preschool children or infants feel healthier and are less likely to experience depression.
8 Dec 2011 10:59
Rice eaters exposed to more arsenic
High levels of arsenic detected in rice eaters have led to new health concerns especially in pregnant women, a new US study suggests.
3 Dec 2011 12:51
Wushu league of Iranian women held in Iran
17 Nov 2011 10:22
KSA to flog female driver despite pardon
Saudi authorities are reportedly planning to push ahead with a court ruling and flog a woman for defying a ban on female driving despite winning a royal pardon.
12 Nov 2011 09:17
Cholera claims 87 more lives in Somalia
Cholera has killed 87 more lives in lawless Somalia, where cases of waterborne diseases have increased due to unhygienic living conditions.
9 Nov 2011 10:10
'Sitting disease' increases cancer risk
People who have a sedentary lifestyle and sit at their table for a long time are at a higher risk of developing different forms of cancer.
9 Nov 2011 09:57
Dad's depression affects kids' health
A new study has found that children whose fathers are suffering from depression are more likely to show signs of behavioral and emotional problems.
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