WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The door remains open for a wider negotiation with Iran about its nuclear program and other issues, . . .
AMMAN (Reuters) - Mosques in Jordan opened for communal prayers for the first time in over two months on Friday, . . .
By Francois Murphy
VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog expressed serious concern on Friday that Iran has continued for months . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - Seizing on Donald Trump's conciliatory tone after Tehran released an American Navy veteran, Iran's foreign minister challenged . . .
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq recorded more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases in a single day for the first time on . . .
By Mohammed Aty
BASRA, Iraq (Reuters) - Mohammed Haider, a security worker in Iraq's southern oilfields, thought he was safe after . . .
(Reuters) - Indian oil-to-telecoms conglomerate Reliance Industries Ltd
Reliance has now sold a combined 19% interest in Jio Platforms, which . . .
PARIS (Reuters) - French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Friday reiterated his demands for Iran to release French-Iranian academic . . .
"For the past 683 days my son, Michael, has been held hostage in Iran by the IRGC (Islamic Revolution Guards . . .
The group's al-Masirah TV on Thursday reported four airstrikes on Haradh district in Hajjah province, one on al-Buka area in . . .
With this investment, Jio Platforms has raised Rs 87,655.35 crore from leading global technology and growth investors including Facebook, Silver . . .
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli medical device maker Alpha Tau Medical said on Thursday it raised $26 million in a funding . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - The government of the United Arab Emirates said on Thursday the Gulf state would resume transit flights . . .
By Marwa Rashad
Al ULA, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) - Abeer al-Howayan despaired of ever working after spending eight years trying to . . .
The UN-backed government's forces on Wednesday launched an operation to "free Tripoli International Airport", reports Xinhua news agency. "Our brave . . .
"Out of the 155 passengers who were on the flight, two have tested positive," Sawant said. The total tally of . . .
GAZA (Reuters) - Mosques reopened for daily prayers and children returned to nursery schools on Wednesday in an easing of . . .
By Arriana McLymore and Echo Wang
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Just a few months ago, 17-year-old Taylor Cassidy was spending hours . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Iraq will further cut its oil output and remains committed to the OPEC+ deal, finance minister and . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - The United Nations and Saudi Arabia host a pledging conference for war-ravaged Yemen on Tuesday to help . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - An Iranian professor imprisoned in the United States after being acquitted of stealing trade secrets has left . . .
The civilian casualties continue to decrease since a ceasefire was implemented in the northwestern Syrian in March, Efe news quoted . . .
Mumbai, June 1 (IANS) Indian migrants are stranded not only within the country but also abroad and one Dubai-based NRI . . .
For the first time since late March, worshippers were allowed to perform the congregational prayers in the 90,000 mosques across . . .
"Some 4,451 people recovered, bringing the total number of recoveries to 30,290, while two died, raising the fatalities to 38," . . .
The new cases included 95 in the capital Baghdad, 31 in Maysan, 26 in Babil, 24 in each Sulaimaniyah and . . .
CARACAS (Reuters) - Two Iranian tankers that delivered fuel to Venezuela as part of a five-vessel flotilla have begun to . . .
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's mosques opened their doors to worshippers on Sunday for the first time in more than . . .
Sunitha Devi, in charge of cyclones at IMD, said, "A low pressure area has formed over southeast and adjoining east . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran, always keen to score points against its longtime foe the United States, took Washington to task . . .
PARIS (Reuters) - France, Germany and Britain on Saturday criticised a U.S. decision to end sanctions waivers allowing work on . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - Government employees went back to work in Iran on Saturday and President Hassan Rouhani said mosques are . . .
By Marwa Rashad
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia transferred a total of 150 billion riyals ($40 billion) from central bank foreign . . .
In a statement on Wednesday, Pompeo said that the measure applied to Iran's Arak reactor conversion, the provision of enriched . . .
ADEN (Reuters) - Houthi fighters in Yemen fired missiles at a military base of the Saudi-backed government in Marib province, . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabian police in Assir, a region close to the Yemeni border, are investigating after a shooting . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's new parliament convened on Wednesday after the Feb. 21 elections under strict health protocols and social . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - The first of five Iranian tankers carrying fuel to Venezuela has moored at Venezuela's El Palito refinery, . . .
Tripura's Law and Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath said that all the 136 Indians now in Kuwait jail for violation . . .
By Deisy Buitrago and Marianna Parraga
CARACAS (Reuters) - The lead vessel of a five-tanker flotilla carrying fuel supplied by Iran . . .
(Reuters) - An earthquake of magnitude 5.1 struck the province of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad in western Iran on Sunday, . . .
By Stephanie Nebehay
GENEVA (Reuters) - The new coronavirus is believed to be spreading throughout Yemen where the health care system . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called on Palestinians on Friday to continue their uprising against Israel, . . .
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon is at risk of a major food crisis and many Lebanese may soon find it hard . . .
BASRA, Iraq (Reuters) - Shell has evacuated its foreign staff, numbering around 60, from Iraq's Basra Gas Company and flew . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran dismissed on Thursday U.S. sanctions on several Iranian officials, saying they were a sign of the . . .
Based on intelligence reports, the security forces conducted a security operation on Tuesday in Wadi Thlab area, some 140 km . . .
By Mohammed Ghobari
ADEN (Reuters) - Yemen's Saudi-backed government accused its Houthi foes of covering up a big outbreak of coronavirus . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - Yemen, already pushed to the brink of famine by a five-year war, could see a "catastrophic" food . . .
DUBAI (Reuters) - Kuwait and Saudi Arabia have agreed to halt oil production from the joint Al-Khafji field for one . . .