08:53 - 2015/01/25
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American and British people oppose using troops on the ground in Iraq

American and British people oppose using troops on the ground in Iraq


There is a strong opposition among American and British people to using military troops on the ground in Iraq to fight the ISIL Takfiri terrorists, says an analyst.
Threats against two airplanes on Twitter

Threats against two airplanes on Twitter


Police found no bombs on two flights at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport following threats on Twitter against the aircraft
March in Caracas in protest against food shortages

March in Caracas in protest against food shortages


Venezuela's Democratic Unity Roundtable main opposition coalition reportedly organized a march in Caracas in protest against food shortages
Protesters force UK authorities to replace a nuclear weapons system

Protesters force UK authorities to replace a nuclear weapons system


Londoners are protesting against plans of the UK government to spend 100 billion pounds ($150 billion) to replace a nuclear weapons system, the RT channel reported Saturday.
100 U.S. troops head to Middle East to train Syrian opposition

100 U.S. troops head to Middle East to train Syrian opposition


Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has ordered the first group of about 100 U.S. troops to head to the Middle East in the next few days to establish training sites for Syrian opposition fighters battling Islamic State militants, the Pentagon said Friday
UN Security staff Killed in Libya

UN Security staff Killed in Libya


A security staff of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to Libya was shot dead by unknown gunmen in Libya's Tripoli on Saturday, said local security sources
Iranian Commander: we will surely take revenge for the Israel's attack

Iranian Commander: we will surely take revenge for the Israel's attack


Lieutenant Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Hossein Salami warned that the Israeli air raid against Syria which killed a number of Hezbollah members and an Iranian military adviser last Sunday will certainly be retaliated with a crushing response.
Iran shown flexibility and determination to settle its nuclear standoff

Iran shown flexibility and determination to settle its nuclear standoff


Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani warned against the US congress decision to impose new sanctions against Tehran, saying any new pressure by Washington will be reciprocated with a leap in Iran's nuclear activities
Rouhani extended his condolences over Demise of King Abdullah

Rouhani extended his condolences over Demise of King Abdullah


Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in a message on Friday extended his condolences to the Saudi government and nation over the passing away of the country's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Hundreds of people protest against  media in Sydney

Hundreds of people protest against media in Sydney


Hundreds of people have held a protest in the Australian city of Sydney against negative media coverage of Islam, including the recent publication of a cartoon of Prophet Muhammad by the French satirical daily, Charlie Hebdo
Syrian army repelled ISIS attack on Daraa province

Syrian army repelled ISIS attack on Daraa province


Syrian troops repelled rebels' infiltration attempts in some parts of Daraa province.
King Salman pledged continuity in energy and foreign policies

King Salman pledged continuity in energy and foreign policies


Saudi Arabia's new King Salman pledged continuity in energy and foreign policies on Friday and moved quickly to appoint younger men as his heirs, settling the succession for years to come by naming a deputy crown prince from his dynasty's next generation
Gunman attacked supermarket in London buried

Gunman attacked supermarket in London buried


One of the three jihadist gunmen who waged attacks in Paris this month was buried Friday near the capital, police sources said, after his body was refused entry by his parents' country of origin, Mali
Hollande: fight against terrorism needs to global, international effort

Hollande: fight against terrorism needs to global, international effort


French President François Hollande on Friday used the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, to call for states and big business to work together in the fight against terrorism, just two weeks after a series of bloody attacks in Paris
The Muslim elites should inform of real Islam

The Muslim elites should inform of real Islam


A senior Iranian lawmaker underlined the important of role of the Muslim elites in the West in defusing the Islamophobia scenarios and explaining the different dimensions of the highly-important message of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei to the European youth
ISIL lost only a tiny fraction of the territories they captured in Iraq

ISIL lost only a tiny fraction of the territories they captured in Iraq


The Pentagon has announced that ISIL militants have lost only a tiny fraction of the territories they had captured in Iraq since US-led airstrikes began last year.
Detention of opposition leader expedite collapse of the Al-Khalifa rulers

Detention of opposition leader expedite collapse of the Al-Khalifa rulers


Tehran's Provisional Friday Prayers Leader Hojjatoleslam Kazzem Seddiqi voiced concern over the spread of security conditions in Bahrain, and said the detention of Bahrain's main opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman by the Manama regime will surely pave the way for the collapse of the Al-Khalifa rulers
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15:00 - 2015/01/25
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Kaveh Afrasiabi: Washington’s true intentions in ISIL battle doubted

Press TV has talked with Kaveh Afrasiabi, an Iranian author and political scientist from Boston, to discuss the United States’ role in tackling the militancy across Iraq.
15:15 - 2015/01/24
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US, UK hypocritical on Bahrain rights abuses: Colin Cavell

interview with Colin Cavell, an author and lecturer from Bluefield, to discuss the worsening political situation in Bahrain
16:00 - 2015/01/22
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Violence against blacks reflects division in US society

Press TV has conducted an interview with Frank Emspak, a political activist, about a recent tense traffic stop in the US state of New Jersey ending with the killing of a black man by police.
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