The newly-discovered, 3,500-year-old tomb of an ancient Egyptian soldier was unveiled in Luxor on Thursday, April 18, marking World Heritage Day.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan says his country attaches great importance to its ties with Iran, and he will seek closer relations between the two neighbors during his upcoming visit to the Islamic Republic.
Iran celebrates its National Army Day with large-scale military parades across the country, showcasing its latest achievements in the defense sector.
Tehran and Ankara have voiced opposition to the US sanctions against Iran as well as Washington’s terror blacklisting of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps while reaffirming the need to bolster bilateral ties.
The plucky and the unlucky tried to wolf down as many Carolina Reaper peppers - the spiciest in the world - as they could in a minute at a food-eating contest in New York on Sunday.
Paris’s Notre-Dame Cathedral has gone up in flames, leaving the nation awestruck and prompting fears that the historic structure could suffer unprecedented damage.
Iraq’s Harakat Hezbollah al-Nujaba, a major Shia resistance group, provided the flood-stricken people in Iran’s southwestern villages near Ahvaz and Hamidiyeh with constructional services and foodstuffs.
Masked Israeli settlers have been caught on camera attacking a Palestinian family in the occupied West Bank with rocks.
People in the Russian peninsular region of Crimea have got a chance for the first time to see and touch the S-400 missile defense systems, two days after Russia held defensive military drills in the region.
Iranians have held nationwide rallies to express support for the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) following US blacklisting of the popular force.