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UN approves resolution to probe Duterte's 'war on drugs'

Human rights council approves resolution seeking comprehensive report on situation in the Philippines within a year. → Read More

Amnesty to UN: Probe Duterte's 'crimes against humanity'

Rights group blasts Philippine police abuses as former top enforcer defends recent deadly raid saying 's**t happens'. → Read More

Duterte attempting to 'silence political opponents': Report

Southeast Asian parliamentary group calls out Philippine leader's 'unprecedented crackdown' on opposition politicians. → Read More

Iran: Supreme leader's legacy debated 30 years after his death

For young Iranians, economic strife and conservatism taint the legacy of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and his revolution. → Read More

Iran warns Pakistan to crack down on Jaish al-Adl

Revolutionary Guard commander says if Pakistan fails to take action at once, Iran will take its own 'revenge'. → Read More

40 years on: Khomeini's return from exile and the Iran revolution

Return 40 years ago a key moment in revolution's success, paving way for Iran to recast its regional role and alliances. → Read More

Is Trump baiting Iran into an armed confrontation?

Analysts warn of heightened probability of conflict with Iran as 'hardliners' take control of Trump's foreign policy. → Read More

How can Iran bypass US sanctions?

US Secretary of State Pompeo said Trump administration 'fully prepared' to counter Iran's effort to circumvent hurdles. → Read More

US issues exceptions as sanctions on Iran loom

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo vows 'maximum pressure' days before oil and gas sanctions kick in. → Read More

Indonesia earthquake: In Palu disaster, grief has no religion

Powerful temblor triggered a cascade of disasters, including a deadly tsunami and widespread liquefaction on Sulawesi. → Read More

Escape from Xinjiang: Muslim Uighurs speak of China persecution

Testimonies by Muslim Uighurs who escaped Xinjiang confirm reports of 'systematic campaign of human rights violations'. → Read More

Iran's only Jewish hospital grapples with fallout of US sanctions

As access to life-saving medicines becomes restricted, hospitals worry about future of their most vulnerable patients. → Read More

Iran's Mossadegh 'would have negotiated with Donald Trump'

Analysts say 1953 US-led coup against Iran's first elected leader altered path to democracy and damaged diplomatic ties. → Read More

A day in the life of a Tehran currency trader

As economic woes and political uncertainty drive down the rial's value, monetary speculators are winning the game. → Read More

The art of the Iranian deal: How Trump can talk to Tehran

Iranian experts say US needs to deliver confidence-building measures for Tehran to open its doors to negotiations. → Read More

What US sanctions against Iran will snap back on Tuesday?

Sanctions reimposed on Tuesday target activities such as aeroplane purchases and exports of carpets and pistachios. → Read More

On third anniversary, survival of Iran nuclear deal in question

Sanctions to hit Iran starting in August after US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the 2015 agreement. → Read More

Iran, Instagram and the case of dancing teen Maedeh Hojabri

Religious scholar says airing confession puts a 'stain' on teenager's family, but one analyst urges respect of rules. → Read More

What's at stake if trading at Strait of Hormuz is disrupted?

Iran hints that it could retaliate against US sanctions by disrupting trade at world's busiest oil transit lane. → Read More

Iran warns nuclear deal in 'ICU'; exit likely in 'coming weeks'

Iran deputy foreign minister tells remaining JCPOA signatories in Vienna meeting that Tehran's patience is running out. → Read More