Acclaimed Iranian director Jafar Panahi was released on bail Friday, two days after going on hunger strike to protest his imprisonment last summer, his supporters said.
Jafar Panahi, an Iranian director, has been released from prison two days after starting a hunger strike. Panahi's original sentence dates back to 2011.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy tells Fox News' Trey Yingst he believes Russia's anticipated offensive has already begun in the east.
Australia has decided it's had enough of the British monarchy - at least on its dollar bills. The country will replace the last of its banknotes featuring the late Queen Elizabeth II with something much closer to home.
The global chemical watchdog accused the Syrian air force of dropping chlorine gas on the town of Duoma in 2018. Syria dismissed the organization's statement.
North Korea incensed by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's comments committing to further cooperation with South Korea on conventional, nuclear and missile defense capabilities.
Jafar Panahi, an imprisoned Iranian film director, has announced he is going on a hunger strike. Panahi was detained after speaking out against Iran's theocracy.
The benefits of a mind altering drug called ayahuasca are still being studied. Psychedelic churches across the United States use the substance as a sacrament.
Jerusalem — Israel's West Bank settler population now makes up more than half a million people, a pro-settler group said Thursday, crossing a major threshold. Settler leaders predicted even faster population growth under Israel's new ultranationalist government. The report, by WestBankJewishPopulationStats.com and based on official figures, showed the settler population grew to 502,991 as of Jan. 1, rising more than 2.5% in 12 months and nearly 16% over the last five years. "We've reached a huge hallmark," said Baruch Gordon, the director of the group and a resident of the Beit El settlement. "We're here to stay."
Missiles hit the city of Kramatorsk hours before President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia was expected to address a ceremony honoring the Soviet triumph in World War II.
A team of 15 policy commissioners led by EU President Ursula von der Leyen traveled to Kyiv, Ukraine, on Thursday. They hope to boost relations with the country.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson calls out Lindsey Graham's remarks and compares them to his support of Trump on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.'
Iran and Russia have signed an agreement to integrate their countries' respective banking systems in order to bypass Western sanctions.
U.S. Central Command on Jan. 15 seized thousands of rifles, nearly 600,000 rounds of ammunition and nearly two dozen anti-tank missiles en route from Iran to Yemen.
A young couple have been sentenced by an Iranian court to more than a decade in prison each after posting a video of themselves dancing in front of a major Tehran landmark, according to a U.S.-based human rights group and Britain's BBC News.
Pope Francis hosted a Mass before an estimated 1 million people in Congo. Francis urged the people to forgive those who have harmed them.
Yangon — Streets emptied and shops closed in protest across Myanmar on Wednesday, the second anniversary of the coup that toppled Aung San Suu Kyi's government, with the junta extending a state of emergency and delaying new elections. Myanmar has been in turmoil since the military's power grab and bloody crackdown on dissent, which has sparked fighting across the country and tanked the economy.
President Biden may end up meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy during an upcoming trip to Poland that some have speculated could coincide with the one year anniversary of Russia's invasion.
French special forces operators boarded an Iranian smuggling vessel bound for Yemen this month, uncovering thousands of assault rifles and 20 anti-tank guided missiles.
A surge in Russian artillery barrages and a buildup of troops could be the beginning of a new push by Moscow in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine, President Zelensky says.
The European Parliament's legal affairs committee unanimously voted to lift the protective immunity of two lawmakers who are allegedly linked to a major corruption scandal.
Michigan man Ibraheem Izzy Musaibli was convicted of providing material support to ISIS following a nine-day trial and just four hours of jury deliberation.
Perth, Australia — Authorities in Western Australia on Wednesday recovered a tiny but dangerous radioactive capsule that fell off a truck while being transported along an 870-mile highway last month in what an official said was like finding a needle in a haystack.
National security alarm bells are ringing due to Iran’s warlike saber-rattling and terrorism in Latin America, prompting a warning from some in Congress.
Part of Moscow’s strategy appears to be overwhelming Ukrainian defenses with waves of soldiers as it tries to gain its first significant victory in months.
Four suspects believed to have been involved in the July 7, 2021 assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse have been transferred to the United States from Haiti, federal authorities said Tuesday. Two of the suspects were among the first to be arrested in connection with the slaying.
Boris Johnson, the former prime minister of the United Kingdom, joined 'Special Report' following a visit with congressional leaders and a trip to Ukraine.