Protestors block Westminster Bridge over government disability cuts

British Prime Minister Theresa May defends selling arms to Saudi Arabia, citing anti-terrorism efforts

Brazilian President Michel Temer heckled during military parade

US House to vote on 9/11 bill that would allow lawsuits against Saudi Arabia

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe 'seriously concerned' about China's territorial claims

Turkey’s troops and actions could complicate situation in Syria: Russia

Malaysia confirmed first case of Zika in pregnant woman

European Union extends asset freezes, travel bans on Russia over Ukraine conflict

Nigeria’s army detains suspected Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) militants

Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton doesn’t have ‘a presidential look’

MPs urge UK government to stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia amid Yemen war

Iran and France can help end destructive wars in the Middle East: Ali Akbar Velayati

German Chancellor Angela Merkel defends refugee policy despite electoral loss

Saudi Arabia faced with a cash crunch and axing hundreds of projects

Muslim nations must unite against Saudi Arabia's crimes: Iran’s President Hassan Rouhanii

Edward Snowden leaks reveal mystery behind US spying agency, NSA's UK base

UN Security Council warns of ‘further significant measures’ against North Korea

US President Barack Obama nominates first Muslim Abid Riaz Qureshi, to be federal judge

Hillary Clinton’s finger-pointing could make US-Russia ties ‘much worse’