Representative of Iranian supreme leader warns Azerbaijan to not “play with the lion’s tail”.
Kyrgyz investigation, meanwhile, adds former Centerra Gold leading executives to wanted list.
“The world has entered a new era,” says Iranian president. “Hegemony and unilateralism are failing. The international balance is moving toward multilateralism and redistribution of power to the benefit of independent countries.”
Media investigation raises curtain on Orient Group, founded by brother of president's son in-law.
Tactic may be designed to up pressure on Yerevan to permit a route that would enable Azerbaijanis to reach their Nakhchivan exclave via Armenian territory.
The move appears to be part of a steadily increasing effort by Baku to exert control over the road in southern Armenia that passes through pockets of Azerbaijan-controlled territory.
US think tank’s conclusion does not, however, address the time it would take Tehran to assemble a deliverable weapon on a missile warhead.
Tehran concerned at how special forces from Turkey linked up with Azerbaijani counterparts.
Islamic Republic applied to join as far back as 2008 but sanctions have hindered its path. Move to obtain membership may still meet additional obstacles.
Hundreds descend on Pakistani Embassy. Iranian foreign ministry says reports Islamabad bombed Panjshir Valley resistance forces are under investigation.
Intense fighting continues in the northern Afghanistan province of Panjshir, where rebel forces are resisting the Taliban takeover.
Carrier to serve as budget alternative of Uzbekistan Airways in "hybrid model".
Canadian miner Centerra Gold claims evidence of irregular water flows down pit walls. Officials respond that an attempt is under way to undermine their reputation.
Police say their court-approved snooping was wholly justified.
European officials aware that 2015 migrant crisis reshaped global politics quick to offer Afghanistan’s neighbours millions to at least temporarily host people who have fled the Taliban.
Eggs of Artemia extensively used in aquaculture as they can be hatched on demand to provide live feed for larval fish and crustaceans.
Any additional refugees coming into Turkey will further damage the popularity of president Erdogan in a country under heavy economic pressure, points out Fadi Hakura.
Culture of research and international funding that began with the demise of the first Taliban government could quickly disappear under the second, academics worry.
More than a 1,000 people evacuated from nearby settlements. It is the country’s second such incident in two years.
Horrific scenes after suicide bombers detonate devices in crowds thronging entrance to airport.