State-run PressTV reports 60 passengers and six crew were on board the Aseman flight from Tehran to Yasuj.
Two youths killed, two others wounded, in series of attacks, following border blast that wounded four Israeli soldiers.
FBI spending too much time on Russia investigation instead of preventing Florida school shooting, US president says.
More than 1,000 people rally in central Sofia to pay tribute to ultra-nationalist leader Hristo Lukov, who died in 1943.
Crimean Tatars fear the Kremlin, after annexation, is chipping away at identity of the 250,000-strong Muslim ethnicity.
Hundreds of people rally in Florida for stricter gun control laws in the aftermath of a deadly school shooting.
How will PM Hailemariam Desalegn's resignation affect the future of Africa's second most populous country, Ethiopia?
Russian foreign minister dismisses accusations of Moscow interference in the 2016 US presidential as 'blabber'.
At least 13 people die, including three children, when a minister's helicopter crash-landed on way to quake epicentre.
An upcoming ICJ decision on the status of the Chagos Islands may upset both the UK and Mauritius.
Defence minister says measure includes ban on dissemination of publications that 'could incite and sow discord'.
The attack, which killed at least 19 people, took place at a fish market close to Maiduguri in northeast Nigeria.
Speaking at Munich Security Conference, UK PM calls for continuation of European security cooperation even after Brexit.
People allegedly paid to attend meeting on sanctioning Qatar, organised by the Saudi-led bloc in Munich.
Special anti-terrorism court in Lahore convicts accused Mohammad Imran Ali of rape and murder of seven-year-old girl.
For destroyed communities, trauma persists 10 years after Kosovo declared independence.
Maria Stavropoulou, who recently stepped down from the Greek Asylum Service, on European bureaucracy.
Mixed reactions follow announcement of event for first time in the kingdom, with a combined prize of more than $270,000.
The grave state of affairs in Italy ahead of the elections is yet another sign that European democracy is in crisis.
Another winter storm is set to bring extreme conditions to the Levant and neighbours.
Freedom Party to pay compensation to Muslim Youth Austria for accusing it of 'spearheading Islamist ideologies'.
Brazil's President Michel Temer signs an emergency decree for the armed forces to take over policing in Rio de Janeiro.
In comments to major security conference, Sheikh Tamim denounces 'aggressive' blockade imposed by four Arab countries.
The state of emergency declaration comes a day after Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn resigned amid social unrest.
Turkey demands US 'turn words into actions' as Pentagon continues to back Syrian Kurdish YPG in fight against ISIL.
On a visit to Turkey, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson hopes to ease anger over US support for Syrian-Kurdish YPG.
Ethiopia is at a critical political juncture, analysts say, after the snap resignation of the country's prime minister.
Hailemariam Desalegn's resignation comes amid political crisis and lingering unrest in the Horn of Africa country.
Nineteen-year-old ex-student who allegedly opened fire with AR-15 rifle charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder.
Embattled South African president announces decision to step down ahead of scheduled no-confidence vote against him.
South African president says ruling ANC has not given him an adequate reason why he should leave office.
Ruling ANC party to table motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma on Thursday.
Members of the prominent family are accused of using friendship with President Zuma to amass wealth.
Minister Ayelet Shaked says keeping Israel's Jewish majority is justified, even 'at the price' of rights violations.
Tillerson's comments come during donor conference in Kuwait to support reconstruction and stabilisation efforts in Iraq.
ANC's National Executive Committee says Zuma's removal 'should be treated with urgency', but no deadline is set.
Egypt's ex-top auditor says former army chief Anan possesses secret documents that would incriminate people in power.