A Turkish court has rejected an appeal for American Christian pastor Andrew Brunson, who has already spent almost two years in prison on terrorism and espionage charges, to be released from house arrest.
Iranian documentary film 'Weavers of Imagination', directed by Mohammad-Sadeq Jafari, will be screened in the competition section of the 26th American Psychological Association Film Festival in San Francisco, the US.
After three hours of paperwork, Katy Rodriguez from El Salvador, who was deported from the US, finally exited the government’s immigration facilities together with her young son and embraced family members who were waiting outside.
Using an innovative initiative, Latin American researchers from academia, government agencies and businesses leaders identified priority research questions for the region to tackle pressing environmental quality issues.
A new study tried to redefine the causes of Alzheimer's disease (AD), arguing that it is likely triggered by the failure of a system that clears wastes from the brain and begins decades before memories fade.
Many US citizens and residents who traveled to Iraq and Syria to fight alongside terrorist groups remain a potential threat to the United States and could recruit future generations of extremists, according to a new study.
The United States has military bases in around 150 countries, some of which are not officially classed as American bases and some are not formally acknowledged by the US. The number of bases in total exceeds 1,000 worldwide, many of them are located in the Middle East.
US President Donald Trump frequently casts his first year in office as a string of successes and campaign promises fulfilled. But less than a quarter of Americans think Trump has made good on the pledges he made to voters while running for president, according to a new poll by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.