Iraqi Vice President Nouri al-Maliki expressed his gratitude to Iran for its massive supports for the Arab country in the fight against Daesh terrorist group and its major role in the recent liberation of the northern city of Mosul from the terrorists.
Britain's contribution to European security is "unconditional", Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson told a French newspaper, denying the government had made a veiled threat to reduce cooperation if there was no post-Brexit trade deal.
Led by Luke Harrington and Professor David Frame from the New Zealand Climate Change Research Institute, the research measured the likelihood of extreme weather patterns occurring in modern day New Zealand compared to weather patterns in the late 19th century.
The United Nations’ Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura hailed Iran’s “pivotal role” in the Middle East region, describing the Islamic Republic as an “important and influential” country in attempts to help resolve the Syrian crisis.
An encouraging smile, a skeptical frown, a negating shake of the head: body language is very diverse and effective. With the discovery of mirror neurons, brain researchers corroborated its impact by demonstrating how these nerve cells translate the expressions of another person, such as a smile, into one's own experience.
A new Yale-led study published in the journal Nature Communications sheds light on the surprising role that haze in China plays in promoting the urban heat island effect [UHI], a process whereby city centers tend to be significantly warmer than surrounding rural areas.
Turkey will take a more active role in addressing the conflict in Syria in the next six months to prevent the war-torn country being divided along ethnic lines, Turkish Prime Binali Yildirim said on Saturday.
Low levels of inflammation, called parainflammation, play an early role in the development of cancer, including increased mortality in some forms of the disease, researchers in California reported in a new study.
US military officials have admitted to failure of their efforts to “retrain and reunify” Iraq’s regular army and generate enough combat units in a bid to limit the influence of locally-trained volunteer militia forces.