Iran has admitted it shot down a Ukrainian airliner by accident on Wednesday. President Hassan Rouhani said the incident was a “terrible catastrophe.” Follow here for the latest updates.
The US and Iran appear to have stepped away from the brink of full-blown conflict, after trading military strikes in recent days, but tensions remain high. Follow here for the latest updates.
Iran unintentionally shot down the Ukrainian plane that crashed near Tehran this week, killing 176 people, the nation’s state media reported.
Iranian riot police used tear gas to disperse thousands of protesters in Tehran’s Azadi Square Sunday, as public fury escalates over Iran’s accidental shooting down of a Ukrainian passenger plane, killing all 176 people on board.
Oman named a new ruler Saturday, hours after it announced the death of Sultan Qaboos bin Said, state media reported.
This new decade’s consequential first weeks began with the United States openly targeting and killing a foreign military leader for the first time since World War II. They ended with the tragic, unintended cost of conflict — Iran admitting it mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet, killing all 176 […]
Anti-government protesters took to the streets of Iran Saturday after Tehran admitted that it mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet, killing 176 people.
Palestinian rights activists and advocacy groups are calling on “Jeopardy!” to apologize after stating that the Church of the Nativity is in Israel and not the Palestinian territories.
Apologies from Iranian leaders over the downing of an airliner last week have done little to quell mass anti-government protests spreading across the country.
The 176 victims onboard the Boeing 737 flight that crashed after takeoff from Tehran on Wednesday hailed from various countries.
Iran’s sole female Olympic medalist, Kimia Alizadeh, has announced that she’s permanently left her country for Europe.
United States troops at the Al-Asad air base in Iraq were aware that an Iranian attack was imminent, allowing them to take shelter two-and-a-half-hours before missiles struck on Wednesday, CNN has been told during an exclusive tour of the devastated site.
Read CNN’s Fast Facts about Ayad Allawi, Iraq’s Interim Prime Minister from June 2004 to April 2005.
As the US and Iranian governments strode towards what seemed like inevitable conflict over the past week, ordinary Iranians and Americans turned to memes to cope with the uncertainty.