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Ramadan and Quran exhibition in Iran

Over one billion Muslims around the world are now fasting in the month of Ramadan. As it is called the month of fasting, Muslims are obliged to refrain from ... Add a comment
 

US political system unaccountable: Paul Craig Roberts

Paul Craig Roberts, the former assistant secretary of the US Treasury from Atlanta, has joined Press TV's Top 5 to give his insights on the approval rating o... Add a comment
 

Failed policies, destabilizing Israel: E. Michael Jones

Press TV has conducted an interview with E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars Online Magazine, about Israel once again threatening the government of Syri... Add a comment
 

Hundreds march against police brutality in California

Demonstrators have marched to protest against police brutality and show their support for those who have had family members killed by police officers. Organi... Add a comment
 
Press TV has conducted an interview with Scott Rickard, former American intelligence linguist, about Israel once again threatening the Syrian government and ... Add a comment
 

British prime minister caught up in Lobbying row

Questions about the role of lobbyists in British politics are nothing new. Prime Ministers past and present have been beholden to private interests, despite ... Add a comment
 

Opposition predicts forgery in Iraqi Kurdistan's elections

The upcoming elections in Iraq's Kurdistan Region have provoked a lot of controversy. Claims are now emerging that the September parliamentary polls will be ... Add a comment
 
Press TV has conducted an interview with Sabah Jawad, director of the Iraqi Democrats against Occupation from London, to shed more light on the issue of the ... Add a comment
 

EU must slap sanctions on Israeli military: Randy Short

Press TV has conducted an interview with Dr. Randy Short, with the Black Autonomy Network Community Organization, about Israel welcoming the European Union's... Add a comment
 

News Bulletin -- 05:30 GMT

Press TV reports on the latest news headlines from around the world. Follow our Facebook on: http://www.facebook.com/presstvchannel Follow our Twitter on: ht... Add a comment
 

America is in a Constitutional crisis: Mark Mason

Press TV has conducted an interview with Mark Mason, activist and political commentator in San Francisco, about the issue of a court order that allows US Pre... Add a comment
 

Bahrainis resilient to continue revolution: Saeed Shehabi

Press TV has conducted an interview with Saeed Shehabi, with the Bahrain Freedom Movement, about Bahraini forces raiding the houses of anti-regime protesters... Add a comment
 

Critics slam Harper govt. Economic Action Plan ads

Almost every Canadian will have encountered at some point the Harper government's eye-catching Economic Action Plan advertisements. The government claims the... Add a comment
 

EU blacklisting Hezbollah, hypocritical: Eugene Dabbous

Press TV has conducted an interview with Eugene Dabbous, professor at Notre Dame University, about the European Union putting what it calls the military wing... Add a comment
 

Georgia to start new registration of refugees

Georgian government plans to start compulsory recount of its refugees from this August. The internally displaced people, who fail to register anew, will have... Add a comment
 

Precious Plum: A Gator Fight (Ep. 11)

NEXT EPISODE - http://bit.ly/1j0uaPz The one where Plum fights an alligator. See more http://www.collegehumor.com LIKE us on: http://www.facebook.com/college... Add a comment
 

News Bulletin -- 14:30 GMT

Press TV reports on the latest news headlines from around the world. Add a comment
 
Israeli authorities will close the Ibrahim Mosque in Al Khalil Hebron in the occupied West Bank on the most important Muslim religious day in Ramadan. Israel... Add a comment
 

WHO recognizes July 28th as "World Hepatitis Day"

Hepatitis is a medical condition defined as inflammation of the liver. Before World Hepatitis Day, coming up on 28 July, Iran Hepatitis Network, the official... Add a comment
 

Documents to reveal abuses against Canada's Aboriginals

Charlie Nuktie attended a residential school. For him and most of his peers the memory of the school is severely scaring. He recalls one of his first of many... Add a comment
 

Egypt on the edge

When will the violence stop in Egypt? Who is responsible and Why is Israel sending rocket launchers near the Egyptian border? What is the way out of the curr... Add a comment
 

Greece passes law to do away with Sunday holdiays

More than seventeen Greek trade unions have gathered to show their indignation at the government's decision to liberalize the country's trading laws, as dema... Add a comment
 

Iraq can combat terrorism with extra effort: Nabil Mikhail

Press TV has conducted an interview with Nabil Mikhail, professor at George Washington University, about fresh wave of terrorist attacks across Iraq. Add a comment
 
Iraqis are preparing to mark the death anniversary of Imam Ali---the first Shia Imam amid escalation of violence across the country. Add a comment
 

Are the upcoming elections in Mali, too premature?

Mali plans presidential elections later this month - a first since the last year military coup overthrew democratically elected President Amadou Toumani Tour... Add a comment
 

Baby DeFranco's Name and Other Questions!!

Happy New Year, Nation! I haven't done a Q&A in a little while, so I thought I would sit down and A some Qs on my last day of vacation! Thanks for all the qu... Add a comment
 

French suburban town violence raises alarms

For more than two days, the town of Trappes has been under high level police surveillance. This suburban town near the French capital Paris has seen unpreced... Add a comment
 
Press TV's The Debate on Syria's situation turns into a fight between former Iraq war veteran Ken O'Keefe and pro-Zionist Lee Kaplan. You can also watch the ... Add a comment
 

Hezbollah on hit list

The EU finally decides to put Hezbollah on its terror list. The US and Israel are applauding. The Lebanese government has regretted the decision and Hezbolla... Add a comment
 

Report finds British children well-being worst

Being a child is supposed to be all fun and games. But not in Britain. The Children's Society's annual Good Childhood report has found that the wellbeing of ... Add a comment