Gilas finishes the tournament with a 6-3 record, good for fourth place, after winning the title last year
Gilas Pilipinas aims to finish strong against Iran at 5 pm on Sunday, July 23, in Taipei, Taiwan
Tehran's lead nuclear negotiator speaks of instances where the United States 'delayed in fulfilling their commitments' and 'violated the deal'
The row comes at a time when Kuwait is trying to mediate an end to the Gulf's worst diplomatic crisis in years, after Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia and its allies cut ties with Qatar over accusations it is too close to Shiite Iran and funds extremists
(UPDATED) The exchange of sanctions comes just hours after Washington admitted Tehran was complying with a landmark nuclear deal signed two years ago
(UPDATED) Donald Trump backs away from a campaign promise to scrap a major nuclear security deal with Iran, with officials announcing the agreement and related sanctions relief will stay in place for now
The official news agency of Iran's judiciary identifies the man as Xiyue Wang, a researcher at Princeton University
There is an outpouring of grief from Iranians over her passing, not least because she represented a more globalized and positive image of the country than usually depicted
(UPDATED) The Iranian-born mathematician is the first woman to win the Fields Medal, widely viewed as the Nobel Prize of mathematics
(UPDATED) The decision by Judge Derrick Watson is a victory for opponents of the ban, which the Trump administration says is necessary to keep out terrorists
Hopes of a swift resolution seem as remote as a summer downpour in the desert
Russian delegation head Alexander Lavrentiev says documents outlining how the four safe zones should work 'need finalizing' despite being 'essentially agreed' between the 3 key powerbrokers.
(UPDATED) Hawaii has asked federal district Judge Derrick Watson to clarify the scope of the travel and refugee bans in the Pacific island state
Qatari FM: 'This is contrary to the principles that govern international relations because you can't just present lists of demands and refuse to negotiate'
The incident prompts growing international concern over rising tensions between the the US-led coalition and pro-Syrian-regime forces
The June 18 strike comes after twin attacks in Tehran on June 7 killed 17 people, in the first attacks in the Islamic republic claimed by ISIS
Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani calls for 'dialogue based on clear foundations' over accusations that Qatar supports extremist groups
Philippine troops are battling ISIS-linked terrorists in Marawi City, while last week's attacks in Iran left 17 dead
The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit keeps in place a lower court injunction on the ban, arguing the president has overstepped his authority and his executive order discriminated against travelers based on their nationality
The intelligence ministry says 41 suspects were arrested in Tehran, in the northwestern provinces of Kermanshah and Kurdistan, and in West Azerbaijan, near the borders with Iraq and Turkey.
The 6 attackers struck at Iran's most potent symbols: its parliament complex in central Tehran and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini who led the 1979 Islamic revolution
(5th UPDATE) ISIS claims the attacks in a report from its Amaq propaganda agency which said: 'Fighters from the Islamic State attacked the Khomeini mausoleum and the parliament building in Tehran'
Qatar diisolasi oleh sebagian negara Timur Tengah karena dituduh mendukung kelompok teroris
The new International Atomic Energy Agency report shows Iran's nuclear activities remain much reduced, making any push to make an atomic bomb much harder than before the agreement
(4th UPDATE) 'This is a battle between barbaric criminals who seek to obliterate human life, and decent people of all religions who seek to protect it,' says US President Donald Trump
He faces a stark challenge from US President Donald Trump, who is currently visiting Iran's bitter regional rival Saudi Arabia, and has threatened to tear up the nuclear deal and reimpose sanctions
President Hassan Rouhani says his victory shows Iranians' belief in the reinforcement of democracy as the way to ensure security
(UPDATED) Hassan Rouhani frames the election as a choice between greater civil liberties and 'extremism'
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(UPDATED) President Hassan Rouhani faces stiff competition from hardline cleric Ebrahim Raisi who has positioned himself as a defender of the poor and called for a much tougher line with the West
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It marks a significant shift in a country where conservatives have tended to respect bans on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube – leaving reformists a relatively free run on social media
The strong tremor, which struck on Saturday, May 13, also damages as many as 40% of houses in Bojnurd, North Khorasan province
Rouhani is seeking a second four-year term next Friday. He says Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers had ended many sanctions and brought a windfall from renewed oil sales over the past year that could now be invested
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem has rejected any UN role in monitoring the designated areas
The mine will shut for 6 months while an investigation is carried out
So many people came out to take selfies with Reza Parastesh in the western city of Hamedan over the weekend that police rushed him into a station and impounded his car to stop the chaos and clear traffic
The evacuation began days after regime backers Russia and Iran and rebel supporter Turkey signed a deal to implement "de-escalation zones" where the government and opposition will halt hostilities
A US appeals court is set to take on a case that has stymied the administration's controversial efforts to bar travelers from 6 Muslim-majority countries
Iran President Hassan Rouhani says those responsible for the explosion 'must be found and dealt with accordingly, without any exceptions'
A deal signed to create 4 safe zones takes effect
The agreement provides for a ceasefire, a ban on all flights, rapid deliveries of humanitarian aid to the designated areas, and the return of refugees
(UPDATED) The rescue operation at the Zemestan Yort mine is hampered by poisonous gases that filled the tunnels as well as by fears of a further collapse
'Forty workers are trapped in one part of the mine and another 30 to 40 are trapped in another part,' the Fars and ISNA news agencies quote the head of Iran's emergency services, Pir Hossein Kolivand, as saying
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis meets with Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and President Reuven Rivlin
But Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif hits back, saying 'worn-out US accusations can't mask its admission of Iran's compliance' with the deal
The commission also releases guidelines for the debates, telling candidates they are not allowed to 'blacken the image of the country... or the actions of the executive, administrative, legislative or judicial bodies'
The blockage follows the arrest last month of 12 people who ran popular reformist channels on Telegram, ahead of a presidential election next month
(2nd UPDATE) Torrential rain lashes East Azerbaijan province, with state television showing images of flooded houses and cars carried away by the surging water
(UPDATED) President Rouhani faces a tougher than expected battle for a second term on May 19, as criticism mounts over the continued stagnation of the economy