The U.S.'s two bogeymen of the moment may hang out next year.
Ajnad Misr sees its new designation as a "blessing."
The district magistrate has demanded an immediate inquiry into shoddy construction work.
“Our children complain that some teachers tell them: why does your father say this and that?” his wife explained.
Iranians on social media hope the thaw between Washington and Havana has positive implications for their own country.
It's a sign of the Islamic Republic's embrace of the country's much-diminished Jewish population
It's something else altogether.
Nine-year-old jokingly observes that China's president might like to lose some weight, but censors don't get the joke.
The Russian president discussed the economy, Ukraine and his love life.
The journalist wasn't drunk.