In an interview, the head of Iran’s atomic agency seems to have suggested Tehran has used the JCPOA to develop its nuclear capabilities.
A New World Order is beginning to tyrannize America, and Donald Trump is encouraging the globalists responsible to do even more of the same.
Conor McGregor's manager has spoken out after a New York Times article suggested Irish police were investigating the fighter for sexual assault.
Despite only announcing his retirement nine days ago, it looks as though Conor McGregor might not be putting his fighting days behind him after all.
The extent to which the Islamic State has re-established itself in a country where it was supposedly defeated is testament to its resilience and to the appeal of its extremist ideology.
The tobacco industry’s carbon footprint is greater than that of entire countries, such as Israel or Peru.
Last summer was one for the ages; the sun never seemed to set, beer gardens were always full and more importantly, England were bringing it home.
In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Ahmad Alhendawi, the secretary-general of the World Organization of the Scout Movement and former UN youth envoy.
The Gates Foundation says it is learning from past mistakes. Its history shows that it has learned to repeat them.
A new report on the scale and extent of sexual abuse and exploitation in the aid sector should come as no surprise, says Jacqui Hunt of Equality Now.