An interview with Cyrus Vafadari, son of Karan Vafadari imprisoned in Iran on dubious charges.
The former prosecutor-general of Tehran, Said Mortazavi, was officially sentenced February 28 to two years in prison for his role in the 2009 deaths of student protestors while at a detention center near the capital.
Russia's president used a major preelection speech to present an array of advanced weapons -- many of them nuclear-capable -- that he claims usher in a new international era.
The chairman of the influential Assembly of Experts and Guardian Council of the Islamic Republic has joined the chorus of conservatives in Iran who say the country’s ruling system is beloved by the people.
A conservative member of Iran’s parliament has accused a faction of the Gonabadi dervishes of espionage and collaboration with U.S. and Israeli intelligence services.
Women in Iran have been allowed to attend a men's sporting event in Tehran for the first time in years -- and social media applauds.
In the heat of momentous labor protests and debate over setting a minimum wage, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has accused “enemies” of fomenting discord among Iran’s work force.
Criticizing Iran’s hardliners for supporting the Islamization of universities, Rouhani said: “There is no Islamic mathematics, physics, or chemistry.”
The Islamic Republic of Iran has recently raised the prospect of designing and building nuclear reactors for merchant ships and submarines.
The government of President Hassan Rouhani wants to unblock the social media website Twitter.
Two senior clerics, officially recognized as grand ayatollahs and sources of emulation by Iran, have compared dervishes to the so-called Islamic State (IS), Daesh militants.