A branch of Iran’s Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence of a Kurdish citizen, his lawyer said in an exclusive interview with Radio Farda’s Mahtab Vahidi Rad.
Moscow says Syrian air defenses intercepted the majority of the missiles launched in a U.S.-led strike. Washington says the mission hit every target.
An Iranian resident of Sweden, Kamran Ghaderi, who started his march for Iran’s Freedom about a year ago in Stockholm has been detained after entering his homeland.
Tehran’s firebrand Friday Prayer leader has lambasted those who compare today’s Iran with the period that Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi reigned over the country.
France's Cannes film festival has made a show of support for dissident directors in Iran and Russia in unveiling its selection of films to compete for the festival's Palme d'Or prize.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called upon Iran’s authorities to immediately release a human rights activist who is suffering medical complications resulting from a hunger strike.
A prominent Iranian economist says 33 percent of the country’s population live in absolute poverty, and six percent are starving.
Iran denies any connection between the imprisonment of an Iraninan-British mother in Tehran and the UK’s four-decade-old debt to Iran, after Radio Farda aired an interview with her husband alleging the contrary.
The Tehran City Council rejected the resignation of Mayor Mohammad Ali Najafi on April 8.
A hardline Iranian cleric claims that President Rouhani’s government intends to filter the messaging app Telegram and put the blame on the Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
The imperiled Lake Urmia in northwestern Iran has shrunk further, losing another 23 square kilometers (roughly nine square miles) of its surface area within a year, local media reported.