The World Resources Institute's (WRI) latest report says that Iran, along with Israel, Lebanon, and Qatar, are struggling with an "extraordinary water crisis."
Iran’s conservative prosecutor-general once again has voiced his opposition to women attending live football matches, dismissing a deadline by FIFA to force Iran to scrap the ban,
Iran's ex-president condemns inaction by Rouhani and parliament for illegal arrests of journalists, demands constitutional protest.
In an open letter to the Islamic Republic's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, fourteen women's rights activists have called upon him to step down and pave the way for a transition towards a new political system for Iran.
The international football association FIFA has set a deadline for Iran to allow women to enter sports arenas and watch men's soccer games without hindrance.
The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has once again urged Iranians to have more babies amid economic and social crisis.
Nearly 1600 under-fifteen-year-old girls married in the last Iranian calendar year (ending March 20, 2019), in the province of Hamadan, western Iran.
UAE foreign minister says his country and Saudi Arabia prefer a political approach to Iran. Is this a sign of lessening tensions in the Persian Gulf?
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif who was sanctioned by the United States Treasury Department on July 30, was invited to the White House during his trip in mid-July to the U.S., The New Yorker reported.
Iran's leaders have relished a strategic relationship with China, but America is a much more important trading partner for Beijing. Khamenei's motto of "Looking to East" seems to be a failed policy.
Three women held in custody for "disrespecting compulsory hijab," or the so-called Islamic dress code, have been sentenced to a total of 55 years and six months.
The attorneys defending imprisoned labor activists, Ms. Sepideh Qolyan and Esmaeil Bakhshi have called for a public trial of their clients.