Canada and four other countries are still trying to pressure Iran to release the flight recorders from a Ukrainian passenger plane shot down in January over Tehran, Transport Minister Marc Garneau says.
Iran's interior minister for the first time in seven months has mentioned a low number for protesters killed in November without any evidence or details.
U.S. chief diplomat for Iran Brian Hook explains the State Department's Fact Sheet detailing Iran's terror-related activities in an interview with Radio Farda.
Iran's central government has done little to fight huge wildfires devastating nature reserves in four provinces, while local people don't have the equipment to do the job.
Iran has completely lifted all coronavirus restrictions across the country while according to health officials infections still remain high at more than 2,000 new cases every day.
The Chairman of FCC has suggested that Iran Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei's tweets against Israel violate Twitter rules about glorifying violence.
Those to aspire to succeed Iran's Supreme Leader have to fight tough battles with rivals that can pave their way to fall from grace.
Police have arrested a 34-year old man who ran away with a 13-year-old girl in Iran, on charges of kidnapping, after the father of the girl beheaded her in an act of “honor killing”.
Iranian media are hailing fuel shipments to Venezuela as a victory for the Islamic republic and a defeat for the United States, which has imposed crippling sanctions on Tehran and Caracas.
For the first time, an IRGC general becomes Speaker of Iran's parliament, with several corruption cases overshadowing his record.
It is more obvious than any time before that Iran's newly elected parliament will do the bidding of the country's Supreme Leader and will be tough with the president.
An letter allegedly sent by Iran's president to the United States in 2003 has again been brought up in Iran by hardliners as a tool to attack reformists.