Thirty-nine Iranian and international human rights organizations have called for the term extension of the UN Special Rapporteur for Human Rights on Iran.
The attack by the Chief of the Islamic Propaganda Organization on Instagram in an open session of the Iranian Parliament on Sunday has worried many Iranians that plans are being made to block the platform.
A Radio Farda article showing ties between Russian and Iranian intelligence services has angered Moscow's ambassador in Tehran.
New U.S. sanctions on Syria’s crumbling economy are set to come into effect on June 17 in an attempt to deprive Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his backers any benefits from a military victory.
The situation of COVID-19 pandemic in Iran appears to be deteriorating with 115 deaths and 2,563 new cases during the past day
A governor in Iran completely denied a widely reported massacre of protesters in November 2019 in the marshlands near the city of Mahshahr.
The UN nuclear watchdog, IAEA wants fuller access to inspect nuclear sites in Iran, while Tehran insists it is already fully cooperating.
Protesters in Tehran gathered on June 14 to protest for irregularities in a special exchange rate managed by the central bank.
Iran says it may take legal action to free billions of dollars of its oil money frozen in South Korea's banks due to U.S. sanctions.
Iran is complaining about loss of oil revenues due to sanctions while its foreign policy and economic system is holding back foreign investments and modern technologies.
Tehran has dismissed a United Nations report presented by the secretary general about the Iranian origin of missiles used in strikes against Saudi Aramco oil processing plants in May 2019.
A Romanian court on June 12 postponed the extradition of Gholamreza Mansouri to Iran. The judge and former prosecutor is wanted by Iran for corruption.