In his first public meeting in sic months, Iran's Supreme Leader met Iraq's visiting prime minister and vowed revenge for the killing of Qassem Soleimani.
Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif visited Moscow July 21 offering a new long-term cooperation agreement to Russia.
High profile suspects in corruption cases in Iran with connections to the ruling establishment often spend little time in prison and flee the country.
Iran's hardliner-dominated Guardian Council wants to expand its powers further by getting involved in drafting legislation and removing lawmakers.
The Jewish community in Argentina insists Iran and Hezbollah must be held accountable for the 1994 bombing of the Jewish center in Buenos Aires.
Iran executed a man accused of being a spy, while millions of people on social media have been campaigning to stop the death penalty in the country.
Iran has stopped the execution process for three young protesters who have received death sentences. Popular anger may have played a role.
A senior member of the National Coronavirus Combat Taskforce says "herd immunity" is "an incompetent theory".
Will world powers reach a compromise over the Iran arms embargo, set to expire in October? The U.S., its allies, Russia and China are negotiating.
The Iranian government has for the first time reacted to the "Stop Executions in Iran" hashtag that has been used by more than 10 million Twitter users.
Two award-winning students in Iran arrested in April have been interrogated in public to confess, sister of one of the detainees has revealed.
Iran's government has dealt with the COVID-19 crisis from the prism of regime's interests rater than the well-being of the people and national interests.