Who will run in Iran's presidential elections in 2021? Iranian media speculate about more than a dozen people and there are some less-discussed names.
Iran, creaking under the impact of U.S. sanctions, a collapse in oil sales and a severe COVID-19 epidemic, is scrambling to buy food and medicine to avoid a supply crunch. But it's a struggle.
Iran's military tried to present the military drills in the Persian Gulf as a big accomplishment but contradictions and uncertainties revealed themselves.
While China's customs data show no oil imports from Iran in June 2020, Radio Farda is told three tankers have reached China with Iranian oil.
Iran's hardliners want to hold religious mourning ceremonies in September although the coronavirus pandemic shows no sign of a slowdown.
Iranian media on July 28 reported that the Revolutionary Guard has fired a Cruise missile at the replica of a U.S. aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf.
Some Iranian newspapers are optimistic about the prospect of a Joe Biden win in U.S. presidential election as a reprieve for Iran and an end to sanctions.
The Cabinet Spokesman of the administration of President Hassan Rouhani, has been hospitalized after testing positive for coronavirus.
Iran's Supreme Court has handed over the ownership of part of Mount Damavand to an organization under the direct supervision of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.
Iran's Exiled Prince Reza Pahlavi on the 40th anniversary of his father's death lamented about how many Iranians heve plunged into poverty.
More questions emerge about the incident with an Iranian airliner intercepted by U.S. forces over Syria. Some in Iran demand legal action.
U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley visited Israel July 24 and discussed threats posed by Iran with Israeli military leaders.