A senior ayatollah in Iran who was one of the voting members when Ali Khamenei became Supreme Leader in 1989, reminisces about the selection.
The son-in-law of former Industries Minister Mohammad-Reza Nematzadeh who was on trial in a 6.6 billion euro corruption case has escaped the country.
Labor strikes continued in Iran for the second consecutive day among oil and gas industry workers on August 2, protesting working conditions and unpaid wages.
Iran wants to build a second "national museum" under the tomb of Ayatollah Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic.
Corruption at Tehran municipality was much deeper than previously known, says a city council member, reaching illegal privatization of 2,000 properties.
A wave of labor strikes hit Iran on August 1, affecting different industrial sectors but most importantly the oil and gas sector.
Iran's intelligence says it has seized an individual who is the leader of a monarchist known to have plotted violent acts against the Islamic Republic.
Police in Iran complain they do not have enough manpower to enforce hijab rules in the streets, as one province promises free houses to those who excel in enforcement.
Iran's ruler Ali Khamenei has once again rejected negotiations with the United States and has predicted the downfall the U.S. political system.
Amnesty International on July 31 released leaked ignored letters from Iran's Prisons Organization to the Health Ministry for coronavirus aid to prisons.
Amid a surge in the number of coronavirus infections, Iranian President Hassan Rohani says the mourning ceremonies of the Shi'ite month of Muharram will be held.
A former member of the Iranian parliament received a light punishment after allegations of rape that might have led to the death of a young woman.