Iran has called the U.S. decision to appoint former UN Ambassador John Bolton as national-security adviser “a matter of shame” and a sign that Washington hopes to overthrow the government in Tehran.
A conservative cleric tells police to treat women respectfully on the issue of proper hijab but to be tough on anti-hijab protesters.
As the year on the Iranian calendar came to an end on March 20, Iranian daily newspapers generally expressed disappointment on the state of the country’s economy in their end of the year editions.
Ten thousand families live under tents or live in ad hoc huts, shacks and hovels across Iran, the Statistical Center of the Islamic Republic announced in a report published on Tuesday, March 20.
Nearly 25,000 people have participated in an on-line poll launched by Radio Farda, on its website and Telegram channel, to identify the Newsmaker of the Year [Iranian year 1396].
Top Iranian military commanders have warned coaches and athletes not to discuss the ban on competition with Israeli athletes.
Iran's president Rouhani says everyone should listen to the country's protesters and not distort their message.
Enraged farmers invaded a Friday Prayer ceremony in the city of Isfahan and, as a sign of anger, turned their backs on the prayer leader.
Hopes of freeing Iran’s Green Movement leaders from house arrest before the Iranian new year beginning March 21 have been dashed, deputy parliament speaker Ali Motahari said on March 16.
On March 16, 1988 the Iran-Iraq War was already going on for eight years. According to eyewitness around eleven o'clock Iraqi Migs and Mirage jet fighters started bombing the city of Halabja in Northern Iraq.
The chairman of Tehran City Council and a council member have confirmed receiving the resignation letter of reformist Mayor Mohammad-Ali Najafi amid conflicting reports of his decision to step down.