Police disperse people protesting to recoup their lost investments.
American aid worker Mary MacMakin has been living on and off in Afghanistan for the past 50 years, and she has no intention of leaving anytime soon.
Iran’s vice president and head of the Environmental Protection Organization, Massoumeh Ebtekar has warned of the deteriorating condition of some of the country’s wetlands to “dangerous” levels because of Turkish dams.
The Islamic Republic’s biggest adversaries in the Middle East, Israel and Saudi Arabia are reportedly in secret talks to start official economic ties, according to the Times of London.
Helmut Kohl served as chancellor of West Germany from 1982 to 1990, and of a reunited Germany to 1998, the longest-serving German chancellor since Otto von Bismarck.
Iran's support to Shi'ite groups in Iraq is obstructing efforts to bridge the sectarian divide ahead of a parliamentary election next year, Iraqi Vice President Iyad Allawi said on Friday.
The U.S Senate voted on Thursday for legislation that will impose new sanctions on Russia and Iran. The upper chamber of Congress passed the measure 98-2.
President Hassan Rouhani has described the May 19 election as an expression of “our national glory to the whole world” trying to strengthen his claim to a popular mandate.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is holding a televised question-and-answer session, the latest edition of a heavily stage-managed annual show broadcast live by Russia's main state networks.
Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson told House Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday, June 14, that the United States policy towards Iran is based on support of internal forces who can bring about peaceful change.