Tehran’s police chief has announced that a group of young people set fire to the door of a mosque and attacked a number of banks “under the influence of an atmosphere created by the internet and satellite television channels.”
Three hundred verdicts have been issued against the United States in different courts of law in the province of Tehran, the head of the provincial justice department has announced.
U.S. President Donald Trump will make an announcement this week on an "overall Iran strategy," including whether to decertify the international deal curbing Tehran's nuclear program, the White House said on Tuesday.
Baha'i poet Mahvash Sabet, who was jailed for nearly a decade in Iran, has been selected as the 2017 International Writer of Courage.
As the deadline approaches for President Donald Trump to announce his administration’s position regarding Iran and the 2015 nuclear deal, the rhetoric from the Islamic Republic becomes louder.
The Kremlin says an agreement to sell Russian missiles to Saudi Arabia does not pose a threat to any other country.
The family of an Iranian-British woman serving a five-year prison sentence in Tehran for allegedly plotting to topple the Iran's clerical establishment says a new case has been opened against her.
France, Russia, China and Germany all have expressed concern over the possible toughening of the United States position towards Iran and the 2015 nuclear deal.