Iranian parliament’s legal affairs commission has decided not to separate the country’s prison system from the Judiciary, a proposed reform that could have helped legal and humanitarian protection for prisoners.
The Saudi cabinet on Tuesday condemned what it called its rival Iran's "deception" over its nuclear program, after Tehran's decision to re-start atomic activities at one of its key sites.
Another Iranian war veteran injured in the deadly eight-year war with Iraq (1980-88) set himself on fire and died, Qom News website reported.
President Emmanuel Macron of France says he had an “excellent telephone discussion” with the U.S. President Donald Trump, concerning Iran, Syria and other issues.
Israel attacked two leaders of the Islamic Jihad; in Gaza and in Damascus.
Protests in southwestern Iran that started Sunday evening because of a local poet’s death in hospital, continued Monday during his funeral services.
Iran has begun enriching uranium at its underground Fordow site in the latest breach of its deal with major powers, the U.N. nuclear watchdog confirmed on Monday.
Iranian President Hassan Rohani, in a thinly veiled appeal to hard-liners, says staying in a 2015 nuclear deal with world powers will allow Tehran to restart weapons sales and purchases abroad.
The speaker of Iran’s parliament has denied reports that he will not run for a parliament seat in the upcoming elections in February 2020.
The head of Iran's nuclear program told The Associated Press on Monday that the country is now producing more low-enriched uranium daily, after restarting an underground lab.
The governor of Yazd, where Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani was heckled on Sunday, says the protest was an organized effort, without saying who was behind it.
The conservative rivals of President Hassan Rouhani escalated the political infighting in Iran on Sunday, November 10, by accusing him of being "short-tempered."