Spokesman of Iran’s parliamentary legal commission has denied that a person arrested in Sweden earlier this month is a former assistant prosecutor involved in mass killings of prisoners in Iran in 1988.
U.S Secretary of State Pompeo talks about details 20,000 messages received from Iran protests.
Iran's former queen Farah Pahlavi expressed her sympathy with the families of the victims of the recent protests in Iran.
Lawmakers and officials speak of large-scale damage in Iran's Fars province during anti-government protests.
Ahmadinejad supporters have recirculated a video of his as "prophetic" prediction of widespread dissatisfaction among people in Iran.
The commander in chief of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards threatened the United States, Britain and Saudi Arabia in a speech during a gathering of regime supporters in Tehran.
Authorities in Iran have announced the arrest of 34 more protesters in three different cities, claiming some of them were local protest leaders or elements who attacked public buildings.
Reports by local media in Iran say former Roads and Urban Development Minister son has been arrested on corruption charges by the Intelligence Ministry.
A group of Hezbollah supporters attacked demonstrators protesting against Lebanon’s political elite in central Beirut late Sunday.
The Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council has made a statement that “a planned attack” on the country’s oil installations in Asaluyeh on the Persian Gulf was thwarted.
A member of Iran's parliament has harshly criticized state-controlled broadcasting for its biased coverage and neglect of public opinion.
A French naval base in Abu Dhabi will serve as the headquarters for a European-led mission to protect Gulf waters that will be operational soon.