Iraqi protesters have set fire to Iran's Consulate in the southern city of Najaf, reports say.
Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan Omar has denied being a Qatari asset and passing sensitive information through intermediaries to Iran, her office told The Jerusalem Post on Tuesday.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani tried to distance himself from a controversial move that led to days of widespread protests in Iran and the death of more than 140 protesters.
Iran is struggling to contain and clean up a 12-mile-long oil leak in the Persian Gulf near Kharq Island.
A member of Iranian parliament’s Commission on National Security and Foreign Policy has said “more than 7,000 people” were arrested during recent protests.
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.