Heavy smog has caused Tehran officials to order the closure of dozens of schools and suspend outdoor sporting activities in the Iranian capital.
A relief official in Iran contradicts President Hassan Rouhani's latest claim that there is no absolute poverty in Iran.
The United States' chief diplomat for Iran has characterized the September missile and drone attack on Saudi Arabia's Aramco oil installations as "an act of war by Iran."
Iran's telecommunications minister announced on Sunday that the country has defused a second cyberattack in less than a week.
An award-winning Iranian novelist, Roqiyeh (Roghieh) Kabiri has declined a prize to protest deadly suppression of protesters in Iran in November that left hundreds dead.
Tehran Chamber of Commerce (TCC) in a report has said that Iran’s non-oil exports have declined eleven percent from March to November compared with same period last year.
Several thousand supporters of one of the most powerful pro-Iranian armed groups in Iraq marched through Baghdad on Saturday, trampling on giant US flags after Washington slapped sanctions on their leader.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has warned Iran of a "decisive" response if U.S. interests are harmed in Iraq following rocket attacks on bases used by U.S. troops.
A hardliner ayatollah in Iran warns not to let foreigners and "problematic people" to take advantage of parliamentary elections and penetrate the Islamic Republic.
Saudi Arabia may be mulling the idea of improving in relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran and other regional players including Qatar.
An Iranian lawmaker says not approving international financial conventions will hurt the country's economy even more.
Branch 28 of Tehran’s Revolutionary Court has sentenced a civic activist and a labor activist to five-year prison terms each