Iran First Vice President says oil exports have hugely dropped. There will be a huge budget deficiency if Iran is not able to expert one million barrels a day next year.
A group of 150 Iranian doctors have lashed out at the government's "adventurism", leading to domestic difficulties and isolation.
Spokesperson of Iran’s presidential administration denied reports about the First Vice President suggesting resignation to President Hassan Rouhani.
Iran's Intelligence Ministry is suing a lawmaker who has criticized them for using forced confessions from suspects.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani is finalizing with Japan a visit to Tokyo, officials in Tehran said Monday, in what will be the first such trip in two decades.
A member of Tehran’s Chamber of Commerce said a few American drug companies have obtained permission from the U.S. government to export medicines to Iran.
At least 304 people were killed in Iran during a three-day crackdown against protests across the country in November, according to a new Amnesty International toll.
Talks between Saudi Arabia and Qatar to heal their two-year rift are a good development for the whole Gulf region, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Sunday in Doha.
California police are investigating the vandalism of an Iranian Jewish community place of worship in Beverly Hills.
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."