In an official tweet on December 2, the Islamic Republic embassy in the U.K. denied that Tehran's ambassador to London has ever been a "menace" to any journalist.
The Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs has officially called on Iran to explain the killing of a number of Afghan citizens by Iranian security forces in the course of the protests in November.
A commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards claimed that a number of "rioters" who were arrested in the recent protests have "confessed to connections with Israel".
Iran's vice president said on December 2 that even friendly countries refuse to buy Iranian oil, fearing U.S. retaliation.
Argentinian diplomat Rafael Grossi has been sworn in as the new director-general of the UN's nuclear watchdog, amid growing tensions over Iran's nuclear program.
The governor of a township near Tehran claimed responsibility for ordering security forces to open fire on protesters who had invaded the governor's building.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday denounced six new European members of a barter mechanism with Iran, saying it encouraged Tehran's repression of protests.
Police in Iraq’s mostly Shi’ite southern city of Najaf say antigovernment protesters have set fire to the Iranian Consulate in the restive city for the second time in a week.
The Syndicate of Tehran Bus Company Workers has condemned the "massacre and bloody suppression" of people protesting a three-fold increase in gasoline prices.
Iran's first “mega investment fund” with an initial capital of 6,5 trillion rials (about $54 million) was launched on Sunday to help the economy cope with U.S. sanctions
The Islamic Republic Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization (HPO) has invited Iranian Shi'ites to register for traveling to Syria after years of civil war in the country.
The latest figures published by China’s customs show trade with Iran in October dropped to its lowest level in a decade.