Russian state nuclear company Rosatom has suspended work on modernizing a unit of Iran's Fordow nuclear complex due to an issue with uranium compatibility, Rosatom's nuclear fuel cycle unit TVEL said on December 5.
Iranian labor unions and activists December 5 called for two mourning days for those killed in November protests.
Iran’s currency rial lost more value Wednesday against major currencies reaching a low of 130,100 against the U.S. dollar.
France, Germany and the United Kingdom say Iran has developed nuclear-capable ballistic missiles, which goes against a U.N. Security Council call on Tehran not to undertake any activity related to such missiles.
An American-Iranian anti-hijab activist, Masih Alinejad has filed a lawsuit against the Islamic Republic Judiciary and its Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, as well as the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).
The son of Iranian Supreme Leader’s representative in Manchester has been selected by Liberal Democrats as a candidate to run for a seat in the British parliament.
The Pentagon has denied a Wall Street Journal Report saying the U.S. is planning to send 14,000 more troops to the Middle East.
Radio Farda's investigations confirm that the number of underage victims of recent protests in Iran has risen to eighteen.
A U.S. Navy warship has seized a “significant cache” of suspected Iranian guided missile parts headed to rebels in Yemen.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is heading to Portugal to meet with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and call for increased pressure on Iran.
A U.S. Senate Human Rights Caucus panel discussed human rights in Iran and the imprisonment of dual nationals.
Intelligence gathered by the United States during November points to a potential threat from Iran to U.S. forces and American interests in the Middle East