Iran’s oil output has plummeted to a record low since 1990 in May as a result of U.S. sanctions, Bloomberg reported on Monday June 3.
During his state visit to Britain, U.S. President Donald Trump said that Washington and London are "determined to ensure" Iran does not develop nuclear weapons and stops supporting terrorism.
A Russian official has denied a deal between Moscow and Washington over putting an end to Iran's presence in Syria in return for the recognition of Bashar Assad's regime by the United States.
The U.S. has received evidence from Mossad, Israel’s secret service, linking Iran to the sabotage of four oil tankers off the coast of the United Arab Emirates last month.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has accused the Syrian-Russian "military alliance" of using a "cocktail of internationally banned and indiscriminate weapons" in attacks on civilians in northwestern Syria.
The lawyer for a Lebanese man held in Iran since 2015 said Monday that his client will be released in the "next few days."
The Israeli army on Monday showed the inside of a sophisticated tunnel passing deep underground from Lebanon into northern Israel, saying it was intended for use by Lebanese Hezbollah militants.
Amnesty International has blasted the Iranian authorities for handing down a reported 30-year prison sentence and 111 lashes to a human rights lawyer, calling it an "outrageous injustice."
Syrian state media said government air defenses responded to an act of "aggression" by Israel against an air base in the central Homs Province.
Qatar's foreign minister said on Sunday that Doha rejected the outcome of the recent Mecca talks on mounting regional tensions with Iran as it had not been properly consulted.
A member of Shiraz city council in Iran was taken from his home to prison to serve a one-year sentence Sunday June 2, his wife said in a tweet.
Iran’s water management authority says that after a season of heavy rains and weeks of flooding, 82 percent of the country’s dam capacity is full.