The Head of Isfahan Justice Department on July 31 said the news about the execution of the death sentences of five prisoners was "fundamentally untrue".
Documents provided to BBC Persian put Iran's coronavirus death toll from February to July 21 at 42,000, three times more than the official figure of 14,634.
An anchor of Iran's state-run television (IRIB) in a news program on Friday dubbed the former U.S. President Barack Obama "the seemingly black former President of the United States".
The U.S. Navy has mocked the Islamic Republic for making a replica of an American aircraft carrier and using it for target practice in the Persian Gulf.
The U.S National Security Council says the policy of adding to sanctions on Iran will continue until the Iranian regime “ceases to pose a threat to international peace and Security.”
A key lawmaker in Iran says investigation has ruled out an attack as the cause of a July 2 explosion and fire in the uranium enrichment facility at Natanz.
The Iraq-Based Grand Ayatollah Sistani has advised his followers to partake in Muharram ceremonies through online and television programs.
A Judiciary official has said that jailed Australian-British citizen Kylie Moore-Gilbert will be visited by the Australian ambassador to Tehran on Sunday.
A large fire broke out in a commercial area in Tehran housing depots of manufactured goods.
Iran is recruiting 10,000 new health workers as 6,000 existing staff have contracted the coronavirus and 140 have died.
The United States has expanded sanctions against Iran’s metals industry, adding 22 materials to the U.S. sanctions regime, a move that allows Washington to blacklist any company or entity that transfers the materials to Iran.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said if the UN arms embargo is not renewed Washington will seek snapback of nuclear sanctions.