Iranian social media users pushed the hashtag created in support of Kurdish tansborder porters (kolbar) to the top of trending hashtags in Persian on August 2.
Iran and South Korea have decided to set up a working group to facilitate sale of medical supplies to Tehran, using oil money Seoul owes.
the U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on August 2 said the United States will apply all sanctions on Iran to China if $400 billion trade deal is signed.
The Islamic Republic’s foreign ministry on Sunday, August 2 sanctioned Richard Goldberg, a member of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies in Washington D.C.
Contradictory information from Iranian sources about the "arrest" or "abduction" of an individual said to be a monarchist "terrorist".
Iranian parliament's budget committee defended its decision to appoint a controversial figure as head of its Supreme Court of Audit.
A trade official in Iran says Russian and Chinese banks refuse to do business with the country because of fears of money laundering.
Media in Iran quote the brother of a notorious judge who died in Romanian as saying that the family is unable to identify the body.
A top health official in Iran's capital warns that the country should have better management of the pandemic instead of deploying slogans.
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".