As U.S. oil sanctions come into play, oil prices are declining, putting Iran in a tougher situation.
The head of Denmark's security service said on Tuesday he suspected an Iranian intelligence service had attempted to carry out an attack on an individual in Denmark.
Another young woman who took off her headscarf on Monday, October 29, to protest compulsory hijab in Tehran, has been arrested by police, social media reports say.
The inflation rate in Iran reached 15.9 percent in October, the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) reported one week before the second round of US sanctions that target Iran's international banking and oil export.
In an effort to counter U.S. sanctions on its oil exports, Iran offered its first oil cargo in Tehran’s energy stock exchange to “private companies”.
The Iranian government continues stands accused of sending members of its Afghan minority to Syria as part of the country’s military operations.
Iran is under pressure in Iraq as U.S. and its Gulf allies keep their pressure on Tehran.
One of Iran's president Hassan Rouhani's ministers has attacked his policies, saying he made strategic mistakes.
A pilgrimage supported by Iran and intended to rival the Hajj gathers millions of Shiites in Iraq this coming weekend.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) withdrew as shareholder from the Iranian Telecommunications Company and a major cell phone operator company on October 24.
As Iran's currency remains very weak, authorities resort to arresting currency traders.