Iran’s former hardline President Mahmud Ahmadinejad says it was his “agile foreign policy” that led the Obama administration to begin negotiating with Iran over its nuclear program.
More than $59 billion has left Iran during last two years, Islamic Parliament Research Center (IPRC) has disclosed.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel is prepared to hit Iran anywhere in Syria.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has distanced himself from Iran’s hardline Judiciary and “politically biased” state TV, most likely because of harsh criticism by regime insiders and increasing public dissatisfaction.
Paying homage to a pre-revolution superstar in Tehran turned into a large and noisy protest against the ruling establishment on Sunday, May 27.
The secretary of the Islamic Republic’s Supreme Security Council has reiterated that Iran’s military presence in Syria, its regional policies and missile program will continue and are non-negotiable.
Iran's foreign minister has said the details concerning the implementation of EU proposals for keeping Tehran committed to JCPOA, or Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers, are not yet clear.
A statement released by London-based human rights watchdog Amnesty International on Friday May 25 has disclosed serious abuse of female prisoners at a prison in the outskirts of Tehran.
Vigilante groups in Tehran have disrupted reformist National Trust Party congress Friday, May 25, to prevent the reinstating of Mehdi Karroubi, as the party’s leader.
As truckers went on strike in parts of Iran, the government responded with concern and met one of their main demands.