A London court has ordered Iran's state-run Press TV to pay 338,000 pounds ($435,000) in libel damages to a member of the British Parliament.
Iran on May 3 reacted to a rare televised interview by Saudi Arabia's deputy crown prince, accusing him of stoking tensions in the region with a "destructive" statement ruling out dialogue with Tehran.
Rescuers searched a damaged Iranian coal mine for a second day on May 4 as hopes of finding survivors faded following a blast, with the labor minister saying the death toll had risen to 35.
Conservative MP Javad Karimi-Ghodousi has added three new names to his list of alleged Iranian “nuclear spies.” These spies are on the run, according to the MP.
Iran will continue providing military assistance to Syria despite the death of more than a thousand Iranian fighters in the conflict, a senior commander in Iran's Revolutionary Guards said on May 2.
Iranian state media report that at least 35 workers have been killed in an underground coal mine explosion in northern Iran.