Media in Iran have criticized President Ebrahim Raisi for evading significant questions during his recent televised, including on the issue of nuclear talks.
As Iran’s currency fell to its lowest exchange rate in 12 months, the head of Iran's Central Bank said foreign currency reserves had shot up over the past year.
Iran reiterated Monday that it would negotiate in Vienna only on the basis of its drafts sent to world powers, demanding first the removal of all sanctions.
In a televised talk Sunday, Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi only briefly addressed Iran's nuclear issue saying he is keenly pursuing the "lifting of sanctions".
A protester accused of shooting a Special Riot Force commander in Mahshahr, southern Iran in the nation-wide November 2019 protests has been sentenced to death.
The United States 'quietly' renewed a waiver for Iraq to buy Iranian electricity just as Iran’s nuclear talks in Vienna resumed, a conservative website has said.
Despite a decade of fighting to save the Syrian government, Iran has a small share of Syria’s trade, and might lose out to financially stronger players .
Authorities blocked access Friday to the dry riverbed in Esfahan, where those who protested the previous Friday planned to congregate at noon for prayers.
Masih Alinejad, an Iranian activist says that she would join two US Senators introducing a law named after her, aimed at Iran’s “transnational terror campaign.”
State media reported Wednesday that Iran was willing to continue nuclear talks in Vienna and would not abandon its aims to meet deadlines set by other parties.
Iran's state television Tuesday aired "confessions" of a young woman and man admitting to torching the tents of farmers protesting in Esfahan to provoke a riot.
Iranian media Tuesday was reserved, or disinterested over prospects for Iran’s resumed nuclear talks in Vienna, anxious not to sound negative or raise hopes.
Iran said Monday that the "real sides" in Vienna nuclear talks should make a deal with Tehran because the window of opportunity "will not remain open forever".
The heavy presence of financial officials in Iran's new negotiating team highlights Tehran’s focus on lifting US sanctions in talks starting in Vienna, Monday.
Hardline media in Iran claim that the United States instigated protests in Esfahan to put pressure on Tehran ahead of nuclear talks set to resume on Monday.
Protests in Esfahan Friday continued into the evening with clashes between protesters who chanted anti-regime slogans and security forces who attacked them.
Security forces in Esfahan, Iran's third largest city, blocked roads and anti-riot special forces on motorcycles attacked protesters Friday, firing tear gas.
Farmers protesting in Esfahan for water say that after midnight on Thursday security agents attacked their camp, set fire to their tents and bulldozed the scene.
The trial of ten military personnel involved in shooting down a Ukrainian airliner in 2019 began in Tehran Monday with some parents boycotting the proceedings.
Promises by the government to deliver water to Iran’s Esfahan Province amid protests are fueling regional tensions between the wealthy region and its neighbors.
Keeping pets has become a symbol of affluence in Iran, can be dangerous, and should be prohibited, a member of parliament from Esfahan province has suggested.
The flagship hardline newspaper Kayhan criticized Saturday the notion of an interim arrangement as step towards reviving Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers.
Some hardline media in Iran have called the Iran Atrocities Tribunal, held in London last week, a British stunt to shift attention from £400 million owed Iran.
Telling the truth is a crime in Iran, says journalist Mohammad Mosaed, winner of the 2020 press freedom award of the US-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).
Iran said Thursday that Canada must "stop systematic policy on killing indigenous people" after the UN passed a Canadian-sponsored resolution censuring Iran for serious rights abuses.
Iranian rights activist Narges Mohammadi said Wednesday she faces an outstanding sentence of 80 lashes and 30 months’ jail after she was arrested on Tuesday.
Kylie Moore-Gilbert, an academic previously jailed in Iran, has told the British government it should repay its £400 million debt to Iran only as humanitarian aid.
A witness in the Swedish trial of an Iranian over his alleged role in 1988 prison executions has named President Ebrahim Raisi as one of the officials directly involved in the massacre.
Iran's parliament Tuesday rejected for the second time President Ebrahim Raisi's nominee for education minister, amid a noisy rift within the hardliner camp.
Tehran and Ankara are set to agree a plan for long-term cooperation, Mevlut Cavusoglu, Turkey’s Foreign Minister told a joint press conference in Tehran Monday.
A hardline member of Iran's parliament has tried to deny a report that he had bragged about killing protesters in 2019 and saying no one would arrest him.
Iran's parliament on Sunday delayed a bill that would eliminate a huge government subsidy for essential goods which weighs heavily on Iran’s depleted reserves.
An expert witness testified at the Iran Atrocities Tribunal in London Saturday that a crime against humanity was committed during protests in November 2019.
After a claim Friday that $3.5 billion of Iran's frozen funds had been freed, an IRGC newspaper bumped the figure to $4 billion, as a sign of Tehran's victory.
Hundreds of residents of Esfahan joined farmers protesting against water shortage and the drying up of the river, Zayandeh Roud, that flows through the city.
Ahead of new talks with world powers in Vienna, Iran’s top nuclear negotiator has reiterated that lifting of US sanctions will be the focus of the negotiations.
The second day of the ‘Iran Atrocities Tribunal’ continued Thursday with oral testimonies from anonymous witnesses, including a former police officer and two protesters.
A prominent doctor warned Thursday that new legislation designed to boost population growth in Iran would increase sexually transmitted disease by restricting access to condoms.
Rights activists say the Iran Atrocities Tribunal is meant to bring the people's voice to the world and to make Islamic Republic authorities accountable.
On the eve of the second anniversary of Iran’s November 2019 protests, a People's Tribunal organized by human rights advocates has opened in London Wednesday.
With Iran’s nuclear issue “resolved by the 2015 agreement” only lifting US sanctions needs to be agreed when talks resume in Vienna, Iran’s top negotiator says.
Ali Bagheri-Kani, Iran's leading nuclear envoy, confirmed Monday he will be meeting European diplomats in preparation for resumed talks in Vienna November 29.
Iran's media watchdog has banned a newspaper after it published a frontpage graphic showing Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei's left hand drawing a “poverty line.”
Iran and African countries have remained silent about Israeli media claims that Mossad had foiled Iranian plots to “target” Israeli nationals or Jews in Africa.
France is taking the role of “bad cop” in the run-up to Iran’s nuclear talks with world powers November 29, several media outlets in Iran said this week.
Critics blame Iran's development model, or lack of one, in the past few decades and unbalanced sectoral growth for much of the water crisis the in the country.
Ahmad Alamolhoda, the Friday prayer leader in Mashhad gave a colorful account to worshippers of an alleged US attempt to "steal" Iranian oil in the Sea of Oman.
Saudi Arabia’s interest in improving relations with Iran is diminishing, according to a member of the Iranian parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee.
The United States has not “learned a lesson” from the seizure of its embassy in Tehran in 1979, the commander of Iran’s IRGC said on the event's anniversary.
An influential conservative lawmaker in Iran criticized Tuesday what he alleged was excessive influence of the son-in-law of President Ebrahim Raisi (Raeesi).
Iranian newspapers launched savage attacks Tuesday on the South Korean ambassador after he visited a private hospital Sunday and donated 2,000 Covid masks.