Iran International has obtained information that reveals corruption in salary payments to proxy militia fighters in regional countries by their Revolutionary Guard handlers.
Iranian hardliner politician Ahmad Tavakkoli has rebuked the government for its plan to liquidate public assets with no supervision or a clear process.
State firms from Iran and Venezuela will start in the coming weeks a revamp of the South American nation's largest refining complex to restore its crude distillation capacity.
Washington has imposed new restrictions on dollar transfers to Iraq as the Arab country’s banking officials believe there is widespread money laundering sending funds to Iran and Syria.
While the food prices in Iran are soaring, reports say many are facing malnutrition and lawmakers have also predicted a 60% inflation for the next Iranian year which begins in March.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.9 hit northwest Iran near the border with Turkey on Saturday, killing at least three people and injuring over 800.
Iranian state media say a Tanzanian-registered cargo ship has sunk Tuesday at a dock in the southern Iranian port of Assaluyeh on the Persian Gulf.
A member of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce says that the scope of US sanctions has been extended to friendly countries, including China, the UAE, and Iraq.
Iran’s government pumped $305 million into the currency market over two days, after the currency, rial, fell to a historic low of 450,000 against the US dollar.
Panama’s shipping registry says it has withdrawn its flag from 136 vessels linked to Islamic Republic in the last four years, denying claims it is knowingly helping Iran violate sanctions.
Amid natural gas shortage in Iran due to the government inability to invest in production, a new wave of strikes by oil and gas industry workers has kicked off in the country.