Regional and Western countries are moving to build closer cooperation with Iraq as a measure to curb the influence of the Islamic Republic in economy and politics of its neighboring country.
Iranians and activists in different European and American cities once again held rallies demanding international support for the uprising in Iran and designating the Revolutionary Guard as terrorist.
As regional and Western countries are bolstering their ties over Iraq, US President Joe Biden Thursday talked with Prime Minister Mohammed Shia’ al-Sudani.
French President Emmanuel Macron has expressed concern over the progress of Iran’s nuclear program, warning of consequences for Theran if it continues its atomic project.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will discuss Iran with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris during his first foreign trip after regaining office.
Azerbaijan’s foreign ministry has announced that 39 people were arrested in connection to an Iranian "espionage network" after previous reports saying that seven suspects were detained.
Chairman of the Chiefs of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces has called for expansion of ties with North Korea to confront any move that disrupts global security.
Pakistani media report that Tehran has warned Islamabad to construct its portion of the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline until March 2024 or pay a penalty of $18 billion.
An Iranian lawmaker has threatened that if the Taliban do not release the Hirmand river water into Iran, all Afghan nationals will be expelled from bordering province.
About a month after France called for curbing the Islamic Republic’s influence in Iraq, Paris and Baghdad have signed a strategic cooperation agreement.
France says the Islamic Republic must release the Franco-Irish citizen Bernard Phelan immediately and provide him access to urgent medical care.