With a cold spell gripping Iran this week, shortages of natural gas have become acute and power stations are burning more dirty fuels, feeding air pollution.
Dismissal of two professors from two of Iran’s top universities has created controversy, evoking memories of purging independent-minded academics in the past.
The spokesman for Iran's police says salaries of police officers have increased several times in the current Iranian year, describing their living conditions as a major concern.
Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei's representative in Alborz province says President Ebrahim Raisi will offer Islamic prayers at the White House someday.
Iranian hardliner cleric Ahmad Alamolhoda says women with loose-fitting hijab should not feel secure in public, urging people to express hatred towards them.
Iran says all the expats who haven’t served their compulsory conscription can pay €15,000 ($17,000) to buy their freedom from military service.
Flights by a sanctioned Iranian airline affiliated to the Revolutionary Guard to Myanmar have raised speculation of secretive military-to-military cooperation.
Nizar Zakka, a Lebanese a former hostage in Iran, has joined other rights activists protesting at the venue of nuclear talks between Tehran and world powers in Vienna.
Iran, China and Russia held their third joint naval drills in the northern Indian Ocean on Friday, amid Tehran’s push to expand ties with the two Asian powers.
Facebook parent Meta Platforms removed a network of fake accounts that originated in Iran and targeted Instagram users in Scotland with content supporting Scottish independence, the company said on Thursday.
The UN General Assembly on Thursday agreed on a definition of denial of the Holocaust and urged social media companies "to take active measures" to combat antisemitism.