Israeli media have quoted a senior security official as saying that three separate Iranian squads were operating in Turkey, trying to attack Israeli ciizens.
Advocacy group United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) says two Iranian tankers are unloading their cargoes at the Baniyas Single Buoy Mooring (SBM) and a third is on its way to the port.
One of the suspects who was arrested in relation to the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh has been freed on a bail of 250 billion rials (over $830 thousand).
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says Russian President Vladimir Putin will certainly visit Iran at some point, but the exact date of this visit is yet unknown.
The governor of the southwestern city of Shiraz says several people have been arrested following the release of a video showing a gathering of teenagers who were not observing compulsory hijab.
Former US Vice President Mike Pence has visited the camp in Albania of the Iranian Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), denouncing the Iranian regime for its “brutality.”
The Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs has advised its citizens against traveling to the Islamic Republic of Iran due to the security risks to foreigners.
According to an annual report from the Economist, Tehran is among the bottom ten cities in the ranking of 173 cities in terms of the Global Liveability Index.
About two weeks after the mass resignation of the Sadrist bloc, Iraq's parliament swore in dozens of new lawmakers on Thursday, giving majority to Iran-backed politicians in the assembly.
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett says the Islamic Republic will pay the price of targeting and threatening Israel on its own territory, implicitly confirming Israel’s role in the assassinations of IRGC officers.
Iran’s Martyrs Foundation has confirmed several cases of embezzlement in the institution, saying only in one of insatnce the amount was about $200 million.