Iran's state media have said that a cyberattack caused massive disruption at gas stations across the country on Tuesday, as special smart cards stopped working.
Iranian state TV's clip of one military officer slapping another during a public ceremony led to a deluge of speculation, theorizing, cheers, and condemnation.
In a rare admission the speaker of Iran’s parliament said Monday, “We could not accomplish anything” with 80 percent of the economy dominated by the government.
Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi has made enough gaffes in just two months to be advised by a newspaper to seriously consider prevention and damage control.
An alleged birthday party for EU envoy, Enrique Mora, who recently traveled to Tehran to discuss the nuclear talks, has led to controversy in the Iranian media.
President Ebrahim Raisi should tell the truth to the people instead of giving "formal" television interviews, a well-known conservative newspaper has said.
President Ebrahim Raisi in an interview on Monday insisted the government could phase out cheap dollars for selected imports without "a shock to the market."
For the second time since taking office, President Ebrahim Raisi gave a televised interview Monday to explain how he wants to tackle Iran's economic crisis.
Many ordinary Iranians will mark the Day of Cyrus the Great on October 29, which can turn into a politicized event the Islamic government might try to prevent.
Iran's cultural heritage minister, denied Sunday there was any plan to dig agricultural wells near the tomb of Cyrus the Great in the ancient Achaemenid site, Pasargadae.