The reporters are reportedly accused of cooperating with "anti-revolutionary" Persian-language media organizations based outside of Iran.
The French military says its troops have entered the historic city of Timbuktu in northern Mali after seizing the airport overnight.
World Jewish groups have denounced plans by Argentina and Iran to form a commission to investigate the deadly 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish community center.
A spokeswoman for Ukraine's state oil and gas company, Naftohaz, told journalists on January 28 that Russia's Gazprom has demanded that Kyiv pay $7 billion for using less gas than promised.
Interior Ministry officials in the Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria in Russia's volatile North Caucasus say a police colonel was killed by an unknown assailant.
Six suspected members of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) have been arrested in the south of Tajikistan.
Global powers have asked Iran to meet in February to discuss its nuclear program.
President Vladimir Putin has replaced the president of Russia's North Caucasus Republic of Daghestan.
Members of four factions in Russia's State Duma have acknowledged a prominent foreign-born journalist's apology and agreed not to push a draft law to ban foreign nationals from working in state-run media.
A statement issued by the Iranian Defense Ministry's aerospace department on January 28 said that Iran had "successfully launched a capsule, code-named Pishgam ("Pioneer"), that contained a monkey."
An arrest warrant has been issued for Bergei Rysqaliev, the former governor of Kazakhstan's western Atyrau Province.
Afghan and Pakistani defense officials are discussing bilateral military cooperation, including the prospects of having the Afghan National Army trained by Pakistani military specialists.