Iranian search and rescue teams have reached the site of the plane crash that authorities say killed all 65 people on board, Iran's Press TV reported on February 19.
Sharp and often fierce rhetoric permeated this year's Munich Security Conference, which asked participants if the world could manage to step back from the brink.
One of the most recognized symbols of Iran's pre-Islamic past is at the center of a debate about seemingly ubiquitous Shi'ite shrines.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Iran represents the "greatest threat to our world," urging the international community to confront a "regime" in Tehran that "threatens peace."
Authorities in Iran have suspended efforts to reach the site of a crashed passenger airliner because of high winds, snow, and darkness.
The United States, Britain, and France are pushing the United Nations Security Council to condemn Iran for failing to prevent its missiles from falling into the hands of Huthi rebels in Yemen.
The Swedish Foreign Ministry On February 17 confirmed that it has granted citizenship to a Stockholm-based scientist who is being held in Iran and faces a death sentence.
Iran is creating and arming a powerful network of proxies in countries like Syria, Yemen, and Iraq, U.S. national security adviser H.R. McMaster said on February 17.
Iran and India have vowed to step up cooperation to restore peace and stability in war-wracked Afghanistan.
A woman has been arrested in Iran after peacefully protesting against compulsory veiling, the latest such incident in recent months.
The U.S. State Department late on February 15 called on Iran to release three opposition leaders who have been under house arrest for seven years.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley says it is "time for the Security Council to act" following the release of a UN report finding that Iran violated a UN arms embargo on Yemen's Huthi rebels.