Zarehbiin advises against excessive economic optimism, no matter who wins the election.
A viral photo doing the rounds shows a man holding the Iranian daily "Ettelaat." The paper has a big headline that says " Mahmud is Gone."
At least five people have been killed in an arson attack on a building in the southeastern Iranian city of Zahedan, where a bomb attack on a Shi'ite mosque last week left 25 people dead.
Safahatekhali asks what Iran's election vetters would have said had the Prophet Muhammad's daughter herself applied to run in the June presidential election.
Security personnel defused a homemade bomb found on an aircraft during a domestic flight in Iran, Iranian media have said, two days after a mosque bombing killed 25 people in the country's southeast.
Iran has executed in public three men convicted of involvement in a bomb attack on a mosque that killed 25 people, the official IRNA news agency reported.
St-behesht questions the pledges of reformist candidate Musavi, as well as the principles of his sympathizers.
Iran’s former President Mohammad Khatami has said that a video purportedly showing him telling a joke about Iran’s Azeri minority is a "montage" and fake.
The attack was one of the deadliest such incidents in decades in Iran, where local officials have occasionally accused Washington and its allies of operating through minorities to stir up trouble in remote border regions.
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Iran's leading moderate candidate, Mir Hossein Musavi, says he would continue talks with major powers on his country's disputed nuclear activities if he won the June presidential vote.
A bomb explosion at a mosque has killed at least 19 and wounded more than 125 worshippers near Iran's volatile border with Pakistan and Afghanistan.