Iran's security forces will stop opposition supporters using the Iranian new year in March to stage more anti-government protests, a leading judicial official said.
Iran could make European countries suffer by cutting off energy supplies and can target any adversary with its missiles, a senior Iranian military official said.
Musavi's statements, his first extensive comments since opposition street protesters were beaten back with tear gas and police batons on February 11, came in an interview posted to his "Kaleme" website.
Israel's perspective on Iran's nuclear program differs from that of the United States and the two may part ways on what action to take, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has said.
A small group of reformist members of Iran's parliament want the government to release imprisoned journalists and political activists before the Persian New Year on March 21, RFE/RL's Radio Farda reports.
Blogger and lawyer Mohammad Mostafaei complains about Internet censorship.
Iran's supreme leader has repeatedly emphasized the peaceful nature of the nuclear program. Such official declarations appear to fall within an old tradition of dissimulation.
Ebrahim Yazdi, the imprisoned secretary-general of the Freedom Movement of Iran, has been released from prison and taken to a hospital for heart surgery.
Washington has rejected accusations by Iran of U.S. backing for a Sunni Muslim rebel group whose leader was arrested in Iran this week.
Mansour Osanlou, the leader of Tehran's municipal bus service union, was reportedly assaulted by an inmate in an Iranian prison, RFE/RL's Radio Farda reports.
An Iranian journalist who writes for a reformist daily has been detained and taken to Tehran's Evin prison, her sister said.
Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, the highest Shi'ite authority, doesn't issue political or legal orders, he just gives advice. But many Shi'a in Iraq and Iran follow him -- and not because he is an official "supreme leader."