Iran has moved a stock of enriched uranium back underground after drawing what it needed to refine the material up to 20 percent purity, Tehran's envoy to the UN nuclear watchdog has said.
Iran reopened its border with Pakistan for trade today more than four months after it closed the frontier following a bombing in southeastern Iran that killed 42 people, a Pakistani official said.
Iran is ready to continue its cooperation with the United Nations atomic energy agency over its nuclear program, Iranian Foreign Minister Manuchehr Mottaki said today.
Faezeh Hashemi, a former lawmaker and the daughter of Iran’s former President Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, has said that her father is a member of the opposition movement.
Hard-line blogger Mahdyar Basiji believes that "the sedition" -- a term hard-liners use to describe the Green opposition movement -- is not over.
Iranian authorities banned a moderate weekly magazine today, semi-official news agency Fars reported, a day after the release of six detained journalists.
The commander of Iran’s Basij force, Mohammad Reza Naghdi, has said that if U.S President Barack Obama visits Iran, he will confess to “his mistakes” as did Abdolmalek Rigi, the recently captured head of the rebel Sunni group Jundollah.
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.