The opposition website "Rahesabz" has posted a picture of the staff of the reformist "Etemad" daily flashing the "V" sign following the closure of the newspaper on March 1. “Etemad” has been accused of breaching the country’s media laws.
Iranian women rights activists have produced a video montage to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8.
China today insisted there is still room for talks to resolve the standoff over Iran's nuclear program.
Two Afghans and an Iranian are among this year's winners of the U.S. government's International Women of Courage Award.
Reports say Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi has been arrested at his house and transferred to an unknown location.
The new UN nuclear agency chief said his report Iran could be trying to develop a nuclear-armed missile was factual and impartial, rejecting Iranian suggestions he was biased towards Western powers.
Families of U.S. Marines killed in a 1983 bombing in Lebanon demanded ownership of a New York skyscraper that U.S. prosecutors say is owned by companies illegally funneling money to Iran.
President Dmitry Medvedev says Russia is ready to consider backing "smart" sanctions against Iran over Tehran's nuclear program.
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.